Dark Soho ‎– Combustion

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1 The New Age 7:20
2 Dark Moon In Stonehenge 8:22
3 The 14th 8:01
4 Kerbaros 7:39
5 Noise 6 6:38
6 Combustion 7:06
7 Save Me God (Rmx) 7:41
8 The - H 8:35
9 My Wish 5:37
Video Uine Sarcoma (Rmx) 6:20

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℗ & © Alchemy Records 2002

This release is packaged in a Digipak.
It contains a QuickTime video for "Uine Sarcoma (Rmx)."

Total duration: 77:14.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5036098003185
  • Barcode (Text): 5 036098 003185
  • Matrix / Runout: 99330 RO ALCD005
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L622


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November 16, 2012
Believe it or not a good many years back i was given a CD as a freebie by a lass named Becs .Which on the CD was written Dark soho - Combustion which only the first track i believe was by them .. as vocal number yet the rest was made up of infected mushroom , freq jumaji and various other tracks .. , Alchemy recs 2002 was also written on the CD

February 23, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
Can't really add anything which hasn't already been said. It's a great album, fairly diverse range of effects used and still has the killer basslines from their first album. Whereas the first album had reasonably long (1-2 min) intros, this album doesn't seem to hang around much before dropping you in head first. Instant gratification :)

August 23, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
...the previous contributors have yet to mention Dark Soho's melodic, beautiful and tender side. "My Wish" shows that the boys of Dark Soho don't just keep to their unique and malicious style, they are willing to experiment and create more than just aggression. "My Wish" is truly one of the most beutiful Psytrance-produced tracks I have yet heard...




August 16, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

The other one of the records most likely to drive you closer to committing suicide.. the other is, not surprisingly Dark Soho's Sun spot.. very dark and innovative, huge bassline and wicked melodies. Highly recommended to anyone who doesn't really know what to listen to. Certainly deserves my 5/5.


November 23, 2003

This is a perfect example of what happens when metalheads start making Psytrance. The influences of the heavy metal days of Boxer, Zeev and Rizo are so obvious but never interfere with the amazing trip this music takes you on. Recommended for old those old punks and guitar-lovers who think Trance and Dance are too soft to be be taken seriously...


August 6, 2003

Ever wondered how Psytrance sounds when it is fused with Industrial and Gothic? This is the best example. This album is strongly melodic, psychedelic and powerful (a.k.a. israeli trance) but you can also hear well placed elements from Heavy Metal, Gothic and EBM and it is generally dark and/or agressive in tone.