Double Dragon ‎– Continuum

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Phantasm Records ‎– PTM CD 143
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Tracklist

1 Pulsating Thing 8:17
2 Deep Thought 8:16
3 Black Project 8:38
4 Hairy Liquid 7:21
5 W.O.R.M. 6:56
6 Encrusted Filth 7:47
7 Soft Machine 9:36
8 Spiked 8:23

Credits

Notes

Written and produced in Tokyo 1999/2000.
Comes in Digipak.
Total time: 65:18

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5027679014324

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Double Dragon Continuum Re-mastered And Extended(10xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 160) Not On Label (Double Dragon Self-released) none Japan 2010
PTMLP143, PTM 143 Double Dragon Continuum(2xLP, Album) Phantasm Records, Phantasm Records PTMLP143, PTM 143 UK 2000 Sell This Version
none Double Dragon Continuum(10xFile, FLAC, Album, RM) Not On Label none Japan 2013

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clockwork30

clockwork30

November 17, 2017
A stellar album if you ask me. But yes the listener must give total attention and multiple listens to really appreciate the artistry behind each track. Your head will be shaking with madness when you reach the end of this album . Steve Good is an electronic genius and this is not Full On nor Progressive, this is Psy Trance at its best, breaking and melting boundaries.5/5.
P.S- I really wish he had released more albums.
Joseph_S

Joseph_S

September 23, 2014
I only have the free remastered digital version of this album and what can I say, it's one of the best psychedelic trance albums ever. Is it Progressive or Full-On? You decide, tracks seem to hit both facets without being too much of it all time. And the attention to the detail is amazing, there is so much going in each track. It's very 2000ish but still sounds fresh if you ask me.

How and why this album is so underhyped (yet quite reasonably rated) is a mystery.
foliolio

foliolio

October 17, 2007

One of the most underhyped psychedelic albums ever. (Notice, I don't claim it to be underrated since practically everybody who has it rates it.) Pure brilliance from start to finish. Somehow I tend to draw parallels between this album and Planet BEN's equally superb "Trippy Future Garden". Both are atmospheric, groovy and psychedelic as hell. Less is not often more but here it rings true as Double Dragon wipes the floor with 99.9% of the so-called "psychedelic" melodic albums. My favourites: track 2 (grooovyyyyy, shake your arse) and track 6 (which proves that these guys can do full-on the right way). Great, great, great. If you find this somewhere, do not hesistate.