Hallucinogen ‎– In Dub

Twisted Records ‎– TWSCD16
CD, Album, Mixed

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℗ 2002 Twisted Records Ltd.
© 2002 Twisted Records Ltd.

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  • Barcode: 630883003326
  • Label Code: LC 02112
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS TWSCD16 01 6
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M & L
  • Matrix / Runout: A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04F1

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TWSCD16 Hallucinogen In Dub(CD, Album, Mixed, Unofficial) Twisted Records (4) TWSCD16 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
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TWSCD16 Hallucinogen In Dub(CD, Album, Mixed, RP) Twisted Records TWSCD16 UK 2010 Sell This Version


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August 13, 2015

I would consider this album to be of Ott rather than Hallucinogen. This almost all the material used from the original tracks are few samples (what are anyway used by Simon Posford from the other sources) and even fewer musical passages. Anything else is pure Ott, without Simon.

... and this is my favorite alvum from Ott!


July 20, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
is album prove the music genius they are simon & ott"!! all the tunes are powerfull and take to the limit of psybient, with amazing armonies and creative baslines, for me the best tune in here has to be L.S.D. ('World Sheet Of Closed String' Mix) OMG!! is so perfect, this tune take me to another dimension and always cheer me up !!


July 3, 2013

This is one of the most essential albums in my collection. Hearing this for the first time turned me on to a world of psy-chill/dub that I never really knew existed before, with special mention going to Ott, Younger Brother, Shpongle, Androcell, and so on. Having been a casual fan of goa for a while, I was curious to hear how a producer could take that style and turn it into dub/downtempo -- much to my surprise, every track was an absolute gem. My favourites are the re-works of "Solstice," "Gamma Goblins" and "LSD," but every piece here features enough variety and wonderful sounds, melodies and basslines to make it worth many repeat listens. Recommended in the highest terms.


November 20, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

I have to admit I am not much of a goa or psy listener, but between the two, I lean heavily towards the former. I did not like this one very much. Most of the album sounded like very unimaginative trip-hop, and the tracks were overcrowded and too busy (like most psy, incidentally).


July 11, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

I think its a misconception to think of this release as a remix cd. Hallucinogen - In Dub, the name says it all, is in my opinion a dub, down-tempo re-interpretation of Hallucinogen's classical Goa soundscape, which is quite an ambitious task considering the classical status of his trance albums. But with Ott joining on to the project with Simon it's bound to hit the mark, smash it and recreate it with new structures of sonic brilliance.

Deep sonic soundscapes mingle with dub basslines to create massive moments. Nostalgic moments from Hallucinogen's trance tunes come back to me but in a warm, lush, dubby melodies. Ideal for listening after you've listened to a Hallucinogen CD, it will feel like an extension of the trip on the dance floor. A magical journey built on the moods and concepts of previous works to perfectly complement each other into another whole.

A must have if you like Shpongle and the rest.


December 9, 2003
The original album may be a standard in goatrance, I never really liked the over-produced sounds of Hallucinogen.

This however is something completely different. A wonderfull journey into the realms of psychedelic dub with a sublime production. Couldn't live without it.


May 23, 2003

This has to be one of my favourite CDs in my collection, both Simon Posford and Ott are musical geniuses in my opinion.
Every track is a masterpiece but my favourites have to be the remixes of Angelic Particles and Solstice.


March 3, 2003

From the opening synth line this album fluants the twisting turning psychedelic sounds that have made me love so much of Simon Posford's music. He is without a doubt my favorite sound designer. The tracks are all remixes of his older psy-trance tunes but toned down to dub style downtempo complete with smooth, strong bass lines and rhythm guitar hits typical of reaggea and dub. If you are a dub enthusiast you might not like this as much as king tuby or the icebreakers but it's a solid introduction to the more psychedelic electronic genres and highly recomended. If you are a hard core trance freak that doesn't like anything mellower than 140 bpm this might not be the album you're looking for. If you just love psychedelic music and sounds than you have no excuse not to own this album or at least check it out. My favorite tracks are the first three: Mi-loony-Um (I hated the trance version of this), Solstice, and Gamma Goblins (these three tracks also vary the most from the originals).