The Infinity Project ‎– Mystical Experiences

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Blue Room Released ‎– BR005LP
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Tracklist

A1 When Sound Becomes Colour 6:14
A2 Mystical Experiences 10:34
B1 The Answer 10:35
B2 High Insert 0:06
B3 Morfioso 4:54
B4 Flute Line 2:21
C1 Flying 6:21
C2 Blue Aura 3:19
C3 Alien Patrol 6:24
D1 Under The Overtones 19:58
D2 Blue Aura (Weird Meeting) 2:38

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Recorded at Hallucinogen Studio Battersea.
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Mystical Experiences, T.I.P. The Infinity Project beyond the health food shops and new age therapies, lies the mystical world of underground ambient. Psychedelic powerful aural sound poems soothe chill and entertain one's aching mind to the ultra cool-out zone, exploring & probing new frontiers, sampling the universe and triggering the future, this music is multi-dimensional and vitamin enhanced, lies back, ajust your hammock, close your eyes, dissapear, merge.
While sound becomes colour and colour becomes sound....

(P) & (C) 1995 Blue Room Released / Made in the E.C

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  • Barcode: 7 14346 90051 0
  • Label Code: LC 4392
  • Rights Society: MCPS

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bvs

bvs

November 18, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

This album is a true masterpiece of psychedelic music - it's now 21 years from release date, but you can find only a few album, to that date, that came close to that level of perfection. Every track is a journey, but whole album is reality changing peace of art. Listen it on vinyl, in true hi-fi system and you realize what it does it meant.
While sound becomes colour and colour becomes sound.... good conclusion
doctorg

doctorg

August 2, 2013

Mount Kailash meditation guaranteed. Totally hypnotic with incredible production for the era. I loooove this record. Nuff respect to Raja, Graham and Simon. ~*~
goanoah

goanoah

May 9, 2004

If you're of the Shpongle persuasion then you'll definetely like this release. This was TIP's first ambient release, but about half of it was co-written with Simon Posford, making this pre- Shpongle. The flutes, soundscapes and spacey samples are brainchildren of where Shpongle went just a couple of years later. The complexity in track structure is inherent in this LP, and it works very well since this is not a full- on Goa LP. This is a very beautiful, well- produced LP that is now very valueable.