Jhelisa ‎– Galactica Rush

Planet Earth Recordings ‎– P 50115-2, Dorado ‎– P 50115-2
CD, Album


1 Galactica Rush 6:03
2 There's Nothing Wrong 5:35
3 Hold My Peace 5:05
4 Whirl Keeps Turning 5:20
5 Death Of A Soul Diva 4:52
6 Friendly Pressure 6:05
7 Baby God 6:14
8 Sweet Dreams (4UIC) 5:56
9 Secret Place 6:57

Companies, etc.



All tracks mixed by Lee Hamblin for High Steppers Productions
Recorded at Matt Cooper's, Vons, Jamestown, Bunk, Junk and Genius
Mixed at Raezor, Matrix 4, Maison Rouge

(P) & (C) 1995 Dorado Records

"Side One" and "Side Two" printed on back sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 5477-50115-2 4
  • Barcode (String): 754775011524
  • Matrix / Runout: RBO1427P50115-2 RAINBO ·

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOR026 CD Jhelisa Galactica Rush(CD, Album) Dorado DOR026 CD UK 1994 Sell This Version
AVCJ-60010 Jhelisa Anderson* Galactica Rush(CD, Album) Jazz Not Jazz Records, Dorado AVCJ-60010 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
FR CD 20103 Jhelisa Galactica Rush(CD, Album) Form Records FR CD 20103 Singapore 1995 Sell This Version
DOR026 LP Jhelisa Galactica Rush(LP, Album, Ltd + 10", Ltd, W/Lbl) Dorado DOR026 LP UK 1994 Sell This Version
3984 20365-2 Jhelisa Galactica Rush(CD, Album) WEA Records (Germany) 3984 20365-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version



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November 6, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Jhelisa’s debut album, GALACTICA RUSH, wears its acid jazz credentials proudly on its sleeve -- and why not? For the genre, it’s certainly strong example to follow, blending beats with psychedelia and Jhelisa’s accomplished vocal work. The title track, for instance, swirls around with layers of squealing horns and a sudden exclamation, “12 little kitties in a cardboard box!” Acid, indeed. The humorous personal manifesto of “There’s Nothing Wrong” gives us Jhelisa at her most individualistically defiant, while “Hold My Peace” lends some political action to that defiance. With production from Cool Breeze, the album shows its lighter side on “Whirl Keeps Turning” or the cleverly tongue-in-cheek “Death of a Soul Diva.” And I don’t have to mention the now-classic “Friendly Pressure”; it speaks for itself. And the three lullaby-like tracks that close out the album show off Jhelisa’s more maternal side as well.