Koxbox ‎– A Major Problem In Australia EP

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Liquid Audio Soundz ‎– GTN 1020.22, GTN (Global Trance Network) ‎– GTN 1020.22
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All tracks written and produced @ The Grooveyard.
Recorded at The Temple Studios.
Copyright Control 2000.
Registered with Koda.

Taken from the Koxbox album "The Great Unknown" out on Liquid Audio Soundz.
(Track released as "Crunchy Moles" on the album)

Comes in a jewel case (transparent tray) with a 2-page booklet.

℗ 2000 Nova Tekk GmbH
© 2000 Nova Tekk GmbH
Liquid Audio Sounz is a division of Nova Tekk GmbH.
Made in Germany
Distributed in Germany by Connected Music Vertrieb GmbH.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 413356 755121
  • Barcode (String): 5413356755121
  • Matrix / Runout: GTN 1020.22 P+O-47811-A2 05-00
  • Label Code: LC 10740
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GTN 1020.22 Koxbox A Major Problem In Australia EP(CDr, EP, Promo) Liquid Audio Soundz GTN 1020.22 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
KBM 008 Koxbox A Major Problem In Australia EP(7xFile, WAV, EP) Koxbox Music KBM 008 Denmark 2008
GTN 1020.36 Koxbox A Major Problem In Australia EP(2x12", EP) Liquid Audio Soundz, GTN (Global Trance Network) GTN 1020.36 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
GTN 1020.36 Koxbox A Major Problem In Australia EP(2x12", EP, W/Lbl) Liquid Audio Soundz, GTN (Global Trance Network) GTN 1020.36 Germany 2000 Sell This Version

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Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

November 12, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

The final encore …?

Seven versions of AMPIA redone by the most esteemed people in the business one might wonder whether Koxbox was seeking inspiration. From ambient sound scapes to psychedelic warfare we certainly get around this track!

And so there is no doubt – my pick is Massimo Vivona’s remix. God freakin’ damnit!! Koxbox are legendary for creating tracks with multiple sections and MV is no stranger to this talent. And when on top they end on the mother of high notes after a 7:19 minutes long build up I can only bow & scrape. How DO these guys come up with it?

Yet, if all the tracks are remixes one may wonder how many layers AMPIA contains. Alright, so three tracks sounds close to the original, but give me the Pepsi challenge and I wouldn’t be able to call the remaining tracks remixes. Miro serves us a laid back trippy voyage, Saafi Brothers a chilled out sleeper, Logic Bomb held back Koxbox aggressiveness, and Pixeldodgers a dark tech journey on psychedelic influences. And I’m all ears.

If you like Koxbox don’t hesitate chasing down a copy. And if you’re not convinced already let me just add that the cd is worth having for the hideous cover alone! This must have been engineered when nothing fails to please the eye. I mean, who could this possibly appeal to?!
pathduck

pathduck

September 19, 2003
Samples: "this sound is brought to you by the Australasian film and video securities office..... please help us stop it. this is a major problem in Australia..." - cutup version of copyright warning at the start of VHS video cassettes in Australia.
<http://fusionanomaly.net/australia.html>