Koxbox ‎– Forever After

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Harthouse ‎– HH CD 012
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1 Point Of No Return 9:45
2 Space Traveller 9:15
3 Insect & Insect Bite (Split Mix) 8:14
4 Tribal Oscillation 7:26
5 Neurobic 13:38
6 Space Interface 7:49
7 Orientalic (95 Remix) 7:54
8 Loads Of Flow (Molecular Mix)
Remix, Producer – Cwithe
6:58

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Notes

Produced and mixed at the Grooveyard II.
Track 8 produced at the Grooveyard.

℗ & © 1995 Eye Q MUsic

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 005902 639668
  • Label Code: LC 5305
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Koxbox Forever After(Cass, Promo) Harthouse none Germany 1995 Sell This Version
MPCD24 Koxbox Forever After(CD, Album, RE) Matsuri Productions MPCD24 UK 1999 Sell This Version
SPV-D 0684 Koxbox Forever After(Cass, Album) SPV Poland SPV-D 0684 Poland 2000 Sell This Version
HH LP 012 Koxbox Forever After(2xLP, Album, Promo) Harthouse HH LP 012 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
HH 1012-2 Koxbox Forever After(CD, Album) Harthouse America HH 1012-2 US 1995 Sell This Version

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bolle88

bolle88

March 31, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

This is such a fantastic album! Very unique sounding old-school psychedelic trance, I have actually never heard anything like it. The quality is amazing when you realise that it was made more than 12 years ago, in the very beginning of the goa-era.

All tracks, except 'Neurobic', is highly energetic and extremely psychedelic goa with so many different layers, sounds and melodies that it wouldn't surprise me if this album took like 10 years to produce. My favourite track still is the chilled down, almost 14 minutes long 'Neurobic'. You can actually compare this song with the amazing 20 minutes long Paradise Connection - Source of emotion. OK, these songs are very different from each other, but the feelings you get when listening to both songs are kind of the same. Both songs have a steady 4x4-beat in perhaps 110-120 bpm and both songs really takes you on a loong, slow and spaced-out journey that never seems to end. But at the same time, you don't want the journey to end.

Anyways, an essential goa-classic that everybody needs to hear!
SkeletonMan

SkeletonMan

April 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This has got to be my favourite Koxbox/Psychopod release sounding as exciting and fresh today as it did in 1995. Everything works to perfection here. While I sometimes find Koxbox/Psychopod releases challenging to decipher and therefore more suited for "listening" purposes rather than dancing, the sounds of Forever After spiralls right into my mind and feet. I can trip equally well in a comfortable chair as mayheem on the dancefloor with this baby and opening track Point of no Return really could have no other title. Once on you need to hear it through ...

Favourites? Impossible to pin out. All!

A magnificent 5/5 stars if there ever was one. Essential.