Noosphere ‎– Aqua

Spirit Zone Recordings ‎– SPIRIT ZONE 120
CD, Album

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1 Hyperfocus 7:20
2 Plan-B 7:27
3 Vector
Written-By, Producer – M.C.Maichel*
4 Anemony 4:17
5 How Do You Like Me Now? 6:25
6 Waterproof 5:25
7 The Return 8:26
8 Changes
Guitar – B.Mohr*
9 Quicksand 6:13
10 Captain Proton 7:27
11 Expect The Unexpected
Written-By, Producer – M.C.Maichel*

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Published by Copyright Control.
Digipak packaging

℗ + © 2002 Spirit Zone Records
Made in the EC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18755 21202 8
  • Label Code: LC 02413
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: E0253

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Spirit Zone 120, EFA 52120-1 Noosphere Aqua(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Spirit Zone Recordings, EFA Spirit Zone 120, EFA 52120-1 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
Spirit Zone 120 Noosphere Aqua(2xLP, Album) Spirit Zone Recordings Spirit Zone 120 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
SPIRIT ZONE no 120 Noosphere Aqua(CD, Album, Unofficial) Spirit Zone Recordings (2) SPIRIT ZONE no 120 Russia 2002 Sell This Version


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May 19, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

I just need to say this album has one of the best tracks in dark progressive history, it's #10 "Captain Proton", back then in 2002 this was an amazing new sound delivered by Noosphere, that showed similar sound to X-Dream, Planet BEN and Midimiliz, this is a pure gem, and now this record has become impossible to find.

If you like good electronic music this must be in your collection, Spirit Zone will never release something equal to this anymore, the label specializes in good progressive trance music. But that's over now in 2005, so that's why i love this album and that special track for my ears.

Rating: 9/10 Standout: #10 "Captain Proton"


October 15, 2003

I was quite surprised how much this CD grew on me. I thought there was a good variety of sounds and tempos including some nice acoustic touches. It reminded me of Leftism (not necessary in style) but in the attempt to break away from the monotony of so many electronc recordings.


June 18, 2003

50% downtempo and 50% psytrance. In my opinion, the downtempo tracks are OK and the psytrance tracks are really boring and predictable.