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1 Hyperspace 8:39
2 Love & Peak 7:55
3 Star Peace
Composed By – Stephan MontangeroTabla, Dholak, Dhol – Sandeep Kumar
8:35
4 Secret Fire 9:34
5 Rolling
Electronics – Samy*
9:16
6 Ishtar
Composed By, Electronics – Gaspard BessonDidgeridoo – Jovis
8:04
7 Being Transformation
Composed By – Alex GreyComposed By, Electronics – Gaspard BessonFeaturing, Voice, Text By [Poetry] – Alex Grey
7:43
8 Arcana (Live Jam)
Composed By – Tanya InnocentiFeaturing, Voice, Text By [Poetry] – Tanina Munchkina
7:11

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©&℗ Peak Records 2007
Mastered at RFI/CD
Worldwide distribution by www.arabesque.co.uk - digital distribution by www.ingrooves.com

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 060147 120875
  • Matrix / Runout: | PR013 | ARABESQUE DISTRIBUTION LTD | 021170 |
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD12
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5Q77

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PR013 The Peaking Goddess Collective Organika(8xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Peak Records (2) PR013 Switzerland 2012

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redscaretrance

redscaretrance

March 24, 2015
Others have commented already and I'll add my voice to the chorus: if you like Phutureprimitive or Shulman or Shpongle or Younger Brother or Easily Embarrassed you'll be at home here. Seriously solid stuff here, and that's something from someone as addicted to one-hundred-percent-pure synthesizer-based music as I am. As another writer said, you can totally tell that this record was produced by some seriously proficient musicians. My favourite cut of the record has to be "Rolling," which bumps along subtly in a manner reminiscent of Ultimae Records' undulating and meditative swells (think Cell or Aes Dana.) Recommended.
teamcowper

teamcowper

April 14, 2010
I agree with vitamin420's review of this album; it is obviously created by some super talented musicians. The percussion is totally badass, and the electronic beats and sounds are extremely well done. Even the flute is tastefully used--not too much, just enough. However, what ruined this release for me was the guitar! In most of the songs it seemed off-key from the rest of the music and generally did not fit in with the rest of the arrangements. Bottom line: if you like jam band-style music, you'll probably dig this. However, if you have an aversion to guitars in electronic music (like me), you may grimace at times when listening to this album. Aside from that, it's something every Shpongle fan should hear.
Vitamin420

Vitamin420

January 11, 2010

Wow, I can't believe this hasn't been reviewed...

Honestly, I signed up for this site (after many months of lurking) just to post a review about this album. If you are looking for some authentic downtempo tribal, look no further - the hand-drumming is hypnotic, the flute and guitar are beautiful and full of life, and the album flows perfectly from song to song... it's obvious right from the get-go that there is a lot of genuine love for music, I mean look at how many talented musicians that are so diverse in their musical capabilities... man, I have been looking for something great for a long time, and I think I definitely found it. If you like anything by Master Margherita, Dymons, or Flooting Grooves, and you haven't heard this, then you need to buy this album! Also, fans of Phutureprimitive will enjoy this. If you guys are looking to something somewhat similar, check out Slackbaba - ... And The Beat Goes Om...

mmm. I love this. 5/5