Prānā* ‎– Geomantik

Avatar Records ‎– AVA 024
Pro File
CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered

Companies, etc.



Originally released on Matsuri Productions in 1997.

Digitally remastered and improved sound.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7290008295987
  • Matrix / Runout: A.B.C.D. MUSIC LTD AVA 024
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV21
  • Mould SID Code (embossed): IFPI 1U22

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MP CD 5 Prānā* Geomantik(CD, Album) Matsuri Productions MP CD 5 UK 1997 Sell This Version
50618 Prānā* Geomantik(CD, Album) Javelin Ltd 50618 France 1997 Sell This Version
MP LP 5 Prānā* Geomantik(4xLP, Album) Matsuri Productions MP LP 5 UK 1997 Sell This Version
PSCR-5581 Prānā* Geomantik(CD, Album) Polystar PSCR-5581 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
MPLP 05 Prānā* Geomantik(4xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Matsuri Productions MPLP 05 UK 1997 Sell This Version



Add Review



February 29, 2008

"Geomantik", Prana's second and last album, is a bench mark release in the entire old school goa trance niche! Plain and simple, this one has no less than 7 tracks which could launch me into a primal orbit around planet Earth any given time of the day. Except for Snake Thing's remix of Scarab and Process & Tristan's remix of Kiba, which are both stellar tunes- mind you, the rest of the album consists of seven audio samurais packing seven razor sharp sonical masterpieces which can hold their own against any, and I do mean any, old school heavyweight. Just scope out the first four tracks; it's the best Prana got. If you notice Suzuki's & Co. progress ever since their early releases like "Rite of passage" or "Tranzen EP" all the way up to tracks like Alien Pets or Boundless, you are bound to remain flabbergasted!!! Alien Pets being one of the genre's pinnacles and still to this day remaining one of the most loved and memorable classics. Acid synths, crazy melodies, groovy basslines, twists and turns, life altering psychedelia, pumping kicks and more FX wizardry than you ever hoped for, you name it- it is all here! As if those four tracks on their own weren't enough, The Green Nuns Of The Revolution and Chakra deliver the finest tracks they've ever produced, with their remixes of Scarab and Taiyo, respectively. Total Eclipse's remix of Starchild is just as awesome, but you already knew that even without listening to the CD. They never went wrong back in the day.

The greatest compliment I can grace "Geomantik" with is that I still in this present day listen to it on a more or less regular basis, without getting a sensation of it having aged badly, being tarnished or having lost its punch and rawness. Very few old school albums still strike me as much as they used to, but there where most fail, "Geomantik" has thus far never let me down. It deserves to be up there with the names like Koxbox, early Etnica/Pleiadians, X-Dream and the likes. Classic, classic stuff here. You owe it to yourself.