SFX ‎– The Unreleased Tracks 89-94

Trust In Trance Records ‎– T.I.T. CD 016, Phonokol ‎– 2115-2
CD, Album


1 We Are Controlling Transmission 6:42
2 Techno Terror 6:17
3 Different Atmosphere 7:20
4 Allah Acbar 7:30
5 H2H3 7:07
6 Sativa 9:03
7 Reaching Out 6:46
8 Tone Deaf 5:34
9 Galactica 5:21
10.1 Sativa (Atmosphere Cut) 5:29
10.2 (silence) 6:19
10.3 Untitled 0:24

Companies, etc.


  • Artwork [Sleeve Artwork], Sleeve [Sleeve Artwork]Inga*
  • Layout [Sleeve Layout], Sleeve [Sleeve Layout], Artwork [Graphics]Doron Edut
  • Mastered By [Digital Mastering]Ben Bernfeld
  • Mastered By [Pre Mastering]Lior Perlmutter
  • Written-By, Programmed By, ProducerAvi Nissim (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 to 10), Lior Perlmutter


Digital mastering at Village Mastering.
Pre mastering at Dancecity.

1 Recorded in February 1993
2 June 1990
3 July 1993
4 October 1992
5 November 1990
6 June 1993
7 March 1993
8 August 1990
9 February 1991
10 June 1993

(P)&(C) 1998 Trust In Trance Records
Distribution by Phonokol Ltd. Israel.

Total duration of track 10 is 12:12. There is silence from 5:29 until 11:48, followed by a short hidden track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (text): 7 296134 211525
  • Barcode (scanned): 7296134211525
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5F02
  • Rights Society: ACUM / BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: CDI 2115-2 A1 <3110422>

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June 10, 2017
I have to say this is one of my favorite recent finds going down this trance journey. The beats are fast but not cheesy which is increasingly hard to find within this genre. I'm currently hooked on the track Different Atmosphere. So good!


May 13, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

A new personal favorite, surprisingly dark compared to the cholesterol-ful sounds of Astral Projection.

I understand perfectly why the other reviewers didn't really like the rest of the CD as much as the first track (which is mindblowing by the way): it's simply not the same style at all. Starting from track 2 you have to have a foot into old-school darkwave, electro-industrial and EBM to actually get the point or enjoy the very basic sounds. This is not trance, it comes from a time where goa trance was nothing much than a vague genre of remixed electro-industrial tracks. The sounds as much as the atmosphere here are reminiscent of Limbo, Kode IV, early Delerium and Front Line Assembly ; they are much darker both in thematics and execution. The basslines are raw, the kicks are banging hard, the sampling is numbingly repetitive and yet there is something of a sound plasticity that is obviously very Bill Leeb influenced.

Like every record crossing borders between genres this is doomed to be favorited only by people enjoying both sides of the spectrum. There's some goa stompers here and there (We Are Controlling Transmission, Sativa) and some dormant darkwave hits for you favorite goth parties (Techno Terror, Tone Deaf, Galactica). Hopefully this will widen the ears and curiosity of both crowds.


March 30, 2013
I love it :)


November 18, 2011
Agree with the previous reviewer, "We Are Controlling Transmission" is mind blowing. I would be interested to know what year it was composed because if it is towards the '89 end of the spectrum that would make it very ahead of its time. It is certainly dated to the modern ear but timeless at the same time, a very charming track. The rest of the album is so so.


April 28, 2008
We Are Controlling Transmission is worth GOLD!!! It is one of THE best classic trance tunes ever and should be in every trance lover's collection. I'm amazed that not many people know this one, it is great. It's been in my collection for more than a decade and it still gives me gossebumps when I listen to it. The rest of the album is nice too, although none of the tracks hold a candle to the opening track.