Shivasidpao* ‎– The Album

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CD 002 Shivasidpao* The Album(CD, Album) Shiva Space Technology CD 002 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
SST98V01 Shivasidpao* The Album(2xLP, Album) Shiva Space Technology SST98V01 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
LP1 98V01 Shivasidpao* The Album(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Shiva Space Technology LP1 98V01 Germany 1998 Sell This Version

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chimushi

chimushi

September 10, 2018
referencing The Album, 2xLP, Album, SST98V01

IF you a fan of melodic Goa Trance, there is only one song on this album that fits the bill and that is "Shiva Devotional". Other than that, Spacewalk is interesting, but he rest of this release is harsh and dissonant and I find it quote painful to listen to. I liked Shiva Devotional enough to buy this, but I doubt I will ever listen to another song off this release again.
oddfish

oddfish

November 15, 2010
referencing The Album, CD, Album, CD 002

To make it short: bad album.
Almost no melodies, only stupid beat and scratches-hisses. If you like GOA trance because of its melodism and deepness with many layers sounding simultaneously, don't listen to this album.
The only more or less listenable track is the last one, but it is just a ruined remix version of a fantastic Power of Celtic track from great first Shiva Space Technology album.
DeathPosture

DeathPosture

October 14, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing The Album, CD, Album, CD 002

This piece of plastic holds a very special place with me... This is one of my alltime fav'e albums - I must have listened to Shiva Devotional well over a 1000 times... In all it's simplicity, this is a PERFECT track... I will always be on my top 10 list of best tracks... I can't explain it, 'cause this is really simple, most likely made with Impulse Tracker or something similar, but it just have a driving energy that I like!

But the rest of the album also deserves a lot of attention: The Power Of The Darkside, Egokiller (Rmx) and The Power Of Celtic (Rmx) are all great tracks! Luuuv that sound after approx. 5 minutes in Egokiller!... That ALWAYS blows the dancefloor... Yeah! This is the sh*t, and is among my alltime fav'e psytrance-albums... Get it!! Rating: 9,2/10 Bom shankar!... And ehh... "Goooonaaaam!!"