Space Cat ‎– Beam Me Up

YoYo Records (2) ‎– YOYO34-2
CD, Album, Mixed

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Invasion
Written-By – Simon Posford, Jacob Bitton*
2 Robotalk
Written-By – Frederic "Dado" Holyszewski*
3 Beam Me Up
Written-By – Christof Drouillet
4 Space Cats 7:52
5 Cat On Mushroom
Written-By – Amit Duvdevani, Erez Aizen
6 Kreak 8:27
7 New Horizon
Written-By – Ofer Dikovsky
8 Funky
Written-By – Kristian Thinning

Companies, etc.



Mastering @ Master-Disk Studios | Recorded at Kreak Studios, Israel.

Disc comes in digipak with a poster. The credits are written on the back of the poster.
Concept & design:
Printed at May Printing Ltd., Israel

(P) 1999 Brand New Entertainement, Israel
(C) 1999 Brand New Entertainement, Israel

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 290005 991073 >
  • Barcode (String): 7290005991073
  • Matrix / Runout: ABCD MUSIC CAT NR YOYO 34
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LH01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1U22

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BALLLP-004 Space Cat Beam Me Up(2xLP, Album) Balloonia Ltd. BALLLP-004 Germany 1999 Sell This Version


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April 17, 2018
This type of late 90's psy became the template for the last 20 years of psytrance. mediocrity.


September 17, 2008

Surprise! No reviews on this album yet? Incredible, apart the quality music there are some interesting things here.

First of all, anyone fairly familiar with Hallucinogen’s sound will immediately notice the similarity with Simon Posford’s post 1997 sound. Simon is a collaborator on track 1 but all tracks except the last are very much similar to Hallucinogen’s tracks. Had someone made me listen to these tracks without knowing who’s the artist and without ever having listened them before I could had said unreleased Hallucinogen. So strange but so true.

Album has eight tracks, six of which are collaboration with artists of the calibre like Hallucinogen (mentioned above), Transwave, Infected Mushroom, Oforia and Elysium!! Such a strong collaboration team is indeed unique and rare. Production quality is top notch, no surprise knowing that Avi Algranati is one of the busiest mastering engineers for this kind of music.

Despite having various people collaborating here I don’t hear much difference in the tracks. They all follow the same (Hallucinogen!) style except for track 8: is it only me or is the melody similar to Astral Projection’s Dancing Galaxy?? This is the only “conventionally melodic” track on this album and is totally different from the rest.

Whatever Avi was upon when he did this album I highly recommend it to all old school lovers. If you like Hallucinogen (who doesn’t) you’ll love this. The digipak is also a work of art; mine is only marred by the way the CD tray is attached to the cardboard: rather than the usual glue notch on the four corners, the glue is smeared in an L shape!