Space Cat (2) ‎– Karraveth

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Candyline Records ‎– CANDY016CD
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Gnostic 9:23
2 Sine One 2:02
3 Spiral 7:41
4 Beings 4:52
5 Karraveth 5:35
6 Cluster 5:01
7 When The Sun Turns To Ice 6:37
8 LSD/PCP 7:18
9 Future 6:47
10 Sine Two (Original Mix) 15:51
11 Caverns 6:38

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Mastered by Michael Costa and Tony Mantz for Jack The Bear Productions.

(P) & (C) Candyline Records 1995.
Manufactured and distributed by Shock Records Australia Pty. Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021456 063703
  • Barcode (String): 5021456063703
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE BY DISCTRONICS B ** CANDY016CD ** #01

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

January 11, 2016

Not necessarily my taste of music, but there are some good tracks here: "Future" is good ambient techno-trance. "Karraveth" is good hypnotic drony ambient. "Sine Two" is in my opinion, the best track in this Album: A minimal ambient journey consisting of drony sounds and a nice hinty melody. rest of the tracks are extremely similar and aren't special. The only noticeably different track in term of style compared to most of the album is "Cluster" Which is clubby techno. Found it rather boring and cheesy though.

Found this at Amazon for a reasonably good price. (About 20$.) Booklet is in relatively bad condition though. I wanted this mainly for "Sine Two" since "Future" alone isn't good enough for me to pick up even for a decent price and "Karraveth" can be found in a Barramundi Sampler CD which is much easier to find and significantly cheaper. Overall, not that great. Especially when you factor it's incredibly high sale price pretty much where ever you find it. Worth picking up for "Sine Two" if you can find this at a very low price. Which is very hard to find these days at low prices.
jdcapshew

jdcapshew

February 19, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Firstly, this Space Cat is NOT the prolific Goa trance artist, the music could not be more different, but they have been confused because they share the exact same name. "Karraveth" is one of the great lost classics of ambient techno. It is comparable to Biosphere "Patashnik", Floatpoint "Beam Error", Fires Of Ork, Higher Intelligence Agency "Freefloater", Deep Space Network "Big Rooms", amongst others of first rate quality. This CD would easily fit on the Barramundi label too. The sonics are deep and spacey, with plenty of synths, and yes, a hint of melody, believe it or not. It's a pity there's not more from this first rate artist.