The Spiritualist* ‎– The Bible According To The Spiritualist Volume One

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Azwan Transmissions ‎– AZWAN-010
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'The Bible According To The Spiritualist Volume One' was... Produced, programmed, performed, composed and conceived by Bryan St. James for 'Cruize Muize Inc.' Engineered and coproduced by Tony Espie. Recorded at Sing Sing Studios, Melbourne, 19th-20the May 1993. Digitally edited at Metropolis Audio, Melbourne, 27th May 1993. Manufactured at Disctronics, Melbourne, September 1993. Cover design and portraits by Jay Jay. Much respect and thanks to my family and friends, Ground Level, Third Eye, Transmission FM and a universe of DJ's. Much Spiritual love to Jay Jay. Stormboy to Space Cadet, come in...

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

October 15, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Good stuff by this obscure Australian artist. If you listen to this cd you can notice some oldskool "Goa" elements in some tracks but It's not Goa Trance. I would classify it as Trance / Techno. "Temple Of Enlightenment" and "Flight Over Jerusalem" are my personal favorite tracks from this album. other notable tracks include "Jupiter Sunrise" (Not the video on the discogs page) Nice spacey intro and a classic piano techno arrangement. Other tracks like "A Lifetime Of Dreamtime In Astralasia" are more of an abstract figure with a lot of ethnical samples, the buzzing sample is a tad annoying though. "You, Me, Wizardy" is a nice hypnotic track to end this album and doesn't ruin the album. sounds very outdated by today's standards, but at least this release has some ideas and doesn't sound completely like generic club samples. Somewhat hard to find though, those looking for some obscure techno from Australia can check this out.