Trilithon ‎– Trance Dance 128

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STR 0092 Trilithon Trance Dance 128(CD, Album) Stealth Records STR 0092 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
ZYX 20207-2 Trilithon Trance Dance 128(CD, Album) ZYX Records ZYX 20207-2 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
MG 2071 Trilithon Trance Dance 128(Cass, Unofficial) MG Records (2) MG 2071 Poland 1992 Sell This Version
STR 0092 Trilithon Trance Dance 128 (CDr, Album, RE, RM) Stealth Records STR 0092 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version
439 Trilithon Trance Dance 128(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Brawo 439 Poland Unknown Sell This Version

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Magnetonium

Magnetonium

August 14, 2009
referencing Trance Dance 128, CD, Album, ZYX 20207-2

Around the time when Avi Nissim (Astral Projection) was working on his first few goa trance tracks under SFX monicker (which came out years later as "previously unreleased"), Trilithon released the first ever full-length goa trance album (to my knowledge). It sounds a bit more like "goa techno" than "goa trance", however. But the roots are there.

Make no mistake about it - this is a seminal album. A mix of oldskool techno and early goa trance, along with couple of lame new age tracks thrown in. Several tracks include the epic vocal choir sound and organ music, which was used extensively in oldskool hardcore.

Goa trance collectors should check this album out. Key goa tracks on the album are "Prayer (Mutant Version)", "Synrise" and "Trance Dance".
planet-noise

planet-noise

September 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Trance Dance 128, CD, Album, STR 0092

There are some real Techno highlights from the early 90's on this album, which also been released much ahead of their time: When the Term "Goa-Trance" wasn't even exist, the music was there (and Goa was there as well...).

The problem with the Trilthon project, is it's awful production. The tracks weren't mixed well, and sounds very messy and chunked. Also over-compressed mastering, so the bass drum causes the "pumping effect" on other instruments.

Still, this will always remain a all time favorite. 5/5. Kick ass! will blow your head up the mountains and back.
What else do we need? :-)