Various ‎– 3 ג׳ננה (Total Trance Music)

Label:
Typhoon Records (2) ‎– HANI-240, Typhoon Records (2) ‎– HANI-250
Series:
Janana – 3
Format:
2 × CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1-1 Quontum* Popcorne Dance 7:57
1-2 Kintro* Tears 4:28
1-3 Katmandu* Mami Ya Mami 6:30
1-4 Olimpus* Xspace 6:58
1-5 Efectikal Dorine Opera 8:01
1-6 Efectikal Weekend 8:23
1-7 Fly Ganish Happy Spirit 8:19
1-8 Fly Ganish The New Line 6:41
1-9 Quontum* Alive 6:42
2-1 Kintro* Sarit 7:31
2-2 Kintro* Hartzufim 6:53
2-3 Fly Ganish Fistuk Hous 6:35
2-4 Epilog (2) To Love 6:43
2-5 Efectikal End Of The World 6:51
2-6 Tropix Sadness 7:09
2-7 Mega Space Desert 7:19
2-8 Olimpus* Heven 7:49

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Notes

CD-1 has catalog number "HANI-240", CD-2 "HANI-250".
Subtitle appears as "Total Trance Music" on front cover and "Total Music Trance" on discs and in booklet.
Tracks 1-5 and 1-6 are tagged "new" in the tracklist.

עריכה דיגיטלית: אולפני מאסטר דיסק 2000
(Digital editing: Master Disk Studios 2000)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 24845 62300 9
  • Barcode (String): 024845623009

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psygreg

psygreg

August 8, 2013

Janana 3 is great with powerfull nitzh tracks all over. best double CD ever released
Agneton

Agneton

December 14, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

Whereas Janana 1 was a compilation filled with damn good Nitzhonot tracks from quality artists like Goldenfinger, Astrix and Zootrax, Typhoon Records didn't manage to reach the same level again.

The second Janana was still an average release with more big names, but for Janana 3 the record company filled two CD's with their local Nitzhonot "talents" that seem to reappear on every other compilation they released during the late nineties. Most of the tracks are very uncreative, using samples from cartoons or remixing more popular songs from other scenes.

This must have been one of the last (and the only double) compilation from Typhoon records, as it was released in 2000. I wouldn't recommend anyone to buy this CD or you should be a collector like I am. I guess the fourth and fifth Janana, which I don't possess, are probably even more awful...