Various ‎– Assassi:Nations - The Killers!

TIP.World ‎– TIPWCD15
CD, Compilation

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1 Alien Project Midnight Sun (GMS Remix)
Remix – GMSWritten-By, Producer – Ari Linker, Avi Shmailov
2 Meathead Productions The Big Ship
Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Dado, Riktam
3 1300 Mics* Salvia Divinidorum
Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Chicago, Raja Ram, Riktam
4 Alien Project Vs Asterix* Genetic Eyes (Genetically Modified Remix)
Written-By, Producer – Ari Linker, Avi Shmailov
5 D-Tek (2) N' Dr. Panic Psychedelic Cowboy
Producer – Dr. PanicWritten-By, Arranged By, Mixed By – David Durst, Rodrigo Baills
6 Zorba Feat. Chicago The Rush
Written-By, Producer – Celli*, Chicago, Riktam
7 Logic Bomb Lodjik
Written-By, Producer – Johan Krafft, Jonas Bergvall, Jonas Pettersson
8 The Antidote Have A Drink
Written-By, Producer – Serge Souque
9 Synthetic The Mummy
Written-By, Producer – Synthetic Dado*

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Distributed by Arabesque

Track 1: remixed @ Tri-ball Studio, Ibiza, published by Copyright Control.
Track 2: written & produced @ Casa Irene Studio, Cala Bassa, Ibiza, published by Copyright. Control / Flair.
Track 3: written & produced @ Casa Irene Studio, Cala Bassa, Ibiza, published by Flair / Copyright Control.
Track 4: written & produced @ Alien Project Studio, Tel Aviv, published by Copyright Control.
Track 5: written, arranged & mixed @ Pac Studio, Mexico City, published by Copyright Control.
Track 6: written & produced @ Tri-ball Studio, Ibiza, published by Flair / Copyright Control.
Track 7: written & produced @ Logic Bomb Studio, Sweden, published by Copyright Control.
Track 8: written & produced @ Antidote Studio, Ibiza, published by Copyright Control, licensed from Solstice Music, Japan.
Track 9: written & produced @ Casa Irene Studio, Cala Bassa, Ibiza, published by Copyright Control, licensed from Spun Records.

Texts in cover: Assassi:Nations

Are we human beings having a spiritual experience or spiritual beings having a human experience?

...In this instalment of 'Nations', laptop trancers converge and merge in an electric psychedelic 3 ring circus. Gigantic, galactic, resin-nous rubber burning blockbusters. 9 epics of full digital 3d, Surround Sound, Dolby pro logic done with the very latest spacial effects. We're on the hunt for the stunt.

Assassi:Nations... The Killers... baseball batting, water melon smashing, tumbling, rumbling, atom squashers. Micro genetic, frenetic, titanus testing, ear drum blowers! This is the music we need to energise the weak and fortify the strong. Giants on stilts, hi aural mountaineers beyond frontiers - merging boundaries, sience and magic sound and light. Roaring into Infinity!!

These are the roasters and toasters... coming to a dancefloor near you soon.

Total time: 67:53

The barcode is the same as that of Infinite Excursions 2

[P] & [C] 2001 TIP.World

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 032531 000155
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI04D5
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS TIPWCD015 01 5

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September 28, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

A solid comp from the TIP World crew in their usual style. Some people call this the highlight of the Nations series of comps. I'm not sure its that good, but it is solid and still has some highlight tracks 3 years later. The GMS remix of Midnight Sun is one of GMS' better remix and they compliment Alien Project very well. D-Tek and Dr. Panic's Psychedelic Cowboy at first seemed like a gimmic track vaguely in the style of Juno Reactor's Pistolero, yet it seems to keep getting better and better after intially disliking it, I now find myself strongly drawn to it. Synthetic's The Mummy is another stand out for me with its dark, dirty, crunchy and unrelenting vibe. Its very much unlike the usual TIP fare and a welcome addition to the comp.

Meathead Productions is a Dado/Riktam effort that sounds, unsurprisingly like GMS, but the track is still strong and a bit dark in vibe. It is a nice track if nothing terribly original. Alien Project vs Asterix is a typical product from these two soundwise, both being very much of the post GMS TIP stable, but Genetic Eyes is still solid. Zorba, being the mainstream sideproject of GMS, has that sort of mainstream touch that belongs on the movers and grovers comps. The Rush's presence here is a bit of a mystery, but for what it is it is actually pretty good and it doesn't come out as terribly out of place. Logic Bomb gives us some heavy kick bass action with an excellent, somewhat frantic, stomper in th form of Lodjik. Have A Drink, by the Antidote, is probably the low point on the album, although it is by no means a stinker of a track.

The end result is a good comp with some winners, some strong filler and no particularly weak tracks.