Various ‎– Crazy Goblins And Wicked Pixies

Trishula Records ‎– TRISHCD005
CD, Compilation

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01 Claw Disturbed Galaxy 6:57
02 Electrypnose Oscillate 9:10
03 Dejan Dennis Kill The Dentist 7:44
04 The Many Faces vs. Electrypnose Testicule Killer 7:23
05 Polyphonia Babel Tower 8:09
06 The Many Faces Kill Bill Gate 6:05
07 Mubali Information Insemination 9:03
08 Metallaxis Noise Reduction (Polyphonia Remix)
Remix – Polyphonia
09 Savage Scream Rotting Side 8:01
10 Syntrax Reanimator 7:23



Mastered @ 4CN Studios, Germany.

Spine incorrectly reads 'Crazy Gnomes And Wicked Pixies'

BPM list:

01. 148
02. 148
03. 150
04. 150
05. 148
06. 150
07. 148
08. 148
09. 148
10. 147



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August 31, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Carpe noctum!

Although Trishula Records from Germany is not even one year old, they've already placed themselves as one of the leading outfits releasing the darker sides of psytrance… The quality level has been high since the beginning and this has fast become a benchmark label… This is the fifth release following the brilliant debut album Evil Inside by Psyfactor – and judging by the track list and the BPM count I’m guessing we’re in for quite a ride here…

Trishula has pulled it off again! The gore-heads from Germany has released another hardcore motherfucker of a compilation – this is just as ill disposed as Ignis Fatuus and Mushy Mystery were… Relentless, sinister, murky-as-hell hyper-trance to be played during the darkest hours of the night – and definitely not for people with heart-troubles… Consider that a warning!

As always with Trishula the quality level is impressive. There are no bad tracks here and there are only a couple of tracks that doesn’t tickle my nuts the way they are supposed to… The artwork isn’t really my cup of chai, but it’s a step in the right direction from the Psyfactor cover… Oh, and I noticed how the spine of the jewel case incorrectly reads ‘Crazy Gnomes & Wicked Pixies’… Ahh well, it’s an honest mistake… Gnome ~ Goblin… I guess they are somewhat similar – and frankly, who gives a shit!? The music is the important thing here – and the music is great! Maybe not as much as home-listening – this needs to be played on big-ass PA… Fans of the spooky Trishula style will most definitely enjoy this compilation – as will fans of dark psytrance in general… Enjoy!

Favourites: 1, 2, 6, 7, 8(!), 9, 10(!)