Various ‎– Destination Goa - The Fifth Chapter - DG5

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Why Not Records ‎– WHYCD005
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1-1 Miranda Gnocchi
Written-By, Producer – M Silvergren*
9:19
1-2 Crop Circles Lunar Civilization
Written-By, Producer – A Rizzo*, C Paterno*, F Scrimizzi*, F D'amato*, M Begotti*, M Lanfranconi*
9:44
1-3 X-Frame Distorted Reality
Producer – 3 MENWritten-By – Naiche
9:29
1-4 Astral Projection Life On Mars
Written-By, Programmed By, Producer – Avi Nissim, Lior Perlmutter
9:08
1-5 Synchro Kitchen Sync
Written-By, Producer – Jeroen Van Garling
7:40
1-6 Phoenix (2) Finger Licking
Written-By, Producer – Robert Jarnroth
6:39
1-7 Epic-Tone Aerosol
Written-By, Producer – Jonas Wikström
7:17
1-8 MFG Inspiration
Written-By, Producer – MFGWritten-By, Producer [Credited To] – Aharon Segal, Guy Zukrel
6:59
2-1 Hallucinogen Snakey Shaker
Written-By, Producer – Simon Posford
6:24
2-2 Planet BEN* Non-Sense 9:58
2-3 Elysium Trancelestial Psychobabas
Written-By, Producer – C Andersson*
9:08
2-4 Tandu Visually Distorted
Written-By, Producer – Ofer Dikovsky
9:16
2-5 Kundalini Cow Den
Written-By, Producer – J Monro*, M Evans*
8:39
2-6 Kayseri Ararat
Written-By, Producer – Robert Jarnroth
7:49
2-7 I Savastano* Coppertone
Written-By, Producer – I Savastano*
5:50

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Track information:
1-1: Licensed from Koyote Records. ℗ & © Koyote Record. Published by Copyright Control.
1-2: Licensed from Auracle Recordings. ℗ & © Auracle Recordings.
1-3: Licensed from Cybertronic Media (Germany). ℗ & © Cybertronic Media. Published by Edition 2nd Futue/AMV.
1-4: Licensed from Trust In Trance via Phonokol Ltd. ℗ & © Trust In Trance Records. Published by Trust In Trance Records.
1-5: Licensed from TIP Records. ℗ & © TIP Records. Published by Synchro Publishing.
1-6: ℗ & © Why Not Records. Published by Goldhead Music.
1-7: Licensed from Spiral Trax. ℗ & © Spiral Trax. Published by Spiral Trax.
1-8: Licensed from Phonokol Ltd. ℗ & © Phonokol Ltd. Published by Copyright Control.
2-1: Licensed from Twisted. ℗ & © Twisted. Published by Copyright Control.
2-2: Licensed from High Society/Dope Media. ℗ & © High Society. Publihsed by Edition Dope Media.
2-3: Licensed from Flying Rhino Records. ℗ & © Flying Rhino Records. Published by Copyright Control. The track is listed as "Trancelestial Psychobabas - Blue Psychobabas" which is the original name on the studio master DAT. The artist later decided to rename this to "Elysium - Trancecelestial Psychobabas"
2-4: Licensed from Phonokol Ltd. ℗ & © Phonokol Ltd. Published by Phonokol Ltd.
2-5: Licensed from Kundalini. ℗ & © Kundalini. Published by Goldhead Music. The track is listed as "Cowden".
2-6: ℗ & © Why Not Records. Published by Goldhead Music.
2-7: Licensed from Q-Park Productions. ℗ & © Q-Park Productions. Published by Q-Songs/Air Chrysalis Scandinavia.

℗ & © 1997 Goldhead Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 7394018110527
  • Barcode (Text): 7 394018 110527
  • Rights Society: biem n©b
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): WHYCD 005 1 DCM 17100713
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): WHYCD 005 2 DCM 17100714
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L051
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L051

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Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

October 22, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The trickiest part about grading albums is that sometimes they can be so hard to find out. Is this compilation merely a safe purchase or a highly recommended purchase? After listening to Psychedelic Voodoo intensely for the last two weeks it's hard to impress me, but compilations are about supplying hits and DG5 has more than a handfull.

Astral Projection's Life On Mars shows that AP also had a dark side. One I really like and that sometimes can be forgotten in the praise of AP and their legend today. They didn't go from hard to happy. They were happy all along.

Phoenix' Finger Licking gives me another hit to the bone. Wow! Dark psytrance from the early days comes across so minimal and insisting. Why did it ever change, I can't help thinking? Sinister and naive at the same time, I have no choice but to go with the Armageddon psytrance. Thank you, Phoenix! I'm sure I've heard you sometimes in my midnineties and you made my night. Back then I could resist everything but temptations.

MFG graces us with Inspiration which ... is inspired! Another MFG track that goes right in my book of defining goa tracks. Packed with layers, new sections taking over one after another, melodies becoming more and more crazy, and mind more and more challenged. I dig it!

Kayseri wheels in Arafat with an absylum worthy acid opening that's guaranteed granting immunity to hallucinate. Nude Psychedelic Goa Trance, I believe, is the key factor that got todays psy followers in. You have no choice but to obey, face the dj podium, and start moving in sync. Arafat comes a dancer with an agenda that includes you dancing.

The dark tracks, and the ones that personifies this compilation, aside, the key track here is Crop Circles' Lunar Civilization. It actually becomes me quite sickening that I haven't been able to track down one lousy CC track but all have been merritfull. LC is no exception. Pleiadians' layers galore, innovation from outer space planet 9, and more aggresiveness than I've seen birthday parties, CC gives us THE, encore Goa antheme track if you should ever want to pick one. And makes any compilation worth buying, that offers this monster of a f***** up Goa journey.

Still, a couple of good tracks doesn't make an entire compilation. DG5 is almost hitting the Highly recommended floor but with not enough blasters stays at the, respectable, Safe purchase. Well done.