Various ‎– Goa-Head Vol. 5

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Leguan ‎– D-24
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Goa-Head – Vol. 5
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2 × CD, Compilation
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1-1 The Delta As A Child I Could Walk On The Ceiling
Producer, Written-By – Eberhard Schultz*, Marcus Maiche*, Niels Paschen
7:40
1-2 Der Stern Von Afrika Downhill V.2 (Massimo Vivona Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Andreas KrügerRemix, Producer [Additional] – Massimo Vivona
8:32
1-3 The Muses Rapt Spiritual Healing
Producer, Written-By – Juan Verdera
9:07
1-4 Oforia Maximiser
Producer, Written-By – Ofer Dikovski*
7:38
1-5 Conspiracy Theory (2) Project Oblivion
Producer, Written-By – Jean Borelli, Sid Shanti
8:51
1-6 Super Skunk Planet Bliss
Producer, Written-By – Super Skunk
6:12
1-7 Infernal Machine The Loin Sleeps Tonight
Producer, Written-By – Muttley (3), Walter Ego
8:13
1-8 Slide Alien Hitmen
Producer, Written-By – Pete Martin
8:07
1-9 Aeon (3) Osho
Producer, Written-By – Max Chapados
6:44
1-10 Alien Mutation vs Indigo Egg Cloudhopping
Producer, Written-By – J. Stephenson*, M. Hillier*
8:24
2-1 Quietman The Sleeper (Man With No Name Remix)
Producer – Friends, Lovers And Family*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Man With No NameWritten-By – Laurence Elliot-Potter*, Wilf Frost
7:34
2-2 Shiva Shidapu Power Of Celtic
Producer, Written-By – Eriz Aizen*, Jörg Kessler
8:55
2-3 Astral Projection Soundform
Producer, Written-By – Avi Nissim, Lior Perlmutter
8:14
2-4 Cosmosis Moonshine
Producer, Written-By – B. Halsey*
9:47
2-5 The Green Nuns Of The Revolution* Klunk
Producer, Written-By – Richard Trevor*, Matt Coldrick, Neil Cowley
9:06
2-6 Hallucinogen Gamma Goblins Part 2
Producer, Written-By – Simon Posford
8:48
2-7 Juan* & Domi* & Jörg* Spiritual Healing (Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Juan VerderaRemix, Producer [Additional] – Domi Pastor, Jörg Kessler
10:51
2-8 Sun Project* Spaceships & Spacepeople
Producer, Written-By – H-Man McCoy, M.A. Manichelli*
7:28
2-9 Chi-a.d. Astral Warrior
Producer, Written-By – Dave Young (2)
7:40

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"The Best Of Goa-Trance & Psychedelic Techno"

Compiled and arranged at Real Studios Madrid/Spain. Mastered at Ganesha Studios. Special thanx to Lago "Goa-Long" Lamborghini, all GOA-People in Southern Europe, especially Geli & Gila and The Eurofighters of Schalke 04 - Party on !!!

Track 2-9 has the whole beatless intro (1:46) cut off.

Distributed in Germany by: DA-Music
Distributed in Austria by ECHO-ZYX Music GmbH
Distributed in Switzerland by: K-TL International (CH AG)

Packaged in an 8-panel digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 4025905600250
  • Barcode (Text): 4 025905 600250
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DA 56023-2-1 P+O-37592-A2 04-98
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DA 56023-2-2 P+O-37593-A2 04-98
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3J01
  • Label Code: LC 7467
  • Price Code: PC:82

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Joseph_S

Joseph_S

October 25, 2005
edited over 7 years ago

This is probably the best volume from the old Goa Head series and surely one of the best compilations of the genre ever. Some tracks are described below.

The Delta’s opening track. A futuristic track released in 1997 but will not sound dated in 2017 ;)

Andreas Kruger’s “Downhill V.2”. Remixed by Massimo Vivona, the track is exactly Vivona’s style – progressive, quiet, slowly building yet irresistibly groovy.

Next comes “Spiritual Healing” by The Muses Rapt, the perfect morning track. On disc 2 we find a remix by Juan, Domi & Jorg. The remix sounds very much alike but it has a long intro. I prefer the remix to the original since the latter starts abruptly.

Simon Posford & Richard Trevor of the Green Nuns of the Revolution give us “The Loin Sleeps Tonight”. It starts with some funny singing as if by some drunk but suddenly the chant is swamped by loads of ”hallucinogenic” sounds. You know what it means when Hallucinogen is involved ;)

The late Jake Stephenson together with the underestimated ambient genius Matt Hillier give us “Cloudhopping”. This track starts with a soft ambient synth, more melodic layers are gradually added and a mid-tempo beat slowly drops. This track is taken from the overlooked ambient album Microcosmacrocosm.

Disc 2 opens with a M.W.N.M. remix of Quietman’s “The Sleeper”, again another remix with that super recognizable Martin Freeland sound. Next comes “Power Of Celtic” by Shiva Shidapu, a collaboration between Erez Aizen of Infected Mushroom and DJ Jorg. Don't let the Scottish bagpipe put you off :)

Following are Astral Projection and Cosmosis. If you don't know the Cosmosis track then you don't know Goa ;) The Green Nuns of the Revolution give us another generic acidic track of their's, “Klunk”, named after the mechanic and inventor of gizmos of the Wacky Races cartoon :) You can hear Klunk's voice sampled in it.

Hallucinogen is next with “Gamma Goblins 2”. This version has more sound layers than the original, and samples not just the melody of some goblin film/cartoon but also their voices and sounds. Super favourite of mine!

Disc finishes with another perfect morning track by CHI A.D.; “Astral Warrior”. This is one of the most powerful Goa tracks I know, and the remix (found on Goa Head 6 amongst) is in my opinion better. Only drawback here is that all intro is cut off to fit to disc :(

Everything else here is worth checking. You surely get your money back for this.
Psilocybin

Psilocybin

December 14, 2002

THE best goa-head comp. most of those songs here should be on goa classix instead. cd 1 The Muses Rapt : Spiritual Healing great song with nice tunes with harmony Beautiful Track. Infernal Machine : The Lion Sleeps Tonight. love this song one of the best from Walter Ego (AKA S. POSFORD?) the voice sample in the beginning is Fucking great (Make me laugh every time)CD 2.Starts with a nice relax track Quietman : The Sleeper (Man With No Name Rmx). Shiva Shidapu : Power Of Celtic is a classic from i-zen fom Infected Mushroom and Jörg kessler. Hallucinogen : Gamma Goblins Part 2 This track is one of the best made by Simon but i better like Gamma Goblin part 1. overall 9.5/10 PS. i bought this CD 2 years ago but i still listen to it.