Various ‎– Hypnotrance (The Intergalactic Hard Trance Collection)

Arcade ‎– 88 0024 8
2 × CD, Compilation

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Marusha Go Ahead (Straight Ahead Mix)
Written-By – Jankuhn*, Marusha Gleiss*
1-2 Flying Frogs Dayflight
Written-By – JD8*, Roger H*
1-3 Alien Factory Tomorrow
Written-By – Henning*, Muller*
1-4 303 Abuse Approach Phase
Written-By [Uncredited] – 303 Abuse
1-5 Space Cube Suddenly...!
Written-By – Pooley*, Gerlach*
1-6 Cyclo S9* Feat. Search&Destroy* The Masterplan
Featuring – Search&Destroy*Written-By – Biochip C*
1-7 Euphonic State Life Anthem
Written-By – B. Parsons*, C. Gallagher*, M. Steeds*
1-8 Liquid Bass Music 4 The People
Written-By – Liquid Bass
1-9 Tempodrom The Tempodrom
Written-By – Poszgay*, Linge*
1-10 Cryptic Diffusion II* Truncated Cone
Written-By – Schabinger*, Winter*
1-11 Casseopaya Overdose
Written-By – T. Wacker*
1-12 Infrequent Oscilation Traxx* Burning Phibes
Written-By – Jagerzewsk*
1-13 Next Fashion Orgasm (Remix)
Written-By – A. Gregl*, J. Vaughan*, S. Sanders*
1-14 Acrid Abeyance H.A.P.P.Y.
Written-By – Bleekman*, Driessen*
1-15 Raver's Nature Return Of Fame
Written-By – Bogota*, Ferrari*, Ströbel*
1-16 X-Dream Feat. Planet B.E.N. The 5th Dimension
Featuring – Planet B.E.N.Producer [Uncredited] – Rough & RushWritten-By [Uncredited] – X-Dream
2-1 Miss Djax Electricity
Written-By – Sleegers*
2-2 DJ Hooligan Culture
Written-By – Tomic Zek*
2-3 Timeless Spice (Timelesspace Mix)
Written-By – Timeless
2-4 Padre Terra El Diabolo
Written-By – Antonio Nunzio Catania*, Ingo Kays
2-5 Alien Factory Destiny
Written-By – Henning*, Muller*
2-6 Robotnico Machina Nera
Written-By – Nico D'Acido
2-7 Cardiac Infarction Flying (Ba-Da-Da)
Written-By – Marx*, Driessen*, Korn*
2-8 Holographic V* Vanaeph
Written-By – Bout*
2-9 AapogeE The Force (Come To The Darkside Mix)
Written-By – AapogeE
2-10 Bio Phobith Feat. Search&Destroy* Madonna
Featuring – Search&Destroy*Written-By – Biochip C*
2-11 Unknown Structure II* Helixcoid
Written-By – Unknown Structure
2-12 Sub-Stance Urban Sea
Written-By – Biz*, Don Lite
2-13 Coloured Vision Tube Screamer
Written-By – B. Ruth*, S. Oster*
2-14 Bio Phobith 01* Feat. Search&Destroy* It's A Kind Of Magic
Featuring – Search&Destroy*Written-By – Biochip C*
2-15 Fortress (2) Orphean
Written-By – Vermeulen*
2-16 Ilsa Gold Silke II - Süchtig
Written-By – Just*, Votava*
2-17 Frozen Orange Project Stop Racism
Written-By – C. Kowatsch*, I. Kunzi*
2-18 Paragon Everything Was Legal
Written-By – Kohlbeckrer*

Companies, etc.


Track 1-4 inlay credits goes to "Claudius Debold".
Artist 1-5 listed as "Space Cube Kool Killer III".
Track 1-13 listed as "Error remix"
Track 1-14 listed as "Exposure Track"
Track 1-16 listed as "The 5th Demension" and inlay credit goes to "Vermeulen".
Track 2-3 listed as "Timeless Spice - Timelesspace Mix".
Track 2-4 listed as "Ordenator"
Title 2-8 listed as "Vaneaph" on inlay.
Track 2-9 listed as "The Force - Aapogee (Come To The Darksidemix)".
Title 2-11 listed as "Helixoid".
Title 2-16 listed as "Sûchtig Silke II".

Total time: 72:26 + 76:40

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 014548 002484
  • Barcode (Scanned): 014548002484
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): 1-8800248 22 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): 2-8800248 11 A1
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 5896
  • Price Code: PC 04

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
99 0220 6, 99 022 06 Various Hypnotrance (The Intergalactic Hard Trance Collection)(2xCD, Comp) Arcade, Arcade 99 0220 6, 99 022 06 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
none Various Hypnotrance(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Not On Label none Bulgaria 1994 Sell This Version


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July 21, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

This is one of my old time favourites from 1994. A year when hardcore started evolving into a real sound and this album greatly contributed to that!
However this cd is called "Intergalactic Hard trance Collection" this cd contains a lot of early hardcore, it is an excellent mix between early hardcore and hard(er)trance. Next to the hardcore tracks, the hard-trance tracks are of excellent quality too. Not one single poor track you will find on this cd. It’s worth all your money! I can play this cd over and over and never get bored, but this is personal, a lot of good cheerful memories rise when i'm playing these disc.

One of my personal favourites is track number 7 "Euphonic State - Life Anthem" which is a building up with a trancy tune which get's a heavy pounding kick in the ass, it's a bit psychedelic.. Really hot! Also "Raver's Nature - Return Of Fame" is a heavy trance pounder with a lot of feeling in it. I really wish people would still make more tracks like this nowadays. Tracks like these made my interest in hard-trance raise but unfortunately the style is at the end of existence after a period all those people forgot about it due the highly evolving hardcore scene which taken all the credits during time.

I remember from my early years i listened the 2nd Part of The Intergalactic Hard Trance Collection full of expectance but this really disappointed me. I was kind of sad when i listened the following parts hoping the same style would be selected but no, it was only soft trance. I have not even bothered to listen the compilations after the 5th edition, it was all the same soft shit.
I fear people who bought or listened the following parts and never heard this 1st part of the collection will not buy this one if they think it's all the same kinda music on these 2 cd’s.
If you are a early hardcore lover and you like some heavy early hard trance too you should definatly check this cd compilation !!


August 17, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

Very good quality hardtrance/rave on this double cd with tracks from (mostly German) known and unknown artists. To bad that after the second cd ID&T took over and changed it into a series of trance cd's not worth listening to.

This cd is in my collection now for over ten years and it still is a cd I often listen to. Most tracks are very decently composed and I would almost say that the 'new hardtrance' producers should take an example by this album.

Weiderst track on the cd is that of Ilsa Gold, with piched-up german women singing under a distorted bassline and a young man's voice telling a story about 'Silke', a giril who is addicted (suchtig in German) to drugs.