Various ‎– Infinity Hz 2

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EastWest ‎– AMCM-4319, Matsuri Productions Tokyo ‎– AMCM-4319
Series:
Infinity Hz – 2
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CD, Compilation
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1 Transwave Trashish (Brixton Remix)
Written-By, Producer, Recorded By – Christophe Drouillet*, Frederick Holyszewski*
9:57
2 Satori (3) Normal Existence?
Written-By, Producer – Peter Martin*, Sean Williams
8:38
3 Prana Boundless (Black Cat Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Andy Guthrie, Tsuyoshi Suzuki
8:47
4 Tim Schuldt Animatronic
Written-By, Producer – Tim Schuldt
10:00
5 Nervasystem Stardust
Written-By, Producer – Mark Dressler
10:52
6 Shaolin Wooden Men Locale Spider
Written-By, Producer – Shaolin Wooden Men
5:43
7 The Visitors (2) Capt'n Good Vibes
Written-By, Producer – Andrew Till, Ollie Olsen
7:17

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Notes

Created by Matsuri Productions.
This compilation ℗ 1997 Manufactured by East West Japan Inc., Tokyo, Japan. A Warner Music Group company. Made in Japan.

Track 3 recorded at Kiba Studio, London.
Tracks 6 and 7 licensed from Psy-Harmonics, published by Psy-Music / PolyGram Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AMCM-4319 MT A02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L261
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4436
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

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Nousagi

Nousagi

July 18, 2015
This is an amazing dark goa compilation from one of the most renowned labels in the genre. Right of the bat, we can see one of the most psychedelic artworks I have ever seen! It is so colourful, so full of life!

And inside, 7 twisted, dark and acidic tracks awaits us. The first three are all massive stompers that will do wonders on any dancefloor. Track 4 by Tim Schuldt starts pretty good as well, in vein with the rest, but then after minute 5, it deteriorates and turns chaotic, without a direction. Luckily, Nervasystem gets things back on track with its dark brooding slow build-up, engulfing you with its madness.

The last two tracks are quite interesting as they are not purely Goa. They are a mixture of a few styles but still in the same dark theme of the compilation. I would say you will either love them or hate them as they challenge the taste for the ordinary Goa listener. I personally find them quite refreshing and a good addition to an excellent CD.

Recommended for some dark experience with a Goa touch!