Various ‎– Matsurhythm 1

Matsuri Productions ‎– MP CD 20
CD, Compilation

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1 Ubar Tmar Rhythmism 2 (Masa Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Ubar TmarRemix – Masa
2 Kinetic A.T.O.M. Borg Destroyer
Producer, Written-By – Andy Bolleshon, Martin Buttrich
3 ManMadeMan Feeler
Producer, Written-By, Recorded By – Paul Baguley, Sonya Bailey
4 Quirk Paradise Pills
Producer, Written-By, Engineer – Mark Allen, Tim Healey
5 Ree.K H.U.
Producer, Written-By – Rie Kurihara
6 Innersphere Vernal Equinox
Producer, Written-By – D. Hedger*, L. Edwards*
7 Groovy Intent Om Rock
Producer, Written-By – Miquette Giraudy, Steve Hillage
8 Innersphere Infernal Aftershock (Break Beat Mix)
Producer, Written-By – D. Hedger*, L. Edwards*
9 Ubar Tmar Eternal Return (Quirk Remix)
Producer, Written-By, Engineer – Takeshi IsogaiRemix – Quirk


  • Artwork By – Mark Neal

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 667557002026

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SPV-D 0622 Various Matsurhythm 1(CD, Comp) SPV Poland SPV-D 0622 Poland 1999 Sell This Version
MP CD 20 Various Matsurhythm 1(CD, Comp, Promo) Matsuri Productions MP CD 20 UK 1998 Sell This Version
SPV-D 0624 Various Matsurhythm 1(Cass, Comp) SPV Poland SPV-D 0624 Poland 1999 Sell This Version


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April 2, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
Track 1 is a nice opener to this compilation but nothing more.
Track 2 is a massive dance weapon against the Borg, lieb gemeint but realized consequently and analogically hard-edged, great old-school stuff.
Track 4 is funny psychedelic club trance as I would describe it.
Please forget about track 9, it is simply not worth listening to, a waste of your precious braincells.

However, you will find on this CD a piece which I heard first on a tape recording of the first (as far as I know) appearance of Tsuyoshi Suzuki as a DJ in Germany at the legendary O2->E party in Witten in the summer of 1994:
"Vernal Equinox" by INNERSPHERE is extra-terrestrial!
It builds up an atmosphere that is simply NOT to describe in words and it contains a sound-sample...a sound!...a disturbing multi-dimensional overwhelming breast-and-brain-evolving-morphogenetic sound that you will never forget when you have heard and experienced it once through dance.
This track has nothing to do with Goa or Trance or Techno, (the term which comes nearest to it may be "SURREALISTIC") and thereby stands for the exceptional grandeur of DJ Tsuyoshi who incorporated tracks into his sets that would leave the audience "polarized" but involved deeply.
Also I like track 5 very much which is another sphere in itself again. In a huge labyrinth of a deserted spacelab you enter from one room into another, floating in zero gravity and being rhythmically driven by the positive vibrations of glances through the small windows through which you can see some strange sun rising...