Various ‎– Nine Worlds

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Yggdrasil Records ‎– YGGCD001
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CD, Compilation
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Notes

Comes in a digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8020667343557
  • Matrix / Runout: 1601939303
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI Z929
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT57

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Ankur303

Ankur303

April 30, 2019
Would buy it just for the Fragletrollet track! Such a funky track.

Anyone wants to sell/trade this CD, please contact. I should have some rarities to trade or can offer a decent price
psyt

psyt

March 10, 2009
Overall.. This is a fascinating release from well respected Yggdrasil Records. It's a journey through Nine Worlds of pleasure, enjoyment, fear, mocking paranoia and laughter. My absolute favorite tracks on this compilation is the first track by Hutti Heita which is super heavy and floating with a lot of sweet and meaningful sound effects, and Fragletrollets masterpiece which is filled with strange mysteries and an absurd attitude. The compilation does a real good job at making the album seem as one, as it is made with a theme in mind (Search Wikipedia: Yggdrasil – Nine Worlds)? without getting boring and repeating. This is especially present in the first half of the track, and it loses its hold on the storytelling flow around the last three tracks. For me it's important that the track has a soul, a story to be told, to be felt. And I'm very happy to say that there are only a couple of tracks on this gathering of worlds that seem to lack this quality. Its twilight and dark to suit the moon light that shines through the trees. It has a distinctive flavor within the more joyful twisted forest realms. Katastrof for me is the track I felt less connected to, it got a bit too stressful and depended too much on tiring sound effects and drive. The Norwindia track has a very twisted story and at times it seems lost in its own confusion of what to do and where to go. A playful tune of many stories with shifting beats and playful vibes, but a bit to schizophrenic I think. The Trold track didn't catch my attention as much as I expected it to do. But none the less it is a steady track with interesting samples and good groove. With my right hand on my heart I would say that this is the best release to represent a Norwegian psychedelic trance sound. It’s one of the best V/A’s I have yet to listen. All in all It's not boring Full-On, it's not boring Dark-Psy and it's not some lost trial of gathering cool tracks. It's a good twisted and psychedelic gathering of Nine tracks, Nine Worlds. I will recommend this for those of you who are after a new sound of forest hallucinations with a lot of trolls using humor and twists. Drink your mushroom tea and enjoy!

Total Score 9.18 / 10