Various ‎– Peace For The Wicked

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Tantrumm Records ‎– OSTANCD 001, Osom Music ‎– OSTANCD 001
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CD, Compilation
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Credits

  • Artwork By – Danny & Allan

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(C) & (P) Osom Music, Tantrumm Records

Released in Digipak.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OSTANCD 001 Various Peace For The Wicked(9xFile, MP3, Comp, RE, 320) Osom Music OSTANCD 001 Russia 2013

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Gravato

Gravato

April 13, 2008

I like roller-coasters, but this compilation is even better.
Incredibly full of well synchronized unpredictable turns, ups and downs, several kinds of clean pleasent electronic sounds, fast technics like funny explosions, and then one more turn. It proved to me that is possible to make powerfull dance music which can be appreciated at home as a top classical composition (and whatelse can you ask, besides having these two?). There aren't many psy-trance artists capable of doing this kind of brain-stimulation since their main focus is usually the bass beat, while Kindzadza and Psykovsky are both careul not to do some simple sample and repeat it for 7 minutes; each of their piece of music is well orchestrated (and you can easly notice the classical music influences) so you can find one good detail, that you hadn´t noticed before, every time you listen to it, making it a long-term song. This is my favorite kind of trance. Twisted-dark full of stimulations, coming from everywhere, not letting you know where it´s going next and keeping a line of logic in the same time, giving you space to imagination.
Urkult

Urkult

March 25, 2008

Nice post-darkcore artist. He deals so much on atmospheric soundscapes, while keeping that overwhelming doubled
or even tripled bassline that has become a standard in the Dark Trance scene.
I mean he got that different step from the alternative speedy-pumped trance: it's not only high paced bass synths here...
It's a sort of Dark Ambiances. Recommended if you become aware that some scene releases are getting similar,
so nastly similar that can be annoying. Seen live is a matter of last man standing, I mean it is a strong experience:
you get involved so much for he's attention in both rythmic and atmospheric parts, melted in a unique way.