Various ‎– Pulse 8 ...The Next Millennium

Sub Terranean ‎– GTN 1006.25, GTN (Global Trance Network) ‎– GTN 1006.25
Pulse (2) – 8
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-1 Intact Instinct Orchestral Offender
Written-By, Producer – Marcus Carp, Peter "Mahasuka" Hollenbach*, Stefan Hübner
1-2 Voodoo People 240 V
Written-By, Producer – Paul Jackson (6)
1-3 Son Kite Knob Adjustment
Written-By, Producer – Marcus Henriksson, Sebastian Mullaert
1-4 Koxbox Six Cells
Written-By, Producer – Frank È*, Ian Ion
1-5 The Delta Delter Skelter
Written-By, Producer – Eberhard Schulz, Marcus C. Maichel, Nils Paschen*
1-6 Spirallianz Fast Forward
Written-By, Producer – Arne Schaffhausen, Wayan Raabe
1-7 XV Kilist Vielleicht
Written-By, Producer – Kilian Horvath
1-8 Etnica The Dominator
Written-By, Producer – Andrea Rizzo, Maurizio Begotti, Max Lanfranconi
1-9 Tarsis Millenium
Written-By, Producer – Linus Wessel, Sebastian Krüger
2-1 Earth The Quest
Written-By, Producer – Boris Blenn, DJ Sangeet
2-2 Jupiter 8000 Saturn
Written-By, Producer – Boris BlennWritten-By, Producer [Uncredited] – Daniel Vernunft
2-3 Sun Project* Luna
Written-By, Producer – H-Man McCoy, M.A. Menichelli*
2-4 Noma Nothing Was Working
Written-By, Producer – Magnus Andersson
2-5 Atmos So Nice You Name It Twice
Written-By, Producer – Thomasz Balicki*
2-6 P. Rex* Spectrophonic
Written-By, Producer – S. Sillfors*, Magnus Andersson
2.7 Tristan Dreamtime
Written-By, Producer – Tristan
2-8 Human Blue Travelling
Written-By, Producer – Dag Wallin
2-9 Element Believe
Written-By, Producer – Dieter Gerbe, Marc Engemann

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Durations on cover are not accurate.
CD1 Total Time: 70:25
CD2 Total Time: 73:55

Comes in an 8-panel digipak with black CD trays.
℗ & © 2000 Sub Terranean
Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 413356 739114
  • Barcode (String): 5413356739114
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): GTN 1006.25-1 P+O-46502-A1 01-00
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): GTN 1006.25-2 P+O-46503-B2 01-00
  • Rights Society: GEMA



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April 15, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

Thank God for diversity. Or DJ Alex for compiling this set! With their length I like double CD compilations to offer a broad perspective of talented contemporary acts and DJ Alex is doing just that showcasing some nice 2000 acts.

CD1 offers psychedelic trance (Koxbox, Etnica), tech-trance (The Delta, Spirallianz) and early progressive in a variety of shapes. Intact Instinct opens with Orchestral Offender. A long, held back journey bearing reminiscences to then Iboga. Voodoo People I don’t know what to call but it certainly is insisting. Son Kite comes like a lead & gasoline cock-tail with killer production. With Koxbox the psychedelic part starts. Truth be told Six Cells is not one of my favourites from the Danish psy pioneers but KB is always good for a challenge. Next up is The Delta with Delta Skelter. Talk about production skills ... Spirallianz has the follow up duty and does so by opening the basement door and taking us one step closer to Lucifer. Holy Christ, what was that? XV Kilist is cheerier (well, duh) but doesn’t grab me as much. Likewise Etnica is challenging. And Tarsis closes CD1 dramatically with the promisingly titled Millennium. A respectable CD1 if not overwhelming.

CD2 opens with The Quest which is ... well, that and an invitation to dance. Jupiter 8000 borders the planetary system with Saturn and offers another dance floor friendly tune I think will go down well with the ladies. Positively vibed with intersections it offers something for grace & gaze. Shake that booty, Mama! In the interplanetary spirit Sun Project takes us to Luna. Not bad but I like Noma even more. Besides, from Noma and on the remainder has a great flow of proggy and minimal. I love challenging, dark trance at the right hour but most of the time I am in the mood for head on dancing without too much thinking and Noma, P. Rex, Tristan and Human Blue offers this trip. Hell, even Atmos joins us for the ride and Element closes in style with one of the strongest tracks here. My favourite part of the ride.

So, there you have it. Ups and downs P8 The Next Millennium offers a broad selection of trance acts anno 2000. For the most part it will appeal to the tech trance and/or progressive trance follower and validate a safe purchase. There are no bad tracks per se and I found particularly CD2 has a smooth flow. On the other hand, if you already have double CD compilations sticking out your ears this probably won’t change your life.