Various ‎– TIP Singles 2

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TIP Records ‎– TIPCD16
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TIP Singles – 2
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1 Psychopod Universal Mind
Written-By, Producer – Frank'e'*, Ian Orion*
9:41
2 Synchro Human Oscillator
Written-By, Producer – Jeroen Van Garling
6:53
3 Laughing Buddha Karma
Written-By, Producer – B.Halsey*, J Van Kampen*
7:32
4 Doof Weird Karma
Written-By, Producer – Nick Barber
7:22
5 The Infinity Project Hyperspaced
Engineer [Uncredited] – DoofWritten-By [Uncredited] – N. Barber*Written-By, Producer – G. Wood*, Raja Ram
6:38
6 Synchro See Ya Later Oscillator
Written-By, Producer – Jeroen Van Garling
7:44
7 Hallucinogen Soothsayer
Written-By, Producer – S .Posford*
7:55
8 The Deviant S.T.C.
Written-By, Producer – Byzught, H. Munch*, J.D. Jensen, S. Souque*
10:17
9 Snake Thing Scorch
Written-By, Producer – Nik Taylor*
10:03

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Notes

Credit for Nick Barber and his alias Doof are not explicitly mentioned for Hyperspaced but liner notes state that track is sourced from the Alien Airport single.

Total time: 74:05
This compilation (P)&(C) 1997 TIP Records
Distribution by Pinnacle > Export by Flying

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 032531 000162
  • Barcode (String): 5032531000162
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2): TIPCD16 :· MASTERED BY DOCDATA
  • Other (Variant 1 Mould Ring Area): none
  • Other (Variant 2 Mould Ring Area): A33

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TIPLP16 Various TIP Singles 2(3x12", Comp) TIP Records TIPLP16 UK 1997 Sell This Version
ST 458-2 Various TIP Singles 2(CD, Comp) Polstar Records ST 458-2 Poland 1997 Sell This Version
ST 458-4 Various TIP Singles 2(Cass, Comp) Polstar Records ST 458-4 Poland 1997 Sell This Version

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SkeletonMan

SkeletonMan

June 8, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Having a thing for Laughing Buddha's Karma I am somewhat biased with this album, but the sample in this track does something to my brain. Perhaps reminiscent of something I heard in my infancy it sucks me right in, and I'm still hoping one day I'll be able to let the sample trip me through the entire track. An essential tune in my book.

Anyway, I mention this bias already here, because apart from this track, Psychopod's Universal Mind, and Infinity Project's Hyperspaced, I find this album overall rather average. But, sure, taste is taste, and I can hear how some people will dig Doof's Weird Karma or Hallucinogen's Soothsayer. They just never rock my boat big time... but then, Hallucinogen never really has :o). Also, I don't see that much in a track like Synchro's See Ya Later Oscillator. It sounds almost like something made for a laugh. Deviant's 10 minutes long S.T.C. also leaves me somewhat unfulfilled, whereas closing track Scorch is 10 minutes of outright noise. Obviously, a last minute filler the world could have done without.

Summarizing, T.I.P. followers will most likely find another good reason here for why it is they faithfully follow(ed) T.I.P. Newcomers, on the other hand, might wanna give other, less hyped label compilations a go before they pay the extra dough for a T.I.P. release. Series like Goa Vibes and Psychedelic Vibes from Trust In Trance comes to mind.