Various ‎– The Transmission CD

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Secret Records ‎– SECT CD 002
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1 The Secret Tribe! (Transmit Mix)
Producer – Bagg, Tingey, Young (4)
4:17
2 Pablo Gargano One Time
Producer – Pablo Gargano
7:54
3 DJ Oberon Brainwave
Producer – D. Randall*, L. Spaulding*, N. Cain*
5:56
4 Pendragon Acid People
Featuring – TaffricanProducer – Choci, D. Kiwanuka*, M. Sinclair*
9:06
5 Lab 4 Dreamland
Producer – Lab 4
8:14
6 Cybernaut 7 Zark 7
Producer – Cybernaut
6:49
7 OOOD* Roll Another Rifa
Producer – C. Bennun*, N. Bradbury*, S. Callaghan*
7:48
8 O.D.404* Skycab
Producer – Dektronik Dom, Superfast Oz
6:15
9 Unitone Rockers Sun Arise (Mr. OZ & Larry Lush Remix)
Producer – D. Clayton*, M. Perry*Remix – Mr. OZ & Larry LushVocals – Steel*
9:00
10 DJ Remould Dimension
Producer – DJ Remould
4:58

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Notes

Compilation from UK clubnight Transmission.

From the back cover:
"A compilation of the very best slammin' trance & uplifting techno from the cream of the UK undergound"

Track 9 has it's remix credit not written on the back cover but does so in the booklet.

Even though phonographic- and regular copyright is credited to Secret Records most tracks have a licensing credit mentioned in the booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5034157000229
  • Barcode (Text): 5 034157 000229
  • Matrix / Runout: SECTCD002 CDP UK LTD
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L041

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laughing-gor

laughing-gor

September 5, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

Although some of the synth leads have definitely not aged well, this compilation doesn't really deserve its low rating on here.

If you can find it at a good price, it's a more than adequate alternative to the often grossly-overpriced Escape From Samsara compilations.

This CD is another example of the 1990s Samsara/Pendragon sound, and is ideal for those of us who were regulars at those nights back in the day, and are looking for a bit of nostalgia.

Not quite as essential as the "Sound Of The Hoover" series, or the EFS compilations, but still worth looking out for.

Definitely not worth paying £18 for, though. Who pays these prices??

And you may prefer to skip Track 9, which is is complete and utter tripe.