Various ‎– Trance Ambient

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Vox Lumania ‎– P2 53956, Priority Records ‎– P2 53956
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1 Native Budz Bruthas
Producer, Mixed By – Cc, G² (5), TFWritten-By – Campbell*, Gordon*, Fader*
7:02
2 Pandora's Box (3) Acoustic Acid
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – J. Wilmer*
4:32
3 Divine Assembly Of Light Inspired Stratospherical
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – D.A.L.I.*
5:50
4 Native Budz Telemetry
Producer, Mixed By – b tRUWritten By – Thompson/Fader/Campbell
6:14
5 Pandora's Box (3) India
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – J. Wilmer*
3:35
6 Crystalsphere Future Vision
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – C. Held*, R. Bakker*
8:29
7 Zon Chrome
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – M. Schmitz*
5:51
8 Gel (2) Overeasy
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – E. Wikman*, M. Lewis*
6:21
9 Lab Rat (2) Digitalia
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – E. Wikman*, J.D. Donaldson*
8:23
10 Crystalsphere Ambient= The Mind
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – B. Vogelaar*, C. Held*, R. Bakker*
7:04
11 Native Budz Trails & Tribeulations
Producer, Mixed By – Sonic Temple, b tRUWritten By – Thompson/Gordon/Paley
4:13

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Produced & mastered at Studio Vox Lumania
Manufactured & distributed by Priority Records Los Angeles.

℗ & © 1995 A Production of Vox Lumania

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July 26, 2009
This is one of the compilations released by this blossoming Los Angeles label, Vox Lumania. An offshoot of rap giant, Priority Records, Vox Lumania's mission was to bring dance music in several forms to the masses of America, a bold yet very worthwhile endeavor.

Despite Trance Ambient's rather misleading title the cuts on here are all quite good, half the music contained within is trance and the other half is more like trip-hop and mellow house with a dash of ambient dub. The artists are for the most part previously unheard of, although the rumor is that a number of well known artists appear under pseudonyms. The most impressive tracks are those by Native Budz, "Bruthas" being the compilation's title track which does an nice job of living up to it's claim of "sounding like marijuana," and contains some excellent and aggressive panning on the beats. "India" by Pandora's Box is a graceful, and charming mellow trip with some Asian influences. And of the trancier tracks, Zon's "Chrome" is very nice, but Crystalsphere's "Future Vision" is a load of bollocks. A bit of a mixed bag but the overall quality is better than average.