Various ‎– Trance Atlantic

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1-01 Space Time Continuum* 101 South Of Heaven
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Jonah Sharp
7:22
1-02 God Within Conjure Bass Bass (While The Double Agents Lurk)
Bass [Electric] – Greg VaughnEngineer – Mark VGuitar – Dave ShulProducer [Additional Production] – Gavin HardkissProducer, Written-By – Scott Hardkiss
4:27
1-03 Im.mortal Music Slam Dance
Producer, Written-By – Carl Craig
6:01
1-04 Yennek Dancing Tides
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Kenny Larkin
5:39
1-05 Aux 88 Phantom Power
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Tommy Hamilton (2)Producer, Written-By – Anthony HortonWritten-By – Keith Tucker
7:52
1-06 Dan Curtin Round Trip
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Dan Curtin
6:20
1-07 Mark Gage Rex Me Fecu 7:15
1-08 Damon Wild Red Moon
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Damon Wild
7:12
1-09 Joey Beltram Back Porch
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Joey Beltram
4:45
1-10 Storm (2) Acts Of Worship
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Steve Stoll
6:37
1-11 Mike Dearborn Atmosphere 16
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Mike Dearborn
5:39
1-12 DJ Skull Flicker
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – R Maney*
5:41
2-01 Meat Beat Manifesto Simulacra Part 1
Producer, Mixed By, Engineer, Written-By – Jack Dangers
7:22
2-02 Himadri Trace
Producer, Written-By – Himadri
4:26
2-03 Plastikman Hump
Producer, Written-By – Richie Hawtin
5:25
2-04 Hawke I Have Her
Engineer – Solar Disc Turbo ChargerProducer – Gavin HardkissWritten-By – G Bieber*
9:48
2-05 Nev Chewy Soulmate, Someday
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Tim Prezzano
6:15
2-06 Black Balls Clap Ya Hands (Remix Acid)
Engineer, Remix – Ian TregoningProducer – Black BallsRemix – Les Lawrence*Written-By – Adonis, Chip E*, Farley*
9:02
2-07 Infiniti Martians At Work
Engineer, Written-By – Juan AtkinsProducer – Infiniti
5:25
2-08 Born Under A Rhyming Planet Blop
Producer, Written-By – Jamie Hodge
5:47
2-09 Thomas Barnett Let There Be Light
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Thomas Barnett
8:01
2-10 Eddie 'Flashin'' Fowlkes* Lodge Freeway
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – Eddie Fowlkes
5:19
2-11 Mazdaratti Pulverized
Engineer – Nile GrieflandProducer [Vintage Track], Written-By – Fred Giannelli
4:02
2-12 Genesis P-Orridge & Psychic TV Mindfeeled
Co-producer, Mixed By [Additional] – Genesis P-OrridgeProducer, Mixed By – Larry ThrasherWritten-By – G P-Orridge*, L Thrasher*
7:37

Notes

Track 1-05 is misspelled as "Phatom Power" on the CD case and in the booklet.

"24 exclusive tracks - 2 CDs - 192 page guide"

Distributed by Total via BMG (UK) Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5018524081622
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DAMONT TA 01 CD CDM01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DAMONT TA 01 CD PT-2 CDM01

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
talp1 Various Trance Atlantic(4xLP, Comp, Ltd) Volume talp1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
WT-739 Various Trance Atlantic(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Western Thunder Records WT-739 Ukraine 1995 Sell This Version

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kentandrew

kentandrew

August 31, 2008

The first disc has two songs that are stellar. Spacetime continuum displays his typical talents of using soft pings and reverberated pongs to give a holophonic effect. The better composition is Dancing tides. Yennek, aka Kenny Larkin, produces this lush, jazzy breakbeat symphony (with a sax!). It is much better than his Azymuth productions.

On the second disc, Plastikman, suprisingly offers something more than percussion. A slow, dubby roller with an un-acidic tb-303 line, he grooves and gives like the other funky Detroit boys. To beat him, you need Eddie Fowlkes. Lodge freeway has maybe a little too much energy, but I think the influence is from the Berlin scene at that time.

Lesser but still pleasant tracks include those from Aux 88 and Born under a rhyming planet. Phantom power is slow, soulful, and electro-tinged. Blop is kind of like a mid-phase Matthew Herbert orchestra of household objects coming to life and tapping or bouncing away in a barely melodic manner.
The book is even more fun to read, as Richie Hawtin tells you which brand of apple juice is the best (I tried them and he's right).