Various ‎– United World Of Dance For Party People: Psi-Trance

United World Of Dance ‎– 250007, Music Avenue ‎– 250007
CD, Compilation

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1 Astral Projection Let There Be Light
Written-By – A. Nissim*, L. Perlmutter*, Y. Haviv*Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Lior Perlmutter
2 MFG Shape The Future
Producer, Mixed By – MFGWritten-By – A. Segal*, G. Zukrel*
3 Phreaky The Second Moon
Written-By – A. Algranati*, D. Psaras*, M. Goren*, O. Dikovsky*
4 Oforia Big Bang
Written-By – O. Dikovsky*
5 Xerox & Freeman Getafreak
Producer – Doron Kosovski, Moshe KenanWritten-By – D. Kosovski*, M. Kenan*
6 Astral Projections* & MFG The Sleeper Must Awake
Producer – Avi Nissim, Guy ZukrelWritten-By – A. Nissim*, G. Zukrel*
7 Power Source Goaway
Written-By – N. Bit*, N. Mishali*, S. Shwarzmann*
8 Mystica Orly's Remix
Written-By – A. Peer*, C. Ben-Moha*, J. Master*
9 Shidapu Featuring Hipirion* Stay Strong
Featuring – Hipirion*Written-By – E. Eizen*, M. Litbak*, O. Kislev*, R. Sason*



This compilation produced for release for Phonokol Ltd. & United World Of Dance, a division of Music Avenue.

Design: Didier Scohier for ArtCore

Track 5 is titled "Gata Freak"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 413992 500079
  • Rights Society: OSA/BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: 4241.3026-2


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February 22, 2008
For some reason I really like this compilation. There is a flood of compilations and, classic labels aside, you never know what you’re gonna get when a new compilation arrives. This one lands really good.

Sure, they go with some safe bets. Astral Projection is represented twice with Let There Be Light and The Sleeper Must Awake. Two tracks you can find on a gazillion releases. Power Source supplies Goaway. On a 103 albums and counting. Oh well, who minds hearing them again :o). But it’s from the unknown acts the real cream comes. Phreaky is pure old skool deep goa from the top drawer. Bloody, freaking amazing track. Xerox & Freeman plays it almost tech-trance on a waving hands Goa high happy I’ll joint any time. Orly’s Remix from Mystica continues in Xerox & Freeman’s spirit. Yeah, I like! Sure, happy passages but check out the energy. Full On in it’s original form.

I knew there was a reason to get this album for nothing.


October 25, 2005
edited over 8 years ago

This compilation is like a showcase of Israeli Trance at its best. Look at the artist lineup: Astral Projection, MFG, Power Source, Phreaky and Oforia. "Newcommers" Xerox & Freeman show us how full-on originally began sometime in 1998. I also like the end track by Shidapu and Hyperion. The lead melody might seem too dated and simple at first listen but after a while it will become addictive.

Mastering is not top notch here but this compilation is surely worth checking.