Vibrasphere ‎– Lime Structure

Digital Structures ‎– DIGCD010
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1 Soul Wire 3:04
2 Lemon Phase 8:31
3 Newport 8:54
4 Time Shifter 7:54
5 Manzanilla 9:02
6 Indian Summer 9:11
7 Purple Floating 10:36
8 Infusion 8:25
9 Silver Sun 7:52

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  • Barcode: 4 031345 401258

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DIGLP 010 Vibrasphere Lime Structure(2xLP, Album) Digital Structures DIGLP 010 Sweden 2003 Sell This Version
DIGCD010 Vibrasphere Lime Structure(CD, Album, Unofficial) Digital Structures (2) DIGCD010 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
none Vibrasphere Lime Structure(11xFile, MP3, 320) MusicDock none Germany 2006


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May 11, 2013
Quite predictable and repetitive sounds that bear nothing unique to listener, fairly overrated release.


March 24, 2012
For those who haven't discovered Vibrasphere, this album should be their starting point. It was mine back in 2004 when i grabbed it and got hooked on it. This was one of my first progressive trance albums, along Ticon's Aero and FREq's Strange Attractors - a true milestones in style. Let me put it this way - Lime Structure is your perfect multimood music, you feel like dancing - its tribal percussions and energetic beats will drive you all the way; you feel like chilling - its deep chords pads and spacey melodies will take you beyond... Vibrasphere had very successful carrier but i think that this album really brought their game on. Their Debut 'Echo' was more into Goa-Progressive area with faster tempos, but with Lime Structure they really defined how progressive trance should sound like. And now, almost 10 years after, still sounds clean and sharp as back in 2003. So, when i compare what is today considered to be progressive: a triple-bassed slowed down full on music with no creativity or musical diversity and dynamics, i really feel grateful that at some point people were doing music not for fame and money sake (although it eventually came by itself for Vibrasphere guys) and we will have these timeless beats hopefully echo for new some new people who appreciate unique electronic dance music. Thank you, Vibrasphere.

March 15, 2008
Great musical ideas, but the constant use of the kickdrum in all but the first track and the use of the same samples and synths in every single track makes this release seem very repetitive and uncreative. The first track is the best, and the rest do sound nice but the mood is inconsistent; some are more funky, others are more psychedelic. Overall this release is worth a listen or two, but it is not an essential must-have.


December 12, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

This album I have been less sure about. Let's start on a positive note. I really dig the artwork and the booklet. Nice and I wish we'd see this more often. The music? Let me put it like this; Track 5 Manzanilla gives me the love munchies and instant desire to crash in the shade under a tree at a festival with a beatiful girl ... :o) This track is so chilling, filling & relaxing you just want to share the tranquility it provides with the opposite sex.

Which is also why I am a little insecure about the album. I guess this would be labelled progressive but I would much rather hear the first half of this album on the chill out stage. First and simply because many tracks here are downbeat. Secondly because even a faster track like Lemon Phase has a relaxing edge that sends me trancing within rather that dancing-out. To hear this track at a chill out stage at night?! It'd rock my butt of!

The second half of the cd provides faster tracks and I guess playing these at the chill out stage would be considered out inappropriate. Unfortunately, I am not 100 pct positive they would rock me at mainstage.

The verdict? Well, I have nothing against this album, but overall I guess it's not a favourite either. Still, if you like progressive you should check out this albun simply for the first half and its different type of progressive. If you want head-on progressive trance go for Son Kite instead.

In any case, be sure to get Manzanilla for the ladies ...


April 21, 2003

What to say... Lime Structure gives us 9 beauties from Vibrasphere. Progressive psytrance at its best. The entire album is utterly chilling though there are some uptempo trakcs as well, and a few that actually remind me of 'normal' progressive trance. Great album, and some great work on the cover and booklet of the cd as well.


April 6, 2003
The rhythm is designed and produced by clear and smooth sounds and this makes me shake my body and soul whenever i hear this record.One of my favourites in this style of trance(well it's many things together and not only trance ).
Lemon phase my favourite track.Makes me crack a smile.I f u like this try also
timetech's notes on plusquam .Visual paradox also .