Psychotropic ‎– Psychosis

02 Records ‎– 02 001
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


X Psychosis
Y State Of Mind


Track Y samples:
Vocal from The KLF - 3.A.M. Eternal


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July 20, 2019
Great track then and still sound sweet now. I first heard this on Fantasy F.M back in the day and the D.J was moaning about how he didnt have his latest records with him so had to use what he had. My friends and myself taped it whilst sharing 7 grams of speed on the 17th of some summer month so called the tape'whizzing on the 17th'. Sadly lost the tape but have most of the records so all good ,the one up above Hypnosis was also on it . Good times and great memory's.


November 13, 2017
I've always really liked Psychosis. It just puts me in a really good place every time. It's made in the typical Psychotropic formula in terms of the sounds incorporated. But it's the way the chords and pads progress throughout the song and how the relatively simple raw break and low end bass underpins the track together. With a slight melancholic edge, but with an air of uplifting, summery, exotic utopia felt with the use of the strings. Probably the classiest of Psychotropic's releases in my opinion, both in terms of production, arrangement, melody and ideas.


July 14, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
Both tracks are quality "back to mine" business. Both equally deliver a laid back jam that caresses the mind and soothes the body, easing you down slowly, but equally giving you cheeky peaks on the way. Outstanding tight 1990 production. Not a single midi trigger awry. A lot of thought went in to these, and it shows. Salute to Psychotropic. One of my faves - along with the hundreds of others ;)


April 20, 2017

Classic old school tune, with its breakbeat style loops, leading into a simple synth rift that, transforms through the track as it fades and filters up and down as other elements are introduced such as teh strings and slightly different synth loops.
Track has a deep laid back feel, absolutely fantastic tune.
If you enjoy this its worth checking out the other Psychotropic releases.


April 23, 2016

I first heard this on KISS FM London in 1990 and was totally blown away by the hypnotic nature of this track with its deep booming bass lines, deep organ riff and crunching beats. They don't make them like this anymore. Quality old vibes