Infected Mushroom ‎– Deeply Disturbed

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YoYo Records (2) ‎– YOYO CS05
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1 Deeply Disturbed (Edit)
Guitar [Additional] – Berry Sakharof
3:50
2 Deeply Disturbed (Yahel Remix)
Guitar [Additional] – Berry SakharofProducer [Remix] – Yahel Sherman*Remix – Yahel
7:33
3 Deeply Disturbed (Violet Vision Remix)
Guitar [Additional], Vocals – Berry SakharofProducer [Remix] – Jonathan Dagan, Shay RavivRemix – Violet Vision
6:10
4 Deeply Disturbed
Guitar [Additional] – Berry Sakharof
8:22
5 Drop Out
Guitar [Guitars] – Dan Lavi (Crazy D)*
5:23

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Digital Mastering @ Infected Studio.
Sleeve at DandD Studio.

BPM's: 1: 145 BPM / 2: 137 BPM / 3: 134 BPM / 4: 145 BPM / 5: 90 BPM.

Tracks 4 & 5 taken from the album "Converting Vegetarians"

℗ & © 2003 BNE Ltd./ YOYO Records, Israel

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PKS

PKS

October 18, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
Amit Duvdevani and Erez Aizen (Infected Mushroom) has always surprised all of us with new innovative music all the way from the banging psytrance in The Gathering (1999), the fantastic classical music in Classical Mushroom (2000), the full on sound in B.P.Empire (2001) and the rock influenced Berry Sakharof Birthday cd single (2002). Here they give us a little taste of Converting Vegetarians album.

The first version we get here is a short version. It starts off with the guitar of Berry Sakkarof. The sound of his guitar has really become one of Infected Mushrooms trade marks. Then the banging trance rhythms starts pumping together with vocals by Amit Duvdevani! Yes, Amit has started singing in their tracks lately, and that`s in my opinion a bad thing. They have twisted his voice a lot, but I really don`t like that kind of singing in trance. The rest sounds okay, but the vocals sort of ruins it. Track 2 is a remix by Yahel. I have actually decided to not buy any releases with Yahel on it, but since the man has suddenly showed up on TIP.World compilations and now this, it seems like I don`t have a choice! He is like a cheesy virus that has crawled into the psytrance, for only one reason; to earn money out of it and make a commercial light stick vibe. I haven`t liked any of his releases yet, so maybe it`s time he goes back to where he belong, to Perfecto? He gives us his cheesy version of this track. The third version we get here is a remix by another Israeli group, Violet Vision (Jonathan Dagan and Shay Raviv). They came as a really positive surprise in 2001, with their debut album First Sign Of Communication. A really innovative album, with influences by all kinds of music and artists like Ozric Tentacles etc. Here they give us a heavy big beat version of the track. If you still are not tired of the big beat that ruled the world in the beginning of the nineties, this sure is good. Big beat in a new form, cool dancing to and nice for home listening. Then finally in track 4 on this cd single, we get the album version of the Deeply Disturbed track. Not among my favourite Infected tracks, but this will for sure rock the out door parties at sunrise, at least in Israel. If they had cut out the vocals, it would have been much better. The last track on this cd single is another track, called Drop Out. The Converting Vegetarians album is a double cd, with one chilled cd and one with banging trance. This Drop Out track is a taste of the chill cd. Here you get the prove that Infected Mushroom goes new directions all the time. I actually like the strange Gollum vocals in this track. Besides the dubby rhythms and the vocals you get a lot of beautiful guitar in this one too. I have never heard anything like it! Very strange music, but I like it.

This cd single resulted in two thoughts for me. That I still can really look forward to the new Infected Mushroom releases, and that I will still stay away from Yahel releases.
snille

snille

March 11, 2003
Too bad - this record does not meet the standard of the first three albums. It's more in style of the record they made together with the Israeli rock singer Berry Sakharof, "Birthday".