|A1||The Challenge (Part One)||7:53|
|A3||The Tides (They Turn)||11:23|
|B2||The Challenge (Part Two)||7:35|
|B3||The Key (Version)||6:21|
- Liner Notes –
- Performer [Psychic Warriors Involved In This Project Were] – , , ,
- Producer, Mixed By – ,
Main artist is written PWOG on front of sleeve, Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia on spine.
Made in Belgium
Made in Belgium
- Barcode (Text): 7 28182 10651 7
- Barcode (Scanned): 728182106517
- Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): KK 65 - A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): KK 65 - B2
- Other (Printed botton right corner on rear of dust jacket): KK065/390.1065.1.30
|Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves: A Document Ov New Edge Folk Classics (CD, Album, Digipak)||KK Records, KK Records||KK065CD, 390.1065.2.41||Belgium||1992|
|Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves: A Document Ov New Edge Folk Classics (CD, Album)||KK Records, Cargo Records||KK065CD||US||1992|
|Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves (A Document Ov New Edge Folk Classics) (CD, Album)||KK Records, KK Records||KK065CD, 390.1065.2.41||Belgium||1992|
|Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves - A Document Ov New Edge Folk Classics (CD, Album)||KK Records, KK Records||KK065CD, 390.1065.2.41||Belgium||1992|
|Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves: A Document Ov New Edge Folk Classics (CD, Album, Reissue)||Restless Records||7 72803-2||US||1993|
- Edited 2 months ago2 issues exist of this lp. One has glossy black sleeve without liner notes. The other version has a subtle pattern, liner notes and the sleeve is less black.
- So this record is 30 years old, and it has a special place in my heart. Right around the time this was released, it was starting to be obvious that beat oriented electronic music had potential far beyond the dancefloor, and this really captured the essence of that early 90's "tribal techno trance" type sound. To this day, the way this act managed to blend stark Detroit techno melodies, tribal drum breaks, ambient, and industrial overtones is still totally unique. Is this worth rediscovering for young beat archaeologists 30 years later? This is not for me to say, but you could certainly do worse. I'd place this record in my Holy Trinity of Early 90's Techno/Trance Classics, along with FSOL "Accelerator" and the much lesser known, but still seminal "Through The Round Window" by Horizon 222.
- Edited 6 years agoMaster piece!
I first heard this music on a recorded tape I had from Amsterdam in early 90's and I thought it was an obscure dj ambient mix.
When a friend on mine played one day at his home this cd I couldn't believe my ears! Then I discovered PWOG and Exquisite Corpes...
I think their music really stands appart and doesn't deserve to be so underated.
On this one, B side, The Challenge and the Key version are so beautifull !