Orichalcum & The Deviant ‎– Orichalcum & The Deviant

TIP Records ‎– TIP CD 11
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Recorded at See-Thru Frog Studios.
Published by N.C.B. Copyright Control.
[P]+[C] 1997 TIP Records

Comes in Digipak.
Track 3 title written as "Mururor My Love (10 Million Dead Fish Mix)"

Total time: 73:56

Special thanks to: Laurent-the Guru, Total Eclipse, Bychaos, Hallucinogen, Yayo, Dan, TBE Co., Tyoshi & Matsuri, Scotty, Antaro-Voov, Dino, Gil, Arianne, Sastra, all People of Bardez, Jakob & Lyne, Ruben, Olivia for the photo & Salina for the use of, the Tip Crew, and everyone else in Uqbhar.

Thanks to: Chris Young for flute & didge (3FM). Marco & John, didge (3FM). Giuseppe & Jane for food & company. Thomas for the red devil.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 032531 000124
  • Barcode (String): 5032531000124
  • Matrix / Runout: TIPCD11 · . MASTERED . BY MAYKING


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April 27, 2018
Psychedelic, primordial mind candy. Not dark............. complex. This would probably kill the buzz at a greatest hits of Goa Trance party.........Like a good slap across the face. Sometimes a party could use a little dose of challenging music and the songs on this release surely do that. Love "Dawn of Epsilon" and "STC"......"Mururoa my Love" is interesting as is "The curse of Uqbhar". This is music for deep tripping and serious dancing. An unfocused mind can't keep up with this.


May 3, 2006
edited over 9 years ago

Is this the start of dark-psy?

Forget today’s so called “dark-psy”, if you want to go back to the roots of this genre, try this album first. The eight tracks on this album are so weird yet so dark and psychedelic that I can’t describe them. One track that I can describe as having a conventional melody is the ten minute long S.T.C. Here you hear a bouncy melody from the beginning. All tracks are filled with unusual, spooky sounds creating an incredible eerie atmosphere which words can’t easily describe.

Although all tracks are very smooth, linear and relatively quiet compared to generic Goa the music here is still very energetic. At the first listening all titles might sound the same but this is again one of those albums which have to be listened often to appreciate what a masterpiece this album is.

Goa-trance with a twist if you like this word. After all it’s TIP! Trust me, if you don’t have this album get it know.