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Label:Cronomi Records – CRONOMI002CD
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:Israel
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Goa Trance, Psy-Trance

Tracklist

1OOOD*Freon (First Time Lucky '98 Mix)
Written-By, ProducerColin Bennun, Ryokan Potier
8:27
2New BornPurity
Written-By, ProducerTom Rarin
7:52
3K.O.B.Go Cyborg!
Written-By, ProducerJannis Tzikas
8:06
4JikkentekiAutomagic (Subra Remix)
Written-By, ProducerRennis Buchner
7:53
5PortaMento (4)Sugar Shock
Written-By, ProducerJ. Hahn*
7:37
6Liquid Flow (2)Synergy
Written-By, ProducerTomislav Savić*
8:12
7Artifact303Levitation Device
Written-By, ProducerZsolt Peter
9:26
8AmaniansFireworks
Written-By, ProducerTomas Peetermans
6:45
9ArthaSannjasin
Written-By, ProducerMichal Baczek*
10:04
10Unknown ArtistUntitled0:28
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©® 2009 Cronomi Records

Released in jewel case.
Track durations not printed on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5060147123883
  • Barcode (Text): 5 060147 123883
  • Matrix / Runout: | CRONOMI002CD | ARABESQUE DISTRIBUTION LTD | *023741 |
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD11
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5Q76

Reviews

chimushi's avatar
chimushi
I came across this release a few weeks ago and it arrived a couple days ago.....listened to it for the first time yesterday afternoon. I am a classic Goa Trance collector from the years 1991-2004 and I have rarely heard anything from the "New School" Goa Trance world that I resonate with. Usually it is lacking soul and originality and more importantly the feel is missing. PharaOm-Under the Sun of Goa is one New school releases that has stood out for me if you want to hear a New School release that managed to capture the Classic Goa sound and feel. Amazingly, PharaOm released that in 2013. There are a few tracks on this release that I feel are worthy of adding to an Old School set and that is saying a lot because I recall that I have only heard one track from 2007 that I could say that about and also PharaOm from 2013. I have heard a few from 2005, but 2004 has been the cutoff point for me between the Old and New School of Goa Trance. So I was surprised that there were a few tracks here on this comp that I really connected with and those 3 tracks are tracks 7,8 and 9. I'm not going to go into why I like them. Maroka in his review below has done an excellent job of that and I could not do better. I just want to say that I am very happy to add these 2009 releases to my collection of Classic Goa Trance and I am grateful to the artists of those 3 tracks managed to keep the Classic Goa Trance flame burning in 2009. Those 3 tracks are only found on this comp so there is a good chance you have never heard them before. Enjoy!
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maroko
Quite probably the best modern goa trance release I have heard in 2009. This is miles away from the modern so called neo goa trance, there are no over loaded tracks, no trancey, cheerleader joyous uplifting melodies - this is the real deal here. A great combo of deviant, psychedelic, and phenomenal party bombs.
New Born, who got quite a few eye brows raised with his epic tune The Observer goes a tad more uptempo and drops a killer tune with awesome drum rolls and piercing melodies. KOB, an alias of Filteria, Suntrip Records calling card producer, drops a brain tickling and futuristic track with Go Cyborg! He combines visions of the future, with distorted acid drenched melodies and a frenetic vocal going, you guessed it, "go cyborg!"
Portamento, Liquid Flow and Artifact303 bring those big, block rocking beats and heavy melodies to tear the roof off. I am particularly fond of the Levitation Device track, which finally sees Artifact303 break the undesirable reputation of re-recording the same track a thousand times over. This one moves along so nicely though; kind of hard and packed with swirling melodies all over, only to break down and come around to end things in the best possible way when the last climax hits around a minute before the running time is up. This is how I would like the modern goa trance to sound: melodic and layered, yes, but in a manner that each melodic sequence is well distinguishable from the next. Catchy and memorable melodies, dominant, but never buried under many other futile sounds and/or effects.
Last but not least, my two favorite tracks here. Amanians and Artha. Fireworks is a massive, wild and uncotrollable acid trance monster tune with great melodies. Think The Green Nuns Of The Revolution at their peak taking a great amphetamine trip. Energetic as a prom queen on a six pack of Red Bull, with enough acid leads to last you another three compilations. And then Artha. Oh yes, Artha, the guys who is deemed by many as the new Hallucinogen. Huge words, I know, and many may turn their heads in disbelief and miss out on a lot. I mean, damn, Sannjasin has it all: long building passages, great melodies, far reaching segments of outer wordly sounds and effects. Simply put, fantastic. This guy is really teasing me. I have already listened to two of his tracks and a couple of his live set recordings. And let me tell you, whatever is his album going to sound like, my expectations are sky high.
Bottom line is: if you adored goa trance back in the nineties, if you think Ethereal's "Anima mundi" is the only proper goa trance album released in the present decade, if you all you do is whine about the old days and how your dreadlocks fell off due to heavy consumation of acid and old age, then get this. Now.