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    Oliver HoListening To The Voice Inside

    Label:Meta – metalp001
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Tribal, Techno

    Tracklist

    A1Westworld
    A2Seduced
    B1Magic
    B2Moonlight
    CIn The Centre Of Paradise
    PercussionRuss (4)
    D1Firelight
    D2Fusion
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    • Mastered ByNilz*

    Notes

    all rituals created by Oliver Ho
    manufactured by key productions

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 024545 110517

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Listening To The Voice Inside (CD, Album)Meta, Metametacd001, metalp001UK2000
    Listening To The Voice Inside (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, White Label, Promo)MetaMETA LP001UK2000

    Reviews

    Neel's profile picture
    Neel
    Just walked into this album. Know Oliver Ho from back in my beginning tribal techno days when I started collecting and playing in the local barns around my hometown. I do not know why I am back here and scrolling through his catalogue. Coming back to this after so many years with different experiences, memories and seen the scenes change from tribal to minimal back to disco, business techno, trance, breakbeat and drum & bass this style never stops to make me move. Amazing mixing material to be creative and keep the dancefloor grooving and tripping till the early morning hours. Techno is eternal.
    muffcaze's profile picture
    muffcaze
    I listened to this record once along time ago not because of Oliver Ho, but because of the somewhat freaky cover. I don't know why i did that. Then, i came along a copy of this at 15 euro's, and i bought it. I also don't know why i did that. When it came in, the tracks did nothing to me, they we're simply weird easy-going tribal tracks. I kept playing them though, still not knowing why. Today i came by this record at 4 euro's again, i bought a second copy. Clueless why.

    Either i won't accept the fact that this record has some of the finest trippy tribal techno (including one off-beat banger, i must admit) ever made, or Oliver Ho has hypnotised me. I don't know why i think he would've. And he shouldn't have. But did he? Maybe i should play that record just one more time...
    kemiko_surimi's profile picture
    kemiko_surimi
    Edited 16 years ago
    Oliver Ho on a very deep trip. His typical use of long, stretched chants put on top of tribal drums creates a hypnotical atmosphere... Sounds for the obsessed.