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Vibe Tribe (2)Melodrama

Label:Utopia Records (2) – UTPCD-07
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Israel
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Goa Trance, Psy-Trance

Tracklist

1Vinyla Sky8:02
2Spun6:49
3Funky7:05
4Albert Balbert (Album Version)7:47
5Melodrama7:28
6Rearranged7:19
7Stringadelic6:43
8Frog 'N' Roll7:28
9Bass Ratz6:28
10Adish6:42
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Notes

Digital Mastering @ Dance City

BPM:

1: 146
2: 145
3: 146
4: 146
5: 145
6: 145
7: 146
8: 147
9: 142
10: 120

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Melodrama (CD, Album, Special Edition)Trade Sound, Utopia Records (2)TSCD018, noneBrazil2005
New Submission
Melodrama (10×File, WAV, Album, Reissue)Mainstage RecordsMSD060Israel2016

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Reviews

  • Dj_Max-It's avatar
    Dj_Max-It
    This album is by Vibe Tribe, one of the best groups that has seen daylight. I admit, it's not nearly as good as the second album, but absolutely worth a place in the psy-trance collection. The track Albert Balbert... What more can I say than 'Perfection'? Very good melody, and it doesn't get boring after a while. No matter how many songs I hear, this will always be one of my favourites. And the last song, Adish, very good too. I usually don't like slow songs, but this has been one of the songs I played over and over, just like Albert Balbert. The song Melodrama is very good too, but it took a while for me to realize it, since I thought most of the songs, except the ones I have mentioned, were quite similar.

    It took my a long time to get this CD, I payed a lot for it, but I will never regret it. Vibe Tribe will go very far.
    • implogen's avatar
      implogen
      Edited 17 years ago
      This is the debut album by Vibe Tribe, a new Israeli psychedelic trance duo.

      The album falls under the full-on musical style, a style that is often criticized for being too clubby for psytrance. But not to worry! Yes, this album is danceable, however to me it is very artistic and emotional.
      Albert Balbert talls the story of Dr. Albert Hoffman, the first who experienced LSD.
      Rearranged's lyrics are taken from a famous 1960s Timothy Leary quote, "Turn on, tune in, drop out".
      Adish is a great ending for this album, as being very downtempo and progressive. Worth a purchase!
      • PKS's avatar
        PKS
        Edited 18 years ago
        Utopia Records in Israel keeps pushing out melodic trance. This time they are out with an album by Vibe Tribe (Stas Marnyanski and Elmar Ivatarov).

        Well, this time I will not describe each track on the album. The reason is that I actually don’t like any of these tracks! All the tracks are very melodic, but the melodies sounds way too easy digestible and simple to me. This sounds more like commercial eurodance music than psytrance! A bit like eurodance, but with a bad influence of Infected Mushroom and Skazi.

        Sorry guys, but I just don't like it at all. And Utopia Records, you should definitely dig out something better than this. Of all the trance that gets produced in Israel, it should be possible to find something less cheesy than this. If this was released ten years ago, maybe I would have appreciated it more. Not my cup of tea...

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