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    VariousRemote Viewing

    Label:Spun Records – SPUNCD14
    Format:
    CD, Compilation, Enhanced
    Country:Spain
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    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Psy-Trance

    Tracklist

    1G.M.S.*Animatrix (Music Video)
    Video Editor [Video Created]Wayan Blue
    Written-By, ProducerBansi, Riktam
    7:09
    2SoundaholixTechnofari
    Written-By, ProducerBansi, Celli Firmi, Riktam
    8:35
    3Shanti Vs. Frequency SurferIn The Nick Of Time
    Written-By, ProducerSebastion Claro*, Shanti Matkin
    5:48
    4TalamascaTake Off, Man!
    FeaturingJeremy Tsunami
    Written-By, ProducerCedric Dassulle*, DJ Jeremy*
    7:45
    5HujaboyDefractal
    Written-By, ProducerNir Shoshani
    7:15
    6MeliciaKinouw
    Written-By, ProducerAviram Iluz
    Written-By, Producer, Vocals [Uncredited]Odeliya Ilus*
    7:55
    7Earthling (2) Vs. Chromatone & Random (4)Killer Dope8:04
    8Zorba Vs. Father & SonKarma Police
    Written-By, ProducerBansi, Momi O.*, Riktam, Sage O.*
    7:39
    9Quadra (2)Hidden Reality
    Written-By, ProducerIdo Liran
    7:09
    10G.M.S.* Vs. Wrecked Machines & PixelLow Tech
    Written-By, ProducerBansi, Eli Biton Talw*, Gabriel*, Riktam
    7:12
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    Notes

    Artwork and bonus music video "GMS - Animatrix" by Wayan Blue.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 017744 100274

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Remote Viewing (CD, Compilation)Solstice Music InternationalSOLMC-048Japan2005
    New Submission
    Remote Viewing (CD, Compilation)Spun RecordsSPUNCD14Brazil2005

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    Asherett's profile picture
    Asherett
    Edited 16 years ago
    I want to comment on a single track in this compilation; namely, the last one. This collaboration between some of the biggest and hottest names in modern full-on is simply one of the best tracks I've heard in a long, long time! 'Low Tech' is built with a rock-solid (if a bit formulaic) structure with multiple buildups and take-offs. It features two almost equally dazzling main lead themes; like a silver and gold dragon intertwined if I may be a bit poetic. The gold one, the "theme" featured in the intro, is simply a mindbogglingly beautiful piece - 'Ecstacy' by 1200 mics comes to mind... Low Tech is not a very speedy or extremely energetic tune, so use it at those magic sunrise moments... Pure bliss!