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MFGNew Kind Of World

Label:Phonokol – 2080-2
Format:
CD, Album, Partially Mixed
Country:Israel
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Goa Trance

Tracklist

1Electric Bubbles7:15
2When We Dream7:53
3Experience8:11
4Alien's Land6:51
5The Waking Mind8:25
6We Are The Machines8:51
7Born Into A New Life8:03
8Peaceful Relaxation7:40
9New Kind Of World9:31
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Total time: 72:46

All tracks written, programmed, arranged, produced and mixed at "The Room".
Digital mastering: Village Mastering
Published by Phonokol Ltd., Israel

Made in Israel by CDI Ltd.
(P) & (C) 1997 Phonokol Ltd.
Product of Phonokol Ltd.

Track 8 contains sample, taken form The X-Files series (Season 3 / Episode 20 - Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space'):
"You are feeling very sleepy, very relaxed. As your body calmly drifts, deeper and deeper into a state of peaceful relaxation, you will respond only to the sound of my voice".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 296134 208020
  • Barcode (String): 7296134208020
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): ■ CDI ■ 2080-2 ■ A5 ■ <3105261> ■
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): www.cdi.co.il || 2080-2 D1 3105261
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): ■ CDI ■ 2080-2 ■ A1 ■ <3105261> ■
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 & 3): IFPI LB81
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LB82
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 5F31
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 5F05
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): none
  • Rights Society: ACUM

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Kind Of World (2×LP, Album)Balloonia Ltd., PhonokolBALLLP01, 2080-2Germany1997
Goa Trance (CD, )Vale Music (2)VMCD-T3India2002
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Goa Trance (CD, Album, Slipcase)Vale Music (2)VMCD-T3India2002
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New Kind Of World (9×File, FLAC, Album, Reissue)memo604MEMO101India2021

Reviews

chimushi's avatar
chimushi
Edited 2 years ago
I'm a bit late getting to this release. Upon reading the previous reviews, I was prepared to be highly impressed by a least a few tracks on this CD, but for my tastes, I felt no resonance with any of it. But so what. If it moves you....buy it. I'm sure if I was on Vagator Beach in the mid 90's, I would have been very happy to hear some of these tracks, but now that i have listened to probably 90% of all the Classic Goa Trance ever made, it takes a lot to impress me. That being said, I love their Prophecy CD, which has a much better vibe and a lot more heart and soul.
Narada's avatar
Narada
I bought this album a few weeks ago because I'd heard when we dream on goa-head 4 and loved it. Also I've heard to eternity on goa-head 3 and magnetic activity the 97 mix on goa-head 2 and 96 remix on pulse 3. Which are all killer tracks so I think Their previous album the prophechy will be almost if not just as cool!
Reticulum_Flux's avatar
Edited 15 years ago
I'm writing this review for the simple fact of how much I love the track -Alien's Land-. From the beginning voice sample saying "Indication of an alien civilization" to the eerie singing-like synth... This track is what 90s goa is all about in my opinion. The rest of the album is no snooze either, infact every track here is top notch. MFG were at the top of their game when this CD hit the shelves. It was an even more mature version of their debut, The Prophecy. Their technique and methods were much more developed this time around. As stated above, no cheese or filler here.. Straight up goa trance.
goanoah's avatar
goanoah
Edited 15 years ago
This album is definetely up there with the rest of the best of the mid- nineties Psytrance. Every track here is good. No fodder, no cheesy samples and no boring moments. I could listen to this over and over. Few others compare to this one and it should be in any serious collector's stash.
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Skeleton-Man
Edited 16 years ago
Why turn the world upside down to find obscure trance acts when you can just go with the big names? Together with a few other names, MFG represents THE midnineties melodic goa sound, and New Kind Of World is a smashing example of MFG at their finest. Melodic, multi-layered, dance-oriented, and psychedelic, this appeals to any midnineties psytrance-head and an essential MFG release together with The Prophecy and Project Genesis. All still widely available there really is no excuse.
anenburg's avatar
anenburg
Edited 16 years ago
This is IMHO the best goa trance album ever made. It has anything - from the pure energies of When We Dream & Peaceful Relaxation, through the psychedelic sounds of The Waking mind to the tribal beats of New Kind of World. No cheese here - even the clubby melodies of Experience were twisted so much to keep it more than psychedelic.
Simply brilliant.