Various ‎– Alien Airport: Episode 1 - Paranormal Activity

Velvet Inc. ‎– INC-05
CD, Compilation
CD, Compilation, Enhanced

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1-1 Global Youth Connected Views
Written-By, Producer – Iribarren*, Tricky Cris
1-2 Anesthesia Dirty Kiss (The Orb Remix)
Remix – The OrbWritten-By, Producer – Giuseppe De Bellis, Rene Benoixen, Rodrigo Passananti*
1-3 Green Nuns Of The Revolution Skazey Haze
Written-By, Producer – R. Trevor*, M. Coldrick*
1-4 Qualia Plasma
Producer – Andy Haring, M. Katz*Written-By – Matt Katz
1-5 Klangstrahler Projekt Things Can Change
Written-By, Producer – Gero Bode, DJ Klangstrahler*, Mark Eichenseher
1-6 Shpongle Behind Closed Eyelids
Written-By, Producer – Raja Ram, Simon Posford
1-7 Celtic Cross Louden
Written-By, Producer – M. Glover*, S. Davies*, S. Posford*
1-8 Gabriel Le Mar One O' Seven
Written-By, Producer – Gabriel Le Mar
1-9 Action Men Inside Your Mind
Written-By, Producer – Action Men
2-1 X - Dream* & Spiralkinder* Blah
Written-By, Producer – Rough 'n Rush*, Spiralkinder*
2-2 Jaia* Sentences To Heaven
Written-By, Producer – Jean-Michel Blanchet, Yannis Kamarinos
2-3 COP* Alien Nation (Part 2)
Written-By, Producer – COP*, Jan Muller*
2-4 Infernal Machine The Loin King (Man With No Name Remix)
Remix – Man With No Name, Martin FreelandWritten-By, Producer – Walter Ego
2-5 Delta* Travelling At The Speed Of Thought
Written-By, Producer – Delta*
2-6 Dandandado The Politic Of Dancin'
Written-By, Producer – Dan Dan*, Dado
2-7 Tim Schuldt Pretty Poison (Oforia's Pretty Poison)
Remix – Ofer Dikovsky, OforiaWritten-By, Producer – Tim Schuldt
2-8 Cypher (2) 7 Theories In Human Nature
Written-By, Producer – Dado
2-9 Front 242 Headhunter 2000 (Apoptigma Berzerk Remix)
Remix – Apoptigma Berzerk*Written-By, Producer – Front 242
2-10 No Artist Interactive Screensaver 0:00

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Track 2-4 is listed as "Infernal Machine - Infernal Machine (Man With No Name Remix)"
Track 2-7 is listed as "Oforia's - Pretty Poison"
Track 2-10 is an interactive screensaver.

Total time: 73:48 + 67:57
Comes in digipak.

℗ & © 1999 Velvet Inc. / Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 025905 925056
  • Barcode (String): 4025905925056
  • Label Code: LC 7467
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): NTD 92505-24-1 P+O-42565-A1 04-99
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): NTD 92505-24-2 P+O-42565-B2 04-99


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June 2, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

Things start decent on the upbeat disc 2. Jaia's Sentences would rock me at a festival and upto and including M.W.N.N.s Infernal Machine remix I'm generally damn well entertained.

Unfortunately, this is where this cd crash and burn for me. There is NOTHING on the remaining tracks 5 to 9 that interest me. Even The Delta lets me down badly with the incorporation of the most hideous guitar samples. And in the F242 track I awaited anxiously to hear, the vocals sound toecrumbling embarrasing.

No, this time around it's the downbeat cd that catches my attention. This is considerably more interesting, with its dub inspiration and laid back approach. Hell, some of the tracks here even outweighs the disappointment of cd 1. Well, almost.


May 12, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

For me this is THE Golden Formula of a psychedelic compilation: 1 disc with Chill-out & Trance. Both are a nice mix of big names & less wellknown artists, but all of high qualitiy. After having it on CD-R for years, I had a pretty hard time gettign hold of an original copy, but it was well worth the effort.
The Downbeat chapter features timeless gems like "Things Can Change", the classic "Behind Closed Eyelids"
& one of my all time fav chillout-tunes: Gabriel Le Mar's "One O' Seven" Perfect soundtrack for some serious smoking.
The Trance disc contains some real killer tracks aswell, although most of them are widely available on other comp's too. The thing that makes it special is the mixture of different styles here.
My fav's are Jaïa's "Sentences To Heaven" (great samples & FX), MWNN's RMX of Postford's Infernal Machine (great haunting melody) & a superb dancefloor version of Front 242's Headhunter. But there's also Spiralkinda for those who like it hard & The Delta (with one of their best tracks ever).
Great compilation that stood the test of time pretty well IMHO.