Infected Mushroom ‎– Vicious Delicious

YoYo Records (2) ‎– YOYO78
CD, Album

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1 Becoming Insane
Guitar – Erez NetzVocals – Gil Cerezo
2 Artillery
Vocals – Swollen Members
3 Vicious Delicious 7:24
4 Heavyweight 8:41
5 Suliman 6:10
6 Forgive Me 3:29
7 Special Place 6:53
8 In Front Of Me
Vocals – Brandon McCulloch
9 Eat It Raw 6:30
10 Change The Formality 7:44
11 Before 6:57



Recorded and Mixed @ Infected Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Track 8 published By Wixen Music Publishing Inc.

Released in two versions, Regular and Limited Edition. Both can be purchased on the BNE website. Limited Edition has special artwork on the sleeve.

Track 1: 145 bpm
Track 2: 100 bpm
Track 3: 145 bpm
Track 4: 140 bpm
Track 5: 145 bpm
Track 6: 110 bpm
Track 7: 145/130 bpm
Track 8: 72.5 bpm
Track 9: 145 bpm
Track 10: 145 bpm
Track 11: 145 bpm

Other Versions (5 of 13) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RESISTCD89 Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious(CD, Album, Promo) Resist Music RESISTCD89 UK 2007 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD57233 Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious(CD, Album, Dig) World Club Music ПРЗ CD57233 Russia 2007 Sell This Version
YOYO78 Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious(CD, Album) YoYo Records (2) YOYO78 Canada 2007 Sell This Version
YOYO78-2 Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious(CD, Album) YoYo Records (2) YOYO78-2 Israel 2007 Sell This Version
HMCD76 Infected Mushroom Vicious Delicious(CD, Album, P/Mixed, RE) HOM-Mega Productions HMCD76 Israel 2011 Sell This Version


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May 18, 2016
To me this album means a lot: its the very first psytrance album I tried and I madly fell in love with the whole genre right after. I still remember the day I watched a counter-strike frag movie which contains a rap track called artillery and decided to try this: Holy crap does it sound weird! The only track I liked were Artillery and Heavyweight as they are the only tracks that were 'understandable' to me at the time. Then I tried it again, again again and again, finally my mind opened much more, a door to the greatest genre on earth opened before me---psytrance. Some might argue that goa might be truer to its origin but I digress :(

The album itself is pretty good tbh. After all these years of goa tripping Vicious Delcious still occupies a special place in my heart, not only because its the first psy album I tried but also because its truly a masterpiece, a unique album standing for itself. For example the title track Vicious Delicious blends rock and psytrance perfectly to create an atmosphere no other genres can quite match; Heavyweight on the other hand is a true classic, seems like Infected duo teams up with those trailer musicians two steps from hell. Heck, they really make good trailers! Suliman rocks too though its not my cup of tea. Last but not least, the closing track Before grabs my attention, the duo really know how to please its older audience! It's old-school approach kinda reminds me of IM The Supervisor when things get really mellow and mature, with little sparks of experimantal elements.

Overall, a solid release from Infected Mushroom. More experimental and metallic, awesome all the same!


April 28, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Last track is the best. So is the title track and Suliman too, actually all songs barring a few are gold. The lyrics are quite philosophical too.


April 28, 2013
edited about 1 year ago
I didn't like this album at all, their last album I'm the supervisor was ok except for the fucked up vocals in the title track. The first track off this album sounded too much like they were trying to emulate "Bust a move" with the guitar opening intro but not nearly as good, this sounded like they were trying to do a more technically advanced version but in my opinion they failed miserably, i can't be arsed doing a track by track comment suffice to say there was nothing i heard on this album that made me want to rush out and buy it.


May 26, 2012
edited over 5 years ago


November 4, 2011
Signs of Infected Mushroom losing it, in the next album they totally lost it..


July 11, 2011
Good album, very diverse, with nice melodies. I had my fun with it, it's easy to get in, easy to get out. Although I must notice, some pieces of tracks are very intense, epic, sometimes downright sick and perverted, musically speaking. (Vicious Delicious, 2nd half) Why can't IM drop all the filling and focus on making music like that? Why they must sometimes drop a perfectly good track and put a completely different key or cheesy vocals in the middle of it? (Heavyweight) That's a bad habit and it does a bad impression on the non-fan passerby listeners.


April 21, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
From beginning to end, this album does not disappoint. The IM boys have achieved their best work to date! Viciously and deliciously psychedelic, tracks incorporate the use of guitar, head banging drums, break-beat and other interesting musical decor.

A must have for any psychedelic fan!