VA - Back To Galaxy (2005)

Discussion in 'Ambient and Trance' started by Hesh, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. Hesh

    Hesh Member

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    Artist........ VA
    Album......... Back To Galaxy-Compiled by Astral Projection
    Genre......... Psychedelic
    Label......... ComPact Records
    Hyperlink..... http://www.compact-records.com/
    Catalog....... CPCDIL027
    Encoder....... LAME 3.90.3
    Bitrate....... VBRkpbs
    Mode.......... Joint-Stereo
    Store.Date.... 2005-11
    Tracks........ 10
    Time.......... 79:36 min
    Size.......... 122,2 MB

    01 Astral Projection - Open Society
    02 Electro Sun - High Cue
    03 Bizzare Contact vs Ultravoice - Ultrabizzy
    04 Space Cat vs Onyx - Time Wolers
    05 Xerox & Passenger - Science Is God (Ultravoice Remix)
    06 U-Recken - The Other Side (Visual Paradox Edit)
    07 Visual Contact - Natural Vibes
    08 Ferby Boys vs Bizzare Contact - Superheroes
    09 Cosmic Tone - Bit The Moon
    10 Wizzy Noise - Tubeless (Lish Remix)

    Compiled by Astral Projection

    Astral Projection, the band most recognized all over the world as the pioneers and inventors of the widespread psychedelic trance movement are back with a brand new and rocking compilation.

    10 unreleased bomb shells hand picked by this glorious duo featuring top acts such as Space Cat, Wizzy Noise (Lish rmx), Ferbi Boys (Sesto Sento), Xerox (Ultravoice rmx), Bizzare contact, Cosmic Tone, Visual Contact and of course the masters themselves with a brand new and delicious masterpiece.

    No other band before have gain such a widespread success North and South, East and West, known for their genius interpretation of sound, supported by massive amounts of followers all over the world, bringing their special GOA scented melodies to the masses.

    http://www.psyshop.com/shop/CDs/com/com1cd027.html

    Download:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=42d250202b93ab6191b20cc0d07ba4d2816d70c6e841b684
     
  2. PsyGrunge

    PsyGrunge Full Fractal Force

    I found... Too light, no intelligently placed rhythms; no real 'WOAH!' factor at all to be fair and overall a bit too mainstream.. I imagine, trip-wise, it'd be as minimal as settling down to Vibe Tribe's 'Wise Cracks' album (which did nothing for the situation, at all).
     

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