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  1. Slinky Wizard, Koxbox/Psychopod, Cosmosis, Orichalcum & The Deviant, Pigs in Space, X-Dream, Doof... Pretty much everything they've made up until 1998 is pure gold.
  2. Perhaps it was Ololiuqui - Prisma, but probably not...
  3. I've been asking myself the same question, and from what I've gathered so far, it seems that most of these artists consider their old goa work to be extremely cheesy. They probably lost interest or evolved (like any artist), or just wanted to try something new and they liked it. Maybe they are getting old and don't do drugs anymore like they probably used to, so there's less inspiration. Plus, let's face it, it's not a really big market to try and make experimental dance music, so you just stick to the formula that works and hope for the best. Also, their goa fanbase is far too small for them to care if they are 'true to the old school' when they can just make something that will certainly get them to the next festival/party.
  4. +1 Though it shares the 1st place with Forever After.
  5. Slinky Wizard - Lunar Juice (Hallucinogen Moon Strudel??? Remix) GNotR - Thunder Thighs X-Dream - Panic in Paradise Doof - Mars Needs Women Hallucinogen - Angelic Particles Hallucinogen - Thugs in Tye-Dye
  6. Eat Static - Splitting World
  7. In 1995? Or was that a joke I didn't catch?
  8. Yeah... I wonder how in the world they discovered it and thought it could be a good name for a band.
  9. Orichalcum - it's simply strange and mesmerizing Green Nuns of the Revolution - hilarious Slinky Wizard - just a fun name (Slinky Nuns is even better) Total Eclipse - well, it's just cool!
  10. Wow, now I can listen to this while going through this list, like 14 years of space pictures and ridiculous amount of information. By the way, I never knew a song can be that moving with an auto-tuned voice, using it is usually cheesy beyond measure.
  11. T2 theme together with the ending scene, and the hand, and you know... just thinking about it brings tears to my eyes. Also, yeah.. Blade Runner is great, the music in 12 Monkeys is very fitting and I always had a soft spot for Halloween theme. But I have to say, nothing beats Mega Man 2 that's for sure! Rock on!
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