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  1. euchkuh

    Ticon - 2AM

    just finished hearing the album. another great album from a great duo. (actually i liked this one better then zero six after)
  2. A very good album imo, some tracks are amazing, and provide endless brilliant melodies. They were even able to take a melody from a lame Israeli song and make it likeable (track 7 - Mia Nihta..) . However, this still isn't better then "in search of..", which is the best ambient album to date. 7/10
  3. nice album, but won't age well. couldn't find any psytrance elements, except for eat it raw and heavyweight, but 2 tracks can't sustain an album. I loved forgive me and in front of me a lot, but those songs fits an electronic band and not a psy duo.
  4. lol i didn't understand shit from this conversation. I asked for opinions about the mentioned above album.
  5. lol, if I love something in this forum is that all of u exaggerate when it comes to bad music. "scary" "turn off the music". no one force u to listen to it, say u dont like it and thats it. as for me, I dont like all those remixes and void's new album in particular, but i dont bash it edit: cd2 is actually nice.
  6. lol i once came across a title : "I was young and I needed the money" http://www.discogs.com/release/220492 besides that theres "around he world in a tea daze" and "divine moments of truth" by shpongle. "the serpant and the healer" by bulletproof. actually its not such a good title, but great comparing to other banal ones.
  7. euchkuh

    I HATE

    is it just me or mfg are in the same section of yahel?
  8. can't say its nostalgic to me. since I was 6-8 years old back then. but i can say what I prefer, and its the melodic style. cant stop listening to "the prophecy" "teleportation" "project genesis" and "trust in trance 3" these days.
  9. hearing now the 2nd track. so far so good (:
  10. first and second albums are unbeliveable, however the third is a bit disappointing, especially because of the division of tracks.
  11. actually that cover was sweet, lol. (but not whats inside) and besides, urging ppl to take LSD has nothing to do with music making.
  12. lol I remember "good morning Israel", I was 9 years old and everyone loved it, dunno why
  13. I used to compare Hallucinogen and Shpongle albums in order to see where did Raja contribute. are u shopongled is very similiar to hallucinogen albums, so I assume Raja contributed in tales of the inexpresible much more. moreover, there are more instruments in it, which are his specialty if I got it right... Anyway, I love the Shpongle albums much much much more then Hallucinogen's, so I guess Raja isn't just a decoration.
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