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  1. Reissue https://www.discogs.com/Projective-Vision-Apocalypse/release/17536423 (just a part of the track- 6 min are missing) comes from an old Tsuyoshi Tape for Chaos Unlimited 1995
  2. Reissue https://www.discogs.com/Alien-Mutation-Vs-Indigo-Egg-Return-To-Planet-Mushroom/release/13321260
  3. https://www.discogs.com/Giorgio-Celeste-The-Cobra-Tales-From-Terkaarg/master/1849562
  4. https://www.discogs.com/Mogambo-โมกมโบ-Cobra-EP/release/15890443#video
  5. 3 Names: Mark Allen DJ Cosmix Tsuyoshi Suzuki They had a name before they started producing. Because they could mix / sync and had skills before there were little helpers like bpm counter or sync functions. (Joske, that applies to you as well) Actually the normal basic knowledge of a dj for electronic music. But that does not apply to the goa scene. The people wanted to be dj's and be famous but without any basic knowledge. So they mixed dats and they did not have to apologize for bad transitions. And have invented reasons like: the music is not meant to mix or because of the heat you can't play records in Goa. Such a nonsense, was refuted in the 90ies by several dj's impressive in Goa. Until today unbelievable and incomprehensible and says a lot about the scene.
  6. i use a spiral extension cable, which is more solid. https://www.thomann.de/de/sennheiser_hd_25_spiralkabel.htm
  7. https://www.discogs.com/Mama-Indica-Maria-Sabinas-Turmalin/release/130828 https://www.discogs.com/Haldolium-One-Of-These-Days/release/318830 https://www.discogs.com/Bodh-Gaya-Dinner-For-The-Praying-Mantis-Psychedelic-Dreams/release/96478 https://www.discogs.com/Bhakti-Experience-Dealului/release/1350950 https://www.discogs.com/Cosmosis-Moonshine-The-Outer-Limits/release/238812
  8. you can find it here: https://www.discogs.com/Speedy-J-Fusion-Live/release/20413 or here: https://www.discogs.com/Speedy-J-ive/master/40105
  9. From the Archives: Private Afterhour 10.08.1998 Technics SL 1210 MK2 + Rodec MX 180 MK2 Tracklist 1 "the day after" - astral pilot 2 "obsidian (deconstructure" - psychic warriors ov gaia 3 "out of control" - robert leiner 4 "elucidate" - earth nation 5 "spirit level" - horizon two twenty two 6 "voices of the rainforest (blackout mix)" - the new london school of electronics 7 "quicksand" - spicelab 8 "paranoid" - resistance d 9 "pulsenation (immersion mix" by dts 10 "ping pong (live)" - speedy j 11 "osram 418" - sun electric 12 "extasia (taurus version)" - extasia 13 "luminescent avatar" - franfurt-tokyo connection 14 "a midsummer night's dream (titania mix)" - room two twenty two [mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/ulmehagen/private-afterhour-10081998-by-ulme-hagen/
  10. "Also, not everyone has a vinyl player" .... not in the "goa scene" but "In the techno, acid and trance scene the vinyl is seen as the most important format"
  11. nobody mentioned this? https://www.discogs.com/Ed-Rush-Optical-The-Creeps-Invisible-And-Deadly/release/1747
  12. afrotrance "spiritual energy " Harthouse 043
  13. a music scene with a big distribution system, online shops, merchandising, big festivals, etc is not underground anymore ... basically begins commercialism here, it comes for sale. thats why i said there is almost no underground in dance music anymore. but thats only my personal view.
  14. The festivals you've mentioned have more audience. That is, basically, the only difference. If I go to any goa / psy party today, I can see myself the next day on youtube, I can see the entire party on youtube ..... is that underground? I'm not taking sides here, even when i dont like that, what you called edm.
  15. There is almost no underground in dance music. Not even psytrance-goa, with festivals like boom, ozora, etc, and the things that happen in goa for years.
  16. min 41,8 med 63,1 max 86,1 95% vinyl but its not the whole collection....i have not managed to catalog everything. 6154 items are cataloged, maybe 2000 left.
  17. i have this edition: https://www.discogs.com/Biosphere-Patashnik/release/234007 this one is also very unique: https://www.discogs.com/Hia-Biosphere-Polar-Sequences/release/640(but cd and digital only) Recorded live in Tromsø, Northern Norway, October 95. 'Tromsø, 70 degrees north, in the Arctic region, in the middle of the most active northern lights zone. In summer time, land of the midnight sun. In winter, total darkness. In October 1995, as part of the annual Polar Music Festival, Geir Jenssen of Biosphere and Bobby Bird of The Higher Intelligence Agency, were commissioned by Nor Concerts to collaborate together on a musical project to take place in Geir's home town of Tromsø, Norway. The brief was for them to perform three concerts, using sounds sourced from the area as the basis of the music - the machinery of the local mountain cable lift, the snow, the ice etc… The performances from which this recording is taken, took place on top of a mountain above Tromsø, in a cabin reached by the cable car, in which the audience were transported up the mountain in turn.' also, the tracks he produced as Bleep (https://www.discogs.com/artist/5110-Bleep) were big hits at the beaches of goa in the late 80ies and early 90ies.
  18. i`m with you. the question for me was: what is berlin sound? for the younger ones is it the current berghain sound. older associate with it the sound of maurizio&basic channel together with the old tresor sound (which is also a blend of detroit&birmingham). and you are right with this one:" I don't find debating genre boundaries particularly interesting or enlightening so why don't we go on recommending tracks? " https://www.discogs.com/Francesco-Baudazzi-The-Black-Nobility-Of-Venice-And-Genoa/release/3553175 a nice mixture of hard industrial and some deep-sea-diving like donato dozzy stuff... cheers!
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