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Artist: Frozen Ghost Title: Sin For Dinner Label: Disasterpeace Records Date: 2009 1. Sour Kangaroo 2. Foxxy Underwear 3. Freakazoid 4. Rapture 2.0 5. Betelgeuse 6. Nine Kinds of Crazy (Cold Turkey) 7. Hiyarant - Smug (Frozen Ghost Remix) 8. Arranged 9. Sin For Dinner "I used to be beautiful. What happened to me?!?" Loud. Drenched in acid. Funky as f*ck. Madness. Relentless. Thumping. Temple pounding brain shredder. All avid descriptions of the insanity that Barry Wynne has created over the years. If you like South African psytrance with all of the qualities I listed above then this should be right in your wheelhouse. Think the Midnight Storm series rolled in cocaine. This was a digital release in only 256 mpbs quality 8 years ago, but recently he offered it for free in Wav quality. Unfortunately I can't locate it any longer, but here are some spots you can get it. One other thing to note, the Wav version differs from the one released in 2009. German Amazon I think DJ Shop Dj Tunes
Artist: Various Title: Psionic Riot Label: Digital Psionics Date: 2009 1. Electrypnose - Find the Button and Press It 2. Rubix Qube - Event Horizon 3. Xatrik & Slug - Check Positive 4. Hux Flux - Bring Your Own Bios (Kluster Remix) 5. Biorhythm - Grab & Rip 6. Xatrik - Wouter 7. Panayota - Space Station 8. Vanghoul & Sonic - Insulin 9. Dark Nebula - Zone Stalker 10. Multistate - Crunchy So close. This was almost a really good compilation. Aussie label Digital Psionics flagship series has been churning since 1999 with mostly above average results. Compiled and mastered by Xatrik this had all the pieces to be something special yet failed to deliver the goods. Find the Button and Press It was a great opener from the wizard of weird Electrypnose and Event Horizon is eerie and constantly changing, but the rest of the tracks didn't achieve their full potential. Each track seemed to take their foot off the accelerator and never reached that level of thumping madness. The Panayota track had several abysmal buildups (so painful) and also tried to cram every Family Guy sample into it's otherwise decent track. Sigh, I believe they left some ideas on the table. Good, but not great. Psyshop