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  1. Artist: Various Title: Technobotanic Tryptamines Label: Nephilim Records Date: August, 1997 1. Sarolta Monspart - All New Arrivals 2. Kopfuss Resonator - Reboot 3. Yopo - Ether Waves 4. Kopfuss Resonator - Whipbird 5. Psyko Disko - Overdose 6. Tetrahedron - Quicksand 7. Drop & Dash - Tamafunk 8. X.I.S. - Masquerade 9. Germinator - The Beat 10. B(if)tek - Quite A World "It's really quite a world that you've shown me!" This is one of those CDs that falls through the cracks. It's not a stellar compilation at all like Balagan or First Flight full of melodic classics, but rather a lightly mixed outlier that doesn't get the spotlight. There's a reason for this. It's not as good. Just that simple. It's more experimental or scrambly goa. There are some good moments, but also some noisy incoherent rambling. The screechy Whipbird remains the best track Kopfuss Resonator ever made. I still like it especially if I'm in the mood for something different. It's cheap to buy on Discogs and like I said it ain't terrible.
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