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  1. Trance2MoveU

    "V/A - Global Alliance"

    Artist: Various Title: Global Alliance Label: Fragile Planet Records Date: June, 2005 1. Neural Rectifier Syndrome - Byson 2. Scorb - Tundra 3. Winter Demon - Time Attack 4. Principles of Flight - Lava Frog 5. Psychoactive - Stick Ya Disco 6. Killer Buds - Behind U 7. Shift - Cipher Jabbawokkee 8. Phatmatix - Pyroman 9. Mr. Peculiar - Funny Mushrooms Hmmmm...I seem to be mired in mid 2000's full on when it comes to reviewing. Well can you blame me? There is a lot of it. This particular subset of psytrance exploded with so many cut and paste releases, each one being a carbon copy of the next. Fragile Planet Records was gone almost as soon as it appeared which is a shame because they seemed to be on the right track. This compilation is an example of night time psy music that pulsates. It's dark, melodic and powerful with a great atmospheric feeling. I know cause I was rocking this at 4 this morning. Wasn't at a party or anything like that. Just woke up and needed some music. As with all compilations there are some weaker moments, but the majority is solid. Unlike Ketuh Records who went out like a wet noodle, this label's final output made some big boy noise. Shift and Killer Buds in particular really own on this album with Mr. Peculiar also putting in a strong showing. If you're a night time full-on lover this one should already be in your kit. Recommended. Psyshop
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