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  1. Artist: Various Title: Yellow Label: TIP Records Date: March, 1995 1. The Infinity Project - Stimuli 2. Doof - Let's Turn On 3. Slinky Wizard - Lunar Juice 4. Man With No Name - Teleport 5. Voodoo People - Drop The Bomb 6. The Infinity Project - Oscillator 7. Total Eclipse - Waiting For A New Life 8. Hallucinogen - Shamanix 9. The Infinity Project - Uforica 10. Space Tribe - Machine Elf 11. Mandra Gora - Everything's Going Fine "If I could discover just one of these things, I wouldn't care if they did think I was crazy." Are you f*cking kidding me? No really... Is the review for one of the most complete and comprehensive goa trance compilations located on the dark internet? I'd have an easier time believing Let it Go was written by Pantera. LET IT GO!!!!!!!!!! LET IT GO!!!!!!!!!!! How in the name of all that is holy has this not been put up here? This IS goa trance. Bubbling sounds and rolling melodies provide the alien and mystical atmosphere that goa heads clamor for. It's a who's who of all the great masters from back in the day. This was the Dream Team versus Angola. Such a strong lineup that delivers. And your boy Simon Posford is all over this thing. If they threw in an Etnica and D5 track instead of Mandra Gora and Voodoo people all you would hear was the sound of a microphone dropping ending all discussion on what was the greatest goa trance compilation of all time. Subsequent "face" compilations delivered powerful selections as well, but this was the first and I imagine opened the world's eyes to where electronic music could go. It's not all inclusive, no single compilation could be, but if you want to hear what mid nineties pure goa trance sounds like then this is a superb introduction. I imagine that the hippie to native resident ratio exploded when this came out. "Hurry, it's brown Woodstock man!" But put away your sitar and tablas there's no need to go to Goa these days. It's changed. Too many tranny hookers and yuppies. Mdk
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