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V/A - Destination Goa 4

 

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Artist: Various

Title: Destination Goa 4

Label: Goldhead

Date: 1997

 

Track listing:

 

CD 1

01. 08'28" Ominus : Tribalistic

02. 09'16" Adrenalin Drum : God Mountain

03. 07'49" Ubar Tmar : Eternal Return

04. 08'19" Katayama : Spiral Spit Trikk

05. 07'19" Gada-Gong : Counterparts

06. 07'32" Phoenix : Last Mission

07. 08'27" Visitors : Tiny Little Engines

 

CD 2

01. 09'22" Subcouds : On Red

02. 09'06" Psychlopedia : The Gouring Point

03. 07'34" Brainflowers : Goaliens

04. 07'41" MFG : Journey Beyond The Planet

05. 07'57" Dimension 5 : Harmonic Convergence

06. 08'32" Tristan And Process : Kv23

07. 06'53" Sag : To The End Of The Last Katun

 

Review:

 

Well I was hard when I wrote about this record on my homepage.

This albums is great, but it isn't as good as the usual standard

DG "class" which I discover pretty sure. Ominus track is great. Ubar Tmar's

track is a lovely guitar track with spinning sounds and hard electric guitars.

Somehow

this track reminds me of hockey songs during the breaks =). Katayama is a nice

one, and the

final track here is just so awesome. With lots of effects on the sounds and

nice feeling

of putting out bending sounds makes this track special. On CD2 we have Subcouds

as the

best track. Fast, intensive and no-stop melodies! A wonderful track... MFG is

also good but the rest of these tracks are pretty bad I must say. I give this

5/10.

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Guest Ehsanur

I think Ubar Tmar's "Eternal Return" is some of the crappiest shit I've ever

heard. Horrible,I wouldn't even

let my neighbours' dog listen to this rubbish.

Om. Eshanti Brahman

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Guest lunari[at]goatrance.zzn[dot]com

weee im a little late to write =) .but somehow i have to .. =D ..

there are some idiotic tracks on this one that they could have removed .. for

example allmost the WHOLE cd 1 except for Ominus and Visitors

cd is better though .. with subcouds and Sag ..

btw .. have anyone heard something else by Sag ..

i havent .. ! if you have mail me please ! =)

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Guest lunari[at]goatrance.zzn[dot]com

weee im a little late to write =) .but somehow i have to .. =D ..

there are some idiotic tracks on this one that they could have removed .. for

example allmost the WHOLE cd 1 except for Ominus and Visitors

cd 2 is better though .. with subcouds and Sag ..

btw .. have anyone heard something else by Sag ..

i havent .. ! if you have mail me please ! =)

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Guest dragonlord_83[at]yahoo[dot]se

Only heard a few of thiese tracks.

 

Sag - To the End of the Last Katun

 

Damn that one makes my head twist and fall of ...

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Guest juliet_without_romeo[at]hotmail[

I'm obviously the only one to like "God Mountain" and "Last Mission" best on

this compilation... The best Destination Goa compilations by my opinion is the

third,fifth and seventh then after those comes second and tenth the rest was

not worth buying (I have them all).

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Guest muha[at]gihoa

well, i have not heard anny of the DG cd´s, but anyway, I think this is a great

record.

especialy I like tribalistic, to the end of the last katun and on red.

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Guest skinna[at]lycos.co[dot]uk

Check out Gada-Gong's "Rebel without a cause" - up there amongst the classic

acid sounds of Phuture and Hardfloor.

Superb 10 minutes of pure dance and mindscape.

Awesome.

Cheers.

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The End of the Last Katun is a level of annoying that must be what living with Cardi B is like.  Just walking around wanting to punch yourself.  But to bring balance back to the universe is the cosmic Harmonic Convergence with it's giddy motion and swirling leads. 

Pleasant surprise?  The Gurning Point by Psychlopedia (duo with Miranda).

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Not the strongest entry in the Destination Goa series, but still solid. Since the quality of the track selection for these compilations was nothing short of legendary. This beeing not the best in the series, still ranks it on a relatively high score when compared to other compilations of the era.

Fav track is the Dimension 5 one.

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