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Anoebis    432

V/A - Goa Tel Aviv

 

Artist: Various

Title: Goa Tel Aviv

Label: NMC

Date: 1997

 

Track listing:

 

CD 1

01. In Trance : Over Seas

02. Indoor : Vertigo

03. Oforia : Dimensional Exploration

04. Adrenalinndrum : Desert Fly

05. In Trance : Kashmir

06. Indoor : Camel

07. Adrenalinndrum : God Mountain

 

CD 2

01. Indoor : The Key

02. Adrenalinndrum : Behind The Hills

03. Indoor : Shiva

04. In Trance : Sorceress Fete

05. P Cok : J.P

06. Amir Dagan : Silver Angel

07. Guy Sebbag : Reality Values

 

Review:

 

A véry classic but still very good CD... This were those first unforgetable

Trance-songs from Israel!! And because it's really hard to get the Indoor, In

Trance and Adrenalinndrum-album this CD is a complete MUST!! It sounds

sometimes old, but I don't care, those beautiful melodies are still there...

Almost every song is great on this CD!!! But the standouts for me are CD1,

1,2,5&7 and CD2 1,3,5&7!

I would give this compilation a 8,5/10!! And everybody who loves old-school and

melodieus Trance, BUY this!! (if you still find it...)!!

Very nice artwork too by the way... :o)) Bom Shankar

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mars    146

Mmmh! old Israeli anthems. It used to be good. Now it's oldschool... 6.5/10

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Platigreg    0

Well... Owning this compil for more than 2 years, its tunes are quite familiar

to me and make me think to good colored times. Lots of us know these gems, and

it's true that it's "old-school". But that's why it's pure pleasure, isnt't it?

Special congratulations to the Shiva's "Indoor" that really stroke me the first

time, and still keeps on... in fact, I consider it's the brother song of

Hallucinogen's "Angelic Particles", and that's a compliment!!!!

For melodic lovers...

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Guest [Anonymous]   
Guest [Anonymous]

whats wrong with old school. 90% of new music is cheesy gay club house music

GOA WE LOVE U

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Trance2MoveU    408

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Artist: Various
Title: Goa-Tel Aviv
Label: NMC Records
Date: 1997

CD 1
01. In Trance : Over Seas
02. Indoor : Vertigo
03. Oforia : Dimensional Exploration
04. Adrenalin Drum : Desert Fly
05. In Trance : Kashmir
06. Indoor : Camel
07. Adrenalinndrum : God Mountain

CD 2
01. Indoor : The Key
02. Adrenalin Drum : Behind The Hills
03. Indoor : Shiva
04. In Trance : Sorceress Fete
05. P Cok : J.P
06. Amir Dagan : Silver Angel
07. Guy Sebbag : Reality Values


1997.

What was I doing waaay back then? Lessee...Got kicked out of optometry school the year prior so I was living in a trailer and still getting high. Goa Trance? What the f*ck is that? Tell you what, try matching your clothes and take a shower then we can talk. By the way...you're white...what's with the dreadlocks? What's that you say? Music comes from Israel? How do they find the time in between the bombings?

That was me back then knowing nothing of goa, thinking that trance ended and began with Oakenfold and Van Dyk. My how time and perceptions have changed. Now I'm married with 2 kids, haven't had a drink or gotten high in over a decade, and finally came to the realization that this music was a cinematic experience for the ears.

This 2-disc set contains Israeli old school goa anthems that are considered classics today. But upon further inspection, the comp came out in 97 and 4 of the tracks from Indoor (which are on the Progressive Trance disc) were made in 95 and the Adrenalin Drum tracks are from their album X-Perimental Goa. Guy Sebbag is a member of In Trance along with Gal Carmy, so the tracks Sorceress Fete and Kashmir are on the In Trance album. So as is the case with a lot of compilations from back in the day, these tracks are found elsewhere making this not essential.

Having said that though, if you don't have those albums and you find this...get it. The Indoor tracks are blistering journeys alone and the InTrance tracks are good in their own right. Sorceress Fete is a pumping track that I'm sure had the dance floors jumping. It's pure old school. J.P. is a twisting journey with tumbling melodies and hypnotic sounds, but the last two...I can take 'em or leave 'em.

Never noticed this before, but there's a lot of "in's" here. INdoor, IN trance, AdrenalIN drum...and I just noticed the pic on the cover is of a face smoking the wacky tabacci. Wonder why our music is always associated with drugs?

I think it's also funny that Mars gave it an average rating because it's too old school. :P

Mdk

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AstralSphinx    70

This one looks just like what I'm looking for. As per usual, a very funny and entertaining review by Trance2MoveU. :)

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