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Talamasca - Musica Divinorum

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the best psy-trance artist of all time!!!

full-on 4 ever

3d vision thank u!!!

that's all:20/10!!!

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Guest 2lundh[at]telia[dot]com   
Guest 2lundh[at]telia[dot]com

Time simulation is the shit real psy/stomp thats the way it should be....

 

down the shrooms and put it on or ill eat your brainbanana!!!!!

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Guest oyaron[at]bezeqint[dot]net   
Guest oyaron[at]bezeqint[dot]net

cedric is the one!! the only one!!

musica divinorum...great journey...

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Guest shyli   
Guest shyli

Absolutely fantastic albom!

Talamasca's qualities.

Keep up the good work! u make people happy!

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Guest Philip Xmen   
Guest Philip Xmen

This album is overrated...

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seraph    13

Pretty good album but in fact not better than his first one...it is definately

overrated as the guy above said it...It has very good songs : THE RACER,

MUSICA DIVINORUM, THE OLD SCHOOL, TIME SIMULATION, JOINT O ' CLOCK but the

rest is just good...8/10

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Guest Dr G   
Guest Dr G

My opinion is that this is a great album and one of the few releases today to

deserve the title of "Goa". The production is extremely good and sounds

fantastic on a good sound system; clearly a lot of effort was put in.

Talamasca is melodic and uplifting without becoming cheesy, and has that

important element of mystery, ethereality and otherworldliness that is missing

from a great deal of current trance which regularly sounds very like techno.

Some people may find this continuation of the "goa spirit" to be too

contrived, but contrived or not, it is a welcome respite from the hard

metronomic beats and lack of melody that is all too common in 2002. It is

inevitable that any cultural movement goes through a number of typical shifts:

an initial period of establishment during which genre characteristics are laid

down which are typically energetic, unapologetic and excited; a cool-off

plateau period during which those characteristics are refined, honed and

expanded; and finally a decadent period during which the scene fragments, moves

in other directions, becomes unrecognisable, typically characterised by a more

sardonic tone and infighting. In this "decadent" period, which is not to say

"bad" period, it is good to hear some artists maintaining a clear link to the

original spirit and manifesting that link in new and interesting ways. I have

been wondering of late whether the very word "Goa" explains some of the

positivity, not to mention trippiness, of the original Goa trance sound.

In other words, does the movement away from a beautiful "Third World" location

with a long "spiritual" tradition, and all the politics of post-colonialism

that goes with that, not explain why the sound now is much harder, more

city-influenced? I've also been wondering whether the harder sounds (whether

they be minimalist, tech-trance, terror-trance, full-on, or whatever) result

from an aversion to the triple mozarella dished out by the Euro-hordes; or is

there a deeper anger, drug or spiritual malaise happening

here? Whatever the case, this is an absolutely brilliant album that is not

overrated at all. 1010

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Basilisk    38

Good vibes... nothing groundbreaking, but nice to hear...

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Jon Cocco    65

I miss THIS Talamasca. Whatever happened to THIS Talamasca?

This album is so creative, catchy, and fun! Great for dancing and home listening.

 

Enjoy this thing here

https://youtu.be/v3Xv4WdWGEE

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