Kosmic Archives '98 (CD-R)
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Kosmic Archives Vol.3 Featuring theHacker, WayFinder, Screamager, Ranger Rick, Genosha, Vivid, Bert, Groove Unit (Jrook & Oona), Andreas Wiklund, Zinc, Maelcum, Mercure, Jazztiz and many moreThis is the latest (spring 1999) release from Area51 Records in USA, a record label born out of the independent underground computer music scene and the artists of the "Kosmic Free Music Foundation".This double CD features one audio-CD and one data-CDROM. The audio-CD contains some incredibly high quality trance, dub and chill-out music. All of it lives within the various "techno" realms, but the different tracks are very varied and especially the chill-out tracks are dominant and really great tracks. Sometimes music is at its best when it lives in the underground!The second CD is a CDROM useable on Amiga, PC and Mac with lots of additional music in MP3 and FastTracker module format. There are 119 songs in MP3 format and 118 FastTracker modules, all from artists featured in the Kosmic Free Music Foundation roster. A total of over 11 hours of music. All of it is presented as web-pages on the CD, so it looks good and is easy to browse, too.The data CDROM is a nice bonus, but I really have to say that the audio CD would easily be worth it's money on it's own. I will definitely keep a copy of this for my own personal collection.
01. theHacker - "Static Soul" 02. WayFinder - "The Journey" 03. Screamager - "Mister Invisible" 04. Ranger Rick - "Millennialist" 05. Genosha - "Supernatant Satisfaction" 06. Vivid - "Soldier 2" 07.Vivid - "Soldier 2" 08. Groove Unit (Jrook & Oona) - "Theory of Life" 09. Andreas Viklund - "Traxah Symphonee" 10. Ranger Rick - "Perfect Paranoia" 11. Zinc - "Techno Prisoners" 12. Screamager - "Gone on Arrival" 13. Maelcum - Playing Spoons 14. Mercure - Magic Formula 15. Jazztiz - Mannaz
Record created/updated: 23. September 2004.
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