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Discussion in 'Music discussion' started by Fromem_Ory, May 23, 2005.
Origin at Glade tuneage? Sonic Species maybe?
And this, apparently by Man With No Name?
No idea about either of those, sorry. But the Origin is absolutely thundering!!!!
im at work atm so can't listen but ill see if i can help with eitehr of those later...
Edit: Sorry the first Glade video is Zen Mechanics - Air Knob
yup - agree on air knob - that second one tho - yummy! no idea im afraid- sounded more like ajja than man with no name but aren't there two people up there?
Cheers for that.
& Ajja was definitely one of the sets of Glade for me.
Does anyone know what the first tune is in this video?
Many thanks lovelies
Tristan - Orangutangy
For the record, I solved this one myself eventually. It was Terranoise actually with "Shadowland". Heavy shit.
Hi, can anyone ID the tune from this video?
So I need help finding name/artist of a 90s/early 2ks Trance/Tecno/Dance song.
I never heard it on the radio or clubs or on tv. I found it online years ago searching for "progressive trance songs" maybe on limewire or an ftp site, I dont remember. I only remember a few words that may not even be the correct words so here goes:
I'm not sure of the proper genre. I heard it in early 2k so it was probably a 90s song. It was trancey with some metallic sounding deep low bass. I say Psytrance, but who knows if it is really. The theme of the song was like being somewhere hearing a self-destruct sequence or something. There was a lady's voice warning people (like an "abandon ship" or maybe a nuclear powerplant emergency recording) over the music. So you get the feeling that "it's about to blow" so you better escape immediately. She kept repeating what sounded like the words "13...13...13..."(maybe it was something else?) and something about "escape immediately". That's about it for the lyrics.
Most of the song is a mixture of cool trancey sounds and deep raspy metallic bass. Starts with a slow beat and then gets a little faster but not too fast. Thepre's parts of the song that have a nice beat with a sharp intense low pitch metallic-sounding growl every 4-8 beats. Then out of nowhere all percussion stops and you only hear the swirly, fuzzy, tweeky, windy, spacey sounds as that lady starts counting and stuff - with a kind of monotone voice recording. Then all of a sudden, with another of those intense growls, the beats pick up again....
Anyone recognizes it?
Hi, I just came back from a party where I heard this Psy track with an amazing jazz breakdown. Everything dropped out except for some jazz style instruments, maybe a trumpet or a sax, not sure. It enters this place or pure normailty and the instrument is playing its tune then things start to distort around it and you hear some psychedelic effects and then finally the whole pitch of the instrument twists in on itself and the track rises to a and drops back to kick and bass. I really would like to know who it is. Anyone know? Thanks
Hi, I just came back from a party where I heard this track with an amazing jazz breakdown. Everything dropped out except for some jazz style instruments, maybe a trumpet or a sax, not sure. It enters this place or pure normailty and the instrument is playing its tune then things start to distort around it and you hear some psychedelic effects and then finally the whole pitch of the instrument twists in on itself and the track rises to a and drops back to kick and bass. I really would like to know who it is. Anyone know? Thanks
metro_gnome, is it this? If not, tis a badass tune anyway. The bit i recognised from your description is at 5:53.
Got to be Odessi - Moments of Space? Old Prog Trancer on Baroque by Leama & Moor + Tilt.
Either way, that's a fucking good description of it. Good skills & congrats for finding it if so.
fraid thats not it J ro. thanks tho
dunno if it helps but shane gobi was playing it
Absolutely buzzing it was Moments Of Space. I haven't heard or even thought of it in fucking years now, always had a thing for it though.
Definitely prefer it since hearing your description of it as well, hadn't really thought of the the countdown/warning sirens nature of it before. All the better for realising that it's actually saying "Attention, express immediately" as well.
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