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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B00004V2B7
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Peter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 July 2002
Format: Audio CD
This collection sounds as fresh as when released. Astralasia's music is trance with a lot of soul and therefore does not sound mass-produced or cold & clinical. The underlying theme is one of spiritual growth and mind expansion. The use of sound samples is meaningful and intelligent, and brings the individual tracks to life. For example, on the first track a female and male voice, an occasional choral infusion and an urgent yet relaxing rhythm create an instant classic. Realise Your Purple seamlessly integrates the voice of an inspirational speaker with a gripping backdrop of rhythmic textures. Sul-E-Stomp, described on the cover notes as "... some sort of fusion between the folk and rave scene ..." is indeed a catchy blend of addictive rhythm and collages of lovely melody which includes bagpipes/violin sections. This reminded me of a disco classic, "Scots Machine/Bayou Village", from around 1978 by the band Voyage. From disco to Techno again: Mad is a tribute to Belgian techno tracks with the subdued sounds of mad laughter expertly interwoven in the mix. Hashishin is a great anthem of hypnotic rhythms, mysterious voices and rousing choral vocals with an overall oriental flavor. Mother Durga - a compelling mix of spacey rhythms and chick-chanted vocals - of course made me think of DJ Cheb I Sabbah's "Shri Durga", (which may appeal to fans of Astralasia). Every single one of these ten tracks creates a world of its own in which the listener may abandon her/himself, as the message of optimism and healthy-mindedness has seldom been conveyed so eloquently, nor is trance music ever as life-affirming as this. Astralogy offers a profound and inspiring listening experience.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Peter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 April 2011
Format: Audio CD
This collection sounds as fresh as when released. Astralasia's music is soulful trance, far removed from mass-produced or cold & clinical dance styles. The underlying theme is one of spiritual growth and mind expansion.

Meaningful and intelligent samples enhance the ambiance and bring the individual tracks to life. For example, on Rhythm of Life a female and male vocal, an occasional choral infusion and an urgent yet relaxing rhythm create an instant classic. Realise Your Purpose seamlessly integrates the voice of an inspirational speaker with an arresting backdrop of rhythmic textures.

Sul-E-Stomp, described on the sleeve notes as "... some sort of fusion between the folk and rave scene ..." is indeed a catchy blend of percolating rhythms and interweaving melodies that include bagpipes/violin sections. This reminded me of a disco classic, "Scots Machine/Bayou Village", from around 1978 by the band Voyage.

From Disco to Techno again: Mad is a tribute to Belgian techno tracks with the subdued sounds of mad laughter expertly blended in the mix. Hashishin is a great anthem of hypnotic rhythms, mysterious voices and rousing choral vocals with an overall oriental flavor.

Mother Durga - a compelling mix of spacey rhythms and chanted female vocals - of course made me think of DJ Cheb I Sabbah's "Shri Durga", (which may appeal to fans of Astralasia). Every single one of these ten tracks creates a world of its own in which the listener may abandon her/himself, as the message of optimism and healthy-mindedness has seldom been conveyed so eloquently, nor is trance music ever as life-affirming as this. Astralogy offers a profound and inspiring listening experience.
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