Title: Eclectronic - A Trip Through Magick Eye
Style: Breakbeat, Downtempo, Drum n Bass, Jungle
Format: MP3 FLAC ASF VOX MPC VOC XM FLAC ASF
FLAC size: 1489 mb | MP3 size: 1767 mb | WMA size: 1454 mb
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Dream UK Magazine (catalog number none) Magick Eye Records (catalog number none). This album was released in 1998-12-00 year. UK. Format of the release is.
Free with Dream UK issue 3. Not for resale. Mixed by Swordfish (of Astralasia). Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD11. Matrix, Runout: ELECTRONIC CD Systems UK 19497.
Magick Eye is very pleased to announce that the excellent 'Flutatious' will be joining the label roster and will be releasing a new EP as part of Magick Eye's recently launched singles and EP's series. Flutatious are an incredible group of musicians who play music that is hard to categorise and is variously described as Folk, Rock, Celtic, Prog, Psychedelic and Trance
Free with Dream UK issue 3. Not for resale Mixed by Swordfish (of Astralasia). Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD11 Matrix, Runout: ELECTRONIC CD Systems UK 19497.
Swordfish: The Album soundtrack from 2001, composed by Various Artists, Paul Oakenfold, Christopher Young. Released by Sire in 2001 (31169-2) containing music from Swordfish (2001). a rather simple plot, there are enough twists and digital eye-candy to deliver an entertaining and noteworthy film. Swordfish, the album, is nearly not as powerful as the film it was meant to support. Paul Oakenfold is a professional DJ who has delivered a soundtrack that can't stand alone by itself. In the movie, the music performs its expected role of fueling the action sequences and building suspense, as any soundtrack should. This soundtrack fails to be.
Trip Through Your Wires" is a song by Irish rock band U2 and the eighth track on their 1987 album, The Joshua Tree. The song has a bluesy rhythm and features lead singer Bono on harmonica. In 1986 an early version of this song, containing different lyrics was performed on the RTÉ programme TV GAGA. During the song's recording, producer Daniel Lanois played the Omnichord, an electronic autoharp.
|1||–Astralasia||One Fine Day||2:54|
|5||–Under The Honeytunnel||Polarity||2:38|
|6||–Spiralhead||All My Dreams||2:08|
|8||–Children Of Dub||Feeling Has Gone||4:51|
|9||–SYT||Blazing Sun Dub||1:15|
|10||–Children Of Dub||Greed||2:07|
|11||–Mushroom||Slap Tongue Squeeky Bonk||3:58|
|12||–Another Green World||Another Green Waltz||4:19|
|13||–Astralasia||Principles Of Pleasure||3:26|
|14||–Under The Honeytunnel||Electromagnetic||3:04|
|15||–Mushroom||Squatter In The House||6:53|
- Pressed By – CD Systems
- DJ Mix – Swordfish
NotesFree with Dream UK issue 3. Not for resale
Mixed by Swordfish (of Astralasia).
All tracks are published by Magick Eye Publishing except for track 12 which is published by Westbury Music / New Age.
On the spine: Eclectronica Compilation two CD2
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD11
- Matrix / Runout: ELECTRONIC CD Systems UK 19497