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AMD - Big Fish (Nano Records, February 2007)

pr0fane
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Posted : Mar 6, 2007 21:25
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full_on
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Posted : Mar 7, 2007 12:49
I have a question:

This Big Dipper track is the same released more than a year ago in the VA - Network or is it an updated version or remix?
Thanks.
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Posted : Mar 7, 2007 14:10
great album..from 1st track till last one..pure psychedelic..can't wait to hear AMD in a live p.a.
i suggest this album to everyone :>
pr0fane
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Posted : Mar 7, 2007 19:19
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On 2007-03-07 12:49, full_on wrote:
I have a question:

This Big Dipper track is the same released more than a year ago in the VA - Network or is it an updated version or remix?
Thanks.
Respect!




Yep, same one.           DJ pr0fane (Iboga Records) | Multiphase
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Posted : Mar 8, 2007 11:09
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MoWGLi
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Posted : Mar 8, 2007 20:06
Quote:

On 2007-03-07 12:49, full_on wrote:
I have a question:

This Big Dipper track is the same released more than a year ago in the VA - Network or is it an updated version or remix?
Thanks.
Respect!



'Don't Look In There' was also previously released on Tsunami BenefitCDX3.
Kundalini
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Posted : Mar 9, 2007 23:17
its a 'Big Fish' album killer tracks thumbs up for AMD and Nano again waiting for Tristan to arrive
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Dickster
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Posted : Mar 28, 2007 14:13
Thanks for the review Profane....yes it was alot of hard work but happy with it just need to write more now!Although i'm doing about 2 different projects a week!The Big Dipper track and Don't Look in there have been released before but we went through them both and cleaned them up a bit,we did'nt remix them but they should sound better!We put them on there as it was our first album and they were quite important tracks to us.Anyway hope you lot enjoy them and hope to see you in israel during the summer sometime!!
djmeghan
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Posted : Mar 28, 2007 14:54
Just got this one the other day. Very nice album...thank you Aphid Moon and Dickster!!! My favs are: 1, 2, 4, 5(!), 8, 9(!)           http://www.psylicious.com
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Posted : Apr 15, 2007 01:16
nice relese... album is illumination, when you look, what nowdays labels relese, sorrow
morning glory is my favorite           LIFE Is Just The Choice Between FEAR and LOVE.
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Voice of All
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Posted : Apr 15, 2007 22:56
not bad at all... and galaktik family has realy nice parts!           Spiritual guides are to practice and serve in ways that cultivate awareness, empathy, and wisdom.
Acidhive
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Posted : Apr 16, 2007 00:14
I agree with what's being said here. A great album and no mistake. Some of the uplifting parts at the end of the tracks really remind me of the great stuff Oforia used to make in his 'Delirious' and 'Pigs In Space' days           "Subconscious unravels at the point of death, and all time it has known erupts into a moment. As death extinguishes us, so we become it."

[Esoteric: Subconscious Dissolution Into The Continuum]
Pavel
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Posted : Apr 16, 2007 01:30
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On 2007-04-16 00:14, Acidhive wrote:
Some of the uplifting parts at the end of the tracks really remind me of the great stuff Oforia used to make in his 'Delirious' and 'Pigs In Space' days


Exactly what i was thinking when i heard it.
Good ol' Pigs In Space days           Everyone in the world is doing something without me
psyreviews
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Posted : Apr 16, 2007 05:39
what was that about pron?



AMD
Big Fish
Nano

I’m not sure how many times over the years I’ve said that something is “psytrance the way it should be.” I’d wager I’ve not said it too many times in the last few years, but thankfully now we have a reason. This is decent stuff. AMD is Aphid Moon (who apparently thinks I hate him because I’ve never said a decent word about him) and Dick Trevor (not sure what he thinks of me, I did once tell him that the sound at a gig he’d recently played was shit, but look, we’re digressing.) Their collaboration, as hinted with the odd Nano and Alchemy compilation tracks, is a tuff one. The sound is big and beefy, the production is spacey and well-rounded. It’s all about chunkiness, it’s the sort of thing that makes you want to go and rent a Funktion One for the weekend just so you can appreciate it properly. There’s mad depth: Galactic Family’s shifting basslines suck you right into the centre of some sort of doof-vacuum, before spitting you out in a kaleidoscopic acid ejaculation. There’s unrestrained funk: the effortlessly fluid Morning Glory during which, scientists have determined, it is impossible not to grin. They are definitely at their best doing huge, acid-driven psychedelic: Slightly Turbo and especially Big Dipper, both putting you in mind of vintage Space Cat. And it’s all so effortless. Part of me wants AMD to be more involved, more energetic about what they’re doing; but then these chaps are (thank gawd) older than Eskimo. If Eskimo is Wayne Rooney, AMD are Alan Shearer and Matt Le Tissier. Or possibly Saint and Greavsie. This is an act everyone needs to see live. You really get the impression that listening at home is about as close an approximation to the real thing as a letter in the back of an old Mayfair you found at the side of a motorway sliproad is to full sex with the assembled Brazil under 21’s volleyball team. Which is a good a way to finish a review as any.



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Posted : Apr 16, 2007 15:26
very nice album,
floating baselines, smooth and intelligent,
one of the best fullon releases this year

good work           http://www.last.fm/user/LastFmKoen
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