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v/a Human Hyperactivation (Metapsychic) 2007

Le Lotus Bleu
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Posted : Oct 7, 2007 16:35

V/A Human Hyperactivation (Metapsychic) 2007

Metapsychic is a net-label held by Lost Buddha & Cosmogenesis. Human Hyperactivation is their second compilation, but their first one commercialized through Internet (the first one was free to download check their website : )


01. Pan Psychic In Suspend
02. Mindsphere - Perception
03. Subra - Snel Hest
04. Artifact303 - Trip To The Sun
05. Pandemonium - Pandemonium
06. Liquid Flow - Overdose
07. Alienxxs - Infected Creature
08. Brain Technology - Jungle Hippie
09. Nolax - Pareidolia

Compiled by Filipe Santos (Lost Buddha), Cosmogenesis & Octodur
Mastered by Dave Hook (Infinite Dimensions)
Artwork by Bruno Filizola (Astrancer)

1> I've got a worry with Pan Psychic (Georgy & Ivan Fedorenko) from Russia, his track is too fast to my taste, it doesn't fit well with its content. That's a pity coz with an appropriate tempo, it'd result more attractive; & unfortunately it just gives a headache.

2> Mindsphere (Ali Akgun) from Turkey propulses our ears through the cosmos, the atmosphere is very spatial. The feeling delivered is closed from a goa-anthem like Prana The Earth which was made with Indoor, that explain too the big Israeli vibe influence here.

4> Artifact303 (Zolt Peter) from Romania manages to produce some true happy & powerful Goa sounding & being at the same time quite genuine, i mean this tune doesn't evoke me something already done by the past except an Astral Projection influence in the combo rhythmic-deep bassline.

5> Pandemonium (Filipe Santos) from Portugal comes to rock the place with a hard pumping Goa tune with a massive kick (Miranda or Shiva Shidapu alike). Around 3''00 we benefit from a sweet oriental melody played at the vibraphone & flute, which brings an interesting contrast with the previous ultra-energized acid-rock harmony with the heavy brassy tones option added. From 4''50, the melodic thema is declined another way, focusing on the insane elements to increase the frenzy.

6> Liquid Flow (Tomislav Savic) from Croatia, shows an intense & quite short strong 303 Goa tasty stuff. No, we aren't on a Acid Flash compilation, but really on Human Hyperactivation. Here as you probably already understood, we are in the land of the big smashing sound, pure body music.

7> Alienxxs (Simon Bay) from Switzerland has done an average tune : nothing bad but nothing brain blasting too : it goes fast (too fast), it lacks a lot of contrast (please work a bit more the mix of tune next time, everything is at the same level...) & the sounds are quite common.

8> Brain Technology (Damir Abjanovie) from Croatia brings a more hypnotic goa side that could make your head turned. It could remind slightly Disco Volante with Forbidden (Floorplay remix) but much more thick, powerful & faster.

9> Nolax (Christoph Mitsch) from Austria, decides to employ heavy shrill tones that's a risky choice & i don't share it. For me these kind of sounds are closer to the torture than the entertainment, sorry.

For the old school lovers, this compilation is good choice as the selection permits to range a nice variety of Goa tune from more or less acid to Oriental influenced through hypnotic, shrill, emotional or adrenalistic styles. Furthermore some tracks will certainly remind you some good old goa productions & nice memories.

Highlights: 2,4,5

Good moments:3,6,8

Le Lotus Bleu
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Posted : Oct 7, 2007 21:27
sorry the comment for track 3 has vanished by error, my apologies

here it is:

3> Subra (Michael Anenburg) from Israel has cooked a more chiseled neo-goa tune which lets a little place for a somehow global melancholic feeling. From a creativity & originality Goa view, it's without doubt the most interesting tune from the compilation; although i'm not convinced by the interest of the acid line's presence that sounds superflue or misappropriated.

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Posted : Oct 9, 2007 20:17
nice review!good compilation!
Metapsychic Records
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Posted : Oct 16, 2007 19:09
Thanks for this interesting and very nice review, Le Lotus Bleu We are glad to see that some people show interests to our work and the goa-trance music Thanks for your support.

Respectfully yourz,
Metapsychic Rec.
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Posted : Oct 17, 2007 11:34
Artifakt303 track is great, the others i hv to listen more carefully.

I like this old goa style, its so not full-on
Metapsychic Records
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Posted : Oct 25, 2007 17:55
Thanks for your interest to our music, Survey We are glad that you enjoy some of this compilation tracks. More will come soon

Respectfully yourz,
Metapsychic Rec.
Lost Buddha
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Posted : Oct 30, 2007 00:52
thanks a lot for your nice review on our compilation , plus im glad to see your point of view in my own track.
thank you.
best regards ,

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Posted : Nov 14, 2007 15:30
Great compilation! I love listening to it.
Metapsychic records rulz!           Upwards, upwards into the sky, flying higher and higher, until I feel like I could touch the Sun!
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Posted : Dec 28, 2007 17:44
more more more
ps. why did u guys quit ?           PSYKS
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