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V/A - Lyserg Lesson (Noise Poison Records)

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Posted : Dec 18, 2005 17:38
Compilation: Lyserg Lesson

Label: Noise Poison

Year: 2005

Format: CD

01. Entropy - Blaze Of Light [145 BPM]
02. Wizard Lizard - Holy Gramm [146]
03. Phatmatix - Violent Comedy [147]
04. Happyleptic - Do The East [147]
05. Double R.E.L - Icescream [148]
06. Highko - Ultra Violent [149]
07. Kindzadza - Fany Gylation [150]
08. Kindzadza Vs. Highcosmos - If Its To Fast Then You Are To Old [152]
09. Cosmo - Gami Seta [154]
10. Osom - Be Cool [160]

Noise Poison was set up by Highko, Iguana and Ilse with a sole intention: Endemic brain intoxication. Catatonic rhythms bent on inducing a heart-attack to anyone over thirty. A balanced roster of established artists and newcomers brings the first installment of the lyserg lesson, making a pretty clear statement of what crowds they are looking to appeal, without budging an inch on ‘easy' listening. Tunes coming from twisted minds, seeking equally deranged ears that might find great pleasure in fast, relentless pulsations with a disjointed acerbic aftertaste.

01. Entropy - Blaze Of Light *

“I build this place for a reason, to create this biggest trap in the galaxy. -What did you expect to catch? – Hell is what I'm going to catch and I'm going to burn away in blaze of light”. The first lesson starts the Israeli invasion with the Doof staple, Omer2 & Pitt from Entropy, punching the under under-tones with more up-beat discretion. Plenty of noisy, gurgling VST's and distant squeakies on a steady bass. It gains speed by the end retaining their classical sound… not necessarily a bad thing.

02. Wizard Lizard - Holy Gramm

The invasion from the holly land continues with Roi Levi and Guy Marciano, this time around contributing their Gramm of… yeah. Grazing melodies, swooshing and blooming with blippy effects atop rolling kicks. Besides the Seroxtat remix they made for Apocalypse earlier this year I hadn't heard much else from them. Unsure of what to expect I can attest this one serves as good feet stomper, without standing out much from the daily twilight trance.

03. Phatmatix - Violent Comedy *

We drift to France now, home the good life and Red Cells Records, which includes amongst its founders Fred and Stephane. The Violent Comedy is a complex number launching an attack on the senses with a good dose of samples, alongside catchy lines and coherent action. They don't miss a bar to squeeze in there some quirky element, making it a sumptuous serving. Check out the Scooby-Doo pads by the end closing the chapter in classy way.

04. Happyleptic - Do The East *

Do the east feels like the high point in one of those nights out, you end up regaining consciousness at 6 am on the floor of some unknown petrol station, wondering what happened... and why is your left shoe missing? Ariel Ram hammers a bass so grosse (in the German way) that it seems to jump of out beatwork in its own little plateau. The theme here is laughter blips and samples inviting us to do so, or die trying. One too many build ups for my taste, but it will pick up a crowd that's for sure.

05. Double R.E.L - Icescream *

Icescream brings the second Ariel for a double beating, with near screams tweaked in every possible way, following a trip-out on the higher ranges. Amusing, stuttering lines close-guarded by playfully diverse bass. Which begs the question, why aren't more people doing this?

06. Highko - Ultra Violent *

In need of a few anger management classes, Highko batters a slightly diverse and interesting percussive adventure from the usual monotone; blasting away scratchy notes with meth-odic speed, in near musical fashion.

07. Kindzadza - Fany Gylation

The Fany does seem to gyrate or ‘gylate'… whatever that means, mostly by wallowing in static and short-circuits sounds. The ghost in the machine has taken over, a schizophrenic metal being undergoing an electricity discharge several thousand volts in excess. So it goes nuts for the first 7 minutes while the juice lasts, expiring in a painfully sluggish manner, dragging every volt off delayed fizzy FX.

08. Kindzadza Vs. Highcosmos - If Its To Fast Then You Are To Old *

Besides having a similar sound bank from Leo's gylation, it is as fast and wild as you could expect. They don't just name tracks like that without a backbone in the 150's to back it up. Highcosmos complements the piece well with a second synth and near harmonic dissonance. There is a build up half-way through the size of Himalayas, working well to start thinking about cueing something with fat kick on top.

09. Cosmo - Gami Seta

Peter Kubala left his studio in Goa to work on the Greek coasts for this one and the change of scenery did not affect his style one bit. Half way we find a curious sample of Ali G when he's talking to the head of the Fb-aigh' and the question pops: "What should a young man do to join the Fb? -Stay away from drugs they should go to college and study hard.” Bit of comedy yeah? Just like this whole track. Are you supposed to dance to this? I'm not an adrenaline junky, I'm getting old and damn lazy, so I'll be waiting for a little more substance next time around.

10. Osom - Be Cool *

Yes a folk that is no mistake, the track is going at 160. Faster than you could even fathom chasing the road runner. In ancient Africa they used to hunt elephants with huge drums by inverting the animal's heart beat. That or my music teacher was full of it. Either way, ‘Be Cool' should be banned on all nature's reserves where endangered animals might fall prey of this deadly beat. It goes beyond the edge by the end, at which point the metronome seems to either give up or break. You're going to have to excuse my French when say, “fuckin ‘aye”.

* Favourites

All and all :

The lesson is down-right masochistic if you just finished listening to Beckers. No, they will NOT go well together… I am sure. The collection of peaking blasters delivers a needed energy boost when required. If you are DJ it becomes a sturdy battle tool and the slip-case helps. A lot of high tension on these tracks, some working better than others and as such I see it suiting gig atmospheres more than at home. I'm happy I got it, and will be using it… looking forward to the second version with even higher expectations, more naked tourists and slightly lower BMP's.

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Posted : Dec 19, 2005 08:53
Killer compilation,just got my copy by of my favourites of this year, track to track it gets better, this cd is'nt leaving my player for some time.
Superb one boys cant wait for the highkosmos album.
This comp is a must have for all psyfreaks.Trust me dont miss this one.
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Dec 19, 2005 09:19
indeed killa v/a

all the best to Highko, Iguana and Ilse

best track for me Wizard Lizard - Holy Gramm 

Combat - New Generation
VA - Greekedelia
VA - Endangered Species
Psychotic Micro - Edge of Sanity
VA - League of Shadows
Delysid - Noize Infection
VA - Twilight Vision soon...

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Posted : Dec 19, 2005 16:53
great compilation !
best track of Highko>>bravo my friend

Killer track also from OSOM !!!!!!!!!!

big bala boom ! 
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Posted : Dec 20, 2005 17:11
Great revew Rah
My favorite tracks are the Highko and the Kindzadza Vs HighCosmoS.

This two are great with fast beats and crazy psychedelia inside .

Keep that crazy job Noise Poison .           Skate 0R Die
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Posted : Dec 21, 2005 10:24
great tracklist in here. full power cd

osom track is a bomb           *Night Oracle Records

*Vertigo Records/Indigo Recs
*Femina Mandragora/Rhakti Dei
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Posted : Dec 21, 2005 10:38
cool review.... wizard lizard is a smasher, kdd-fany gylation...what can i say??? best release from the man this year... hehe and osom!!! just the way we like it
good one noize poizon crew

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Posted : Dec 21, 2005 15:38
Cosmo track tittle says it all about this kind of trance
Gami seta!!!

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Posted : Dec 21, 2005 23:36
Dont be negative my friend ...
music is music ! Respect

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Posted : Dec 22, 2005 15:01
Awasome compilation. Massive sound and maniac patterns...
The Osom track is nothing less than amazing... Sick stuff.           Dressed to kill you look so right... I am drunk with lust tonite.
Wizack Twizack
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Posted : Dec 22, 2005 19:39
i got my copy now.. and my favourties on this one are the second half..
but the highlight is for sure the osom track.. unbeleavebul!!

osom just keep on fuck with our heads the way we like it..

great first compilation buy this great new lable!!
Really a must have for the dark hours.
way to go guys..
Respect and thank u!

bOm..           For Contact & Bookings:
New Album Out: Wizack Twizack - IV (Ovnimoon Records 2011)
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Posted : Dec 23, 2005 11:31
Another Release from hell.

Noise poison doing and did very good job wicked style in this comp some twisted tunes with light that u can burnn every sunshine :sunshine: on the dancefloor and some smacking bombs (in the fast side ) that will make your legs to hand the brain and run over to the space .

Anyway very intresthing tracklist in this 1.

my fav:

Kindzadza - Fany Gylation

Highko - Ultra Violent

Entropy - Blaze Of Light

Phatmatix - Violent Comedy

also the rest of the list is totally crazy

R.E.L Guys with good tunes

and wizard making boombing 1

cosmo osom go nuutss hehehe

guys anotherr hit from the noise poison crew.

keep it up iguana and the rest of the family akur and al the ook that involveld.

peace morbid.           Happy Happy,Joy Joy.
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Posted : Dec 27, 2005 23:32

this just gets better with each track
the wizard lizard track is a belter

kinjaja vs highcosmos

then mr osom

cant stop stomping to this !

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Posted : Dec 28, 2005 15:24
this sounds like full on 

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Posted : Dec 28, 2005 16:36
Excellent compilation...

All favourites person or thing
Track 8 and 6 is in mine set list
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