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Performer: Chemicus
Genre: Electronic
Album: Pyrogenetic
Released: 2005
Style: Psy-Trance
MP3 version ZIP size: 1897 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1384 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Psynina Between Spheres
Written-By, Producer – Nina K.*
2 Thujon Human Imagination
Written-By, Producer – Simon Schwendener
3 Sixsense Dancing Alone
Written-By, Producer – Benny Damski
4 UltraVoice & Kyo-Log Desert Fly
Written-By, Producer – Avi Levi Agalil*
5 Chromatone XES
Written-By, Producer – Lawrence Hoffman
6 Intersys & Rhythmic Acid Experiments
Written-By, Producer – Mark Paskovich, Omri Azran, Shimon Kagan*
7 Elec3 40 Amps
Written-By, Producer – Igal Magitman, Roman Brisker
8 Ananda Shake The Movie Start
Written-By, Producer – Lior Edri, Osher Swissa
9 D-Tek Restricted Area (Audio-X Remix)
Remix – Audio-X*, Gabriel Rocca, Thiago Peduti*Written-By, Producer – D-Tek
10 Dark Nebula Space Weed
Written-By, Producer – Richard Rutter

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Wirikuta Distribution
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Psytropic Records
  • Copyright (c) – Psytropic Records
  • Manufactured By – www.erzschlag.de
  • Pressed By – kdg – 609.865


  • Artwork, Design – Jan Moravec
  • Compiled By – Chemicus
  • Design [Logo] – Tim Thorer
  • Mastered By – Triptych


Distributed By Wirikuta Distribution
Total time: 75:51 min.

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 120014 350425
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L173
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3070
  • Matrix / Runout: 609.865 www.erzschlag.de #1

Psytropic Records based in Germany is allready back with their second compilation, also this time compiled by Chemicus. Their first compilation (Psyinjection) was released earlier this year. Here we get more full on psychedelic trance. First out is a quite fresh new artist called PsyNina (Nina K) who also had a track on the first Psytropic release. This one starts slow and relaxing, with some mystic, chilled vibes. After a couple of minutes, the beat finally starts rolling. Quite groovy, with bubbling, psychedelic sounds above the beat. Sort of dark style, with some German voice samples and floating soundscapes. Track 2 is by Thujon (Simon Schwendener) who has released tracks on Com.Pact and Strichcode. Here we get a groovy, full on track with less variation. Quite massive all the way with some echoing sounds. Track 3 is by SixSense (Benny Damski) from Israel who usually releases tracks on Utopia Records. Here we get a typical Israeli full on track. Quite clubby, with some female voice samples, a pumping bassline and light morning sounds. Pretty cool melodies in this one. Track 4 is a collaboration between Ultravoice (Avi Levi) and Kyo-Log (Leon Gossler), both from Israel. The track we get here is quite intense. A rolling full on track with a few old school influences, but I missed some more variation and creativity in this one. Track 5 is by Chromatone (Lawrence Hoffman) from the United States. Here we get a very groovy sound, but the rest sounds a bit simple to me. Track 6 is a collaboration between two quite fresh groups, InterSys and Rhythmic Acid from Israel. This one starts with a relaxing, floating vibe, piano and a voice sample, before we get thrown into a massive full on bassline again. This track is pretty groovy, but it gets a bit too fluffy for my taste, especially the drug samples. Track 7 is by Elec3 (Igal Magitman & Roman Brisker) from Israel who has released tracks on many different full on labels lately. Here we get a typical Israeli full on track again. Some voice samples and some fluffy sounds. Very clubby style. Track 8 is by Ananda Shake (Osher Swissa & Lior Edri) from Israel who released their debut album (Emotion In Motion) on Utopia Records earlier this year. Here we get a pumping track with a quite dramatic vibe above. After a while, we get a fluffy morning melody which lightens things up. One of the best tracks on this compilation in my opinion. Track 9 is a track originally made by D-Tek (David Durst) from Mexico, but here we get a remix done by Audio-X (Thiago Peduti & Gabriel Rocco), which is a fresh duo from from Brazil. They throw us into much more intense and dark soundscapes. Totally full on, with almost nagging sounds. Dj Chemicus finishes this compilation with a darkpsy track done by Dark Nebula (Richard Rutter) from Australia. Dark vibe, with intense sounds all the way, but more melodic and more variation than I am used to hear from this guy. As last time, we get mostly full on tracks from Israel here, of the kind that gets released a lot these days. If you love the Israeli full on sound these days, you might check it out.

Pyrogenetic is your prototype example of the trance compilation cd. Like many other compilations it contains tons of acts inferior to most fans and, well, obviously, does not offer the ride a cd with a single act offers. Still compilations can be great albums in their own right and certainly they represent an easy way to get access to tomorrows stars. On the other hand, compilations are really about killer tracks so let's jump right into it and see if Chemicus have put any killers in his stash bag for us. Houston, we have a problem! Well, there a several tracks with decent passages, build ups etc. My only problem is most of them doesn't deliver all the way. One minute it rocks but then they throw in some half-ass sample that totally ruins the moment. Track 5 Chromatone by Xes is nice, though, and darker than the other tracks on this album. Also D-tek with their track Restricted Area (Audio-x rmx) delivers a mean bass borderline between full on and psychedelic. That's actually a really nice track! As always you also find a couple of fillers here. Well, quite a few actually. I hate PsyNina's track Between Spheres with its absurd Ay ayayay sample?! Sounds more like No nonono! Or Six Sense's Dancing Alone when they put in female vox. What is this? Club-techno?! If you like trance for the morning and are crazy about those samples that come in at every critic moment you should love this compilation though. But not really my cup of java.