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Dickster & Tristan Really High 8:05
Zen Mechanics Psychotropical Nights 8:22
The First Stone Todo Mundo 8:35
E-Jekt Petroleum Base (Live Edit) 6:50
Burn In Noise Herbman 6:55
Headroom Vistarama 8:40
Tristan Bombscare 8:00
The First Stone Space People 8:33
AMD Multiverse 8:38
Aerophobia Indeep & Dance 6:11


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VGL-CD-005 Various Universo Paralello ‎(CD, Comp) Vagalume Records VGL-CD-005 Brazil 2008
VGL-CD-005, 21020806 Various Universo Paralello ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial, Dig) Vagalume Records , ООО "Музыкальное созвездие" VGL-CD-005, 21020806 Russia 2008

Various - Universo Paralello download free
Performer: Various
Genre: Electronic
Title: Universo Paralello
Country: Brazil
Released: 2008
Style: Psy-Trance, Goa Trance
MP3 version ZIP size: 1493 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1206 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 738

I’m gonna level with you. I bought this album a year ago because I had never been to what is supposedly one of the most amazingly scened festivals in the world. Close to Salvador in the Brazilian state Bahia, the festival Universo Paralello has been going on every New Years Eve for almost ten years. The pictures on their website looks unbelievable and I was eager to know if the music could keep up with this. #1. Shit. If the rest of the album is anything like Dickster and Tristan's Really High Universo Paralello is out of this world! On their own Dickster and Tristan have always been into Full On and their touch doesn’t let them down here. Packed with sections and climaxes, tons of ideas, and a steady full on line to keep it together Really High is an instant Full On classic in my book. If this is the sound of Universo Paralello these bones are coming their way! Damn. What an opener. #2. We were in the jungle. There were too many of us. We had access to too much money, too much equipment, and little by little we went insane. Universo Paralello out to tell us something..?! That sample gets me every time. If D&T was straight forward full on Zen Mechanics is more challenging, but once you get onboard, Psychotropical Nights sets you comfortably in a chair to Dada Ville. Great track. #3. Set in a parallel universe it is only appropriate that The First Stone should give us Todo Mundo. How is this coming out? Well, the 16/16 bass is still supplying the energy but things are traditional now. My real nag is that it doesn’t quite deliver in the end. #4. E-Jekt is far away from the three openers. Petroleum Base (Live Edit) is X-Dream Tech-Trance craze. Damn, been years since I heard this! So is this a heart combusting reunion? Ah no, I pass. You gotta go all in to get this. When you do islands of certainty will appear. But … well, you know. When I’m in the mood. When I’m in the mood. #5. Burn In Noise out to set this compilation back on track? By any account his name should validate for keeping a steady beat and Herbman takes it head on. Intro and one minute in we’re in full on territory. The bass to rock us down and a long trip towards the last two minutes something great antheme. Dude, it’s awesome. I love that. But I’ve done it so many times I need just a little more craziness. This is not a fall through and it’s not a full come back. #6. South-African Headroom opens the final half of UP with Vistarama. Oh, my. Is this the come back I’ve been hoping for? UP dropped the full on gowns and went down lane Progressive Psytrance. The balls I’ve been waiting for smack in my face. And I like that salty taste! Kept to the bone Adam Metcalfe keeps it lightly layered and when he takes it full on two thirds through I’m well back onboard the flight to Bahia. Killargh track. #7. Tristan is old school! He’s been in the game since before there was one. On Bombscare he proves he still knows how to have a good time. Yet, these latter years Tristan Cooke’s been known for going up and down in my book. He’s always a show but he can be hard core and he can off the mill. Bombscare stays true to his legend. This is neither fish nor bird. This is back on track full on. With an acidic twist. #8. Brazilian home boys The First Stone returns with Space People. Judging from pictures of the festival the people at UP look pretty spaced out so I guess it’s only fair they should have a sound track. And how is the sound of space people? Well, half way through you are encountering some alien inspired radio-like interview samples that will take any dancers heart out and crush itt. If nothing else it’s daring but it’s a little too weird for my liking. #9. Perhaps AMD’s Multiverse is more the soundtrack of UP. Opening on a story on universe, time, and consciousness AMD quickly takes us full on and back to Bahia land. Slightly boring one third through Multiverse manages to come back on the second half. I’m still entertained but it is getting a little same-o-same-o. #10. Aerophobia is one of only two Richard Hessels releases. It’s no surprise that the dutch Hessels is given the reward of closing this album. Hessels’ been a major force behind UP and a world reknown dj for years. So how’s he faring behind the pc? Well, name aside Indeep & Dance is a good full on track. Heard it before? Yup! Oh damn … So are we encountering earth shattering news from the Universo Paralello? Well, perhaps not. This is an album for full on followers. A couple of tracks apart I’ve heard this type of psychedelic trance on many compilations. That needs not be bad, mind you. Just don’t expect Jehova to come down and hand you the 10 Commandments of contemporary psychedelic electronica with Universo Paralello. That having been said Universo Paralello has some damn good full on tunes and easily makes for a safe purchase. For the visitors of UP obviously an essential. The setting this music takes place in … I can’t wait to go.