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Tristan - Close Zen Counters / Talisman album mp3

Tristan - Close Zen Counters / Talisman album mp3

Performer: Tristan
Title: Close Zen Counters / Talisman
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Style: Goa Trance
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 667
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Close zen counters is one hell of a track, while Talisman just isn't up to the job. Reply Notify me Helpful. Talisman" is more growly and agressive, with more of a UK acid vibe to it than the A-side. There is a fair bit of nutiness going on, so people who are into crazy stuff should give this a go. It doesn't do much for me though, unless I'm in just the right mood. It feels too fast and hectic, without any certain purpose or reason. The melodies are way weaker than on the A-side. Conclusion: "Close Zen Counters" is fantastic! Had it only been blessed with a slightly better mastering it would have been one of my all-time favourites. Talisman" isn't very.

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Tristan - Close zen counters live.

Tristan is stage name of Tristan Cooke, Psytrance and GOA trance DJ and producer from United Kingdom. He started performing as DJ in 1993 after he came back from trip to India. His debut release was at Matsuri Records in 1995. His first full length album "Audiodrome" was released by Twisted Records in 1998. He was performing live on biggest psytrance festivals around the world, including Boom Festival, Ozora Festival, along with mainstream dance festivals such as Glastonbury. During the years, Tristan has collaborated with many artists, including Raja Ram, The Antidote (Serge Souque. Close Zen Counters EP - Aquatec Records, 1996. EP - 21-3 Records, 1996. Process - KV 23 EP - Flying Rhino Records, 1996.

Tristan - Close Zen Counters. VA - Cult ll - A Miracle Summer Breeze 1998. Radio Moscow is an American psychedelic band from Iowa. 9 September ·. youtube. Wooden Shjips ‎– . Full Album).

100th Monkey & Tristan – Gobi desert (1995). Tristan – Talisman (1996). Tristan, killerwattstristan – way of life 2014 (2014). TRISTAN, OUTSIDERSTristan & Outsiders – Force Of Nature (2013). TRISTAN, OUTSIDERSTristan & Outsiders – 2000 Light Years (2013).

Tristan Cooke is not a newbie and knows what it takes to craft a psychedelic track. Chemisphere was badly lacking, the Killerwatts album more down than up. I really liked parts ofthe Fearsome Engine album but it's not a huge classic by any stretch. There are some proper full power psychedelic moments on this album. Time and Space", "Enlightenment" and even "Talking in Technicolor" all destroy the dancefloor. Yes there are some cheese bombs ("Excitement Generator" ugh).

Tracklist

A Close Zen Counters 7:40
B Talisman 6:42

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Bournville Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Aquatec Records
  • Copyright (c) – Aquatec Music

Credits

  • Written-By, Engineer – Tristan Cooke

Notes

Recorded at the Bourneville Studios.

℗ Aquatec Records 1996
© Aquatec Music 1996

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ATECT 005 Tristan Close Zen Counters / Talisman ‎(12", W/Lbl) Aquatec Records ATECT 005 UK 1996


Reviews (3)
Bundis
True, this song [Close Zen Encounters] hits in the center of the Classic Goa Trance vibe and feel. In case you missed the early days, this song will give you a hint of what the old schoolers are talking about. when they say that True Goa Trance is a feeling as much as it is a sound. The second cut works for me as well if a set was to go off into more of an irreverent "Space Tribe" direction with fun tweaky sounds. Depends on the mood.

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Totally agree with Ukiro. Close zen counters is one hell of a track, while Talisman just isn't up to the job.

Twentyfirstfinger
Now this is a classic! As with all Aquatec releases (or at least the ones I have), the mastering isn't really top notch. In this case it's a little heavy on the treble for my taste. Nothing major, but enough to catch my attention. "Close Zen Counters" is a very bubbling track with big, high-pitched effects flying about. The melody early on is rather anonymous and won't do much, but I guess thats the point, because the one he throws at us after the break has to go down as one of the best melodies _ever_. Sadly it's not as loud as I'd want, but it's one of the few melodies from any psy-trance or goa record that I can find myself humming and unable to get out of my head. Along with the noises and other little stabs of melody it makes for a damn fine track, catching the very essence of the old goa style. The mid section offers a nice, very high pitch resonating melody over the wall of sounds he's built up. Then that fantastic lead melody creeps back in, but sadly at a slightly too low volume. "Talisman" is more growly and agressive, with more of a UK acid vibe to it than the A-side. There is a fair bit of nutiness going on, so people who are into crazy stuff should give this a go. It doesn't do much for me though, unless I'm in just the right mood. It feels too fast and hectic, without any certain purpose or reason. The melodies are way weaker than on the A-side. Conclusion: "Close Zen Counters" is fantastic! Had it only been blessed with a slightly better mastering it would have been one of my all-time favourites. "Talisman" isn't very interesting.

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