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Ramin - Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP download album

  • Performer: Ramin
  • Title: Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Germany
  • Formats: VQF FLAC XM MP1 AC3 TTA VOC
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Trance, Techno
  • MP3 album: 1844 mb
  • FLAC album: 1146 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 917
Ramin - Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP download album

Complete your Ramin collection. An outstanding EP of various styles, Ramin really showed his class on this very progressive release. Starting off with I Can't Understand we get a clubby house vibe running along with a wonderful, warm (almost acidic) bassline until the 2 minute mark; a lush pad flows in, full of Eastern promise and instantly the track is transformed into prototype Progressive Trance. A very forward thinking track indeed, as it combines elements from trance to house to techno, yet it still manages to include the obligatory 1991 "whoo" rave sample! Reality takes a darker, more tribal approach

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Title : Essence Of Ecstasy . Format : 12". Released : 1991. Where Is My) Ecstasy. Additional information.

I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP Performer: Ramin Naghachian Год: 1991 Jan 19 Genre: Electronic music Style: Trance Techno This album was released on lable Dance Ecstasy 2001 (catalog num DE 2005) Planet Core Productions (catalog num PCP 014) Country: Germany Duration: 09:17:29 Format of the release is: CD, EP Format/codec: tracks, MP3 Audio bitrate: 320 kbps. The album included the following session artists: Artwork Undercover FFM. Co-producer, Mixed By, Music By Ramin Naghachian. Producer, Music By Pascal (Ed One).

A1 I Can't Understand 6:24. DE 2005, PCP 014. Ramin. Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP (CD, EP). Dance Ecstasy 2001, Planet Core Productions. EP, Promo, Planet Core Productions.

Tracklist

I Can't Understand 6:24
Reality 5:58
Ueberleben 5:26
(Where Is My) Ecstasy 5:52

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DE 2005, PCP 014 Ramin* Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP ‎(12", EP) Dance Ecstasy 2001, Planet Core Productions DE 2005, PCP 014 Germany 1991
PCP 014 Ramin* V.I ‎(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) Planet Core Productions PCP 014 Germany 1991
DE 2005, PCP 014 Ramin* Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP ‎(CD, EP) Dance Ecstasy 2001, Planet Core Productions DE 2005, PCP 014 Germany 1991



Reviews about Ramin - Vol. I - Essence Of Ecstasy EP (1):
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An outstanding EP of various styles, Ramin really showed his class on this very progressive release.Starting off with I Can't Understand we get a clubby house vibe running along with a wonderful, warm (almost acidic) bassline until the 2 minute mark; a lush pad flows in, full of Eastern promise and instantly the track is transformed into prototype Progressive Trance. A very forward thinking track indeed, as it combines elements from trance to house to techno, yet it still manages to include the obligatory 1991 "whoo" rave sample!Reality takes a darker, more tribal approach. Still with hints of melody, but this time surrounded by trippy effects and a more aggressive bassline. At times it reminds me of The Future Sound Of London, but with more emphasis on a rigid 4/4 structure.Ueberleben (Survive) is perhaps the most "1991" sounding of the four tracks. A stuttered rap sample grooves over more dark bassline action and, much like this entire EP, very intricate & tight percussion.The final track, (Where Is My) Ecstasy, is mind blowing. Sounding much like material The Hacker would produce over ten years later, it's a proper head-trip of freaked out vocals and schizophrenic acid.This release is amazing for the simple fact it was released as early as 1991. You could honestly get away with these tracks in sets now, and no-one would think anything of it. You can't say that about many 20-year-old records.See you in 2017 indeed.

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