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Entheogenic - Spontaneous Illumination FLAC album

Tracklist

Ground Luminosity 11:42
Habitual Overtones 8:54
Pagan Dream Machine 9:45
Mindless 9:41
Invisible Landscapes 9:35
Twilight Eyes 12:32
Spaced 9:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CORNCD01 Entheogenic Spontaneous Illumination ‎(CD, Album, Enh) C.O.R.N. Recordings CORNCD01 Germany 2003
USRCD003 Entheogenic Spontaneous Illumination ‎(CD, Album, RE) Universal Symbiosis Records USRCD003 UK 2009


Entheogenic - Spontaneous Illumination FLAC album

Musician performer: Entheogenic

Title: Spontaneous Illumination

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2003

Style: Downtempo, Dub, Tribal, Ambient

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1891 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 351

Other Formats: AUD MP4 WMA VOX MIDI WAV MOD

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Via
Sheer perfection. If you only buy one Entheo album get this, and if you like it buy them all (apart from Golden Cap which i think is a bit boring personally). Lush, moving, spiritual, fat rich production with subtle strings that weave in and out. If you look up the meaning of the word there's a clue to what really lifts this into another realm at the right time. You wont regret it :) Its often mentioned alongside and compared to Shpongle. This is misleading, its like saying the Beatles and the Rolling Stones are the same. This tries and succeeds to hit a different spot, these are proper musicians not screen gazers, and there is far more actual music prowess and elegance to the tracks, whereas to me at least Shpongle is more of a pure digital sound/sample programmer par excellence. Anyway this is a must listen if you like anything even remotely psy/chill/deep.
Via
Sheer perfection. If you only buy one Entheo album get this, and if you like it buy them all (apart from Golden Cap which i think is a bit boring personally). Lush, moving, spiritual, fat rich production with subtle strings that weave in and out. If you look up the meaning of the word there's a clue to what really lifts this into another realm at the right time. You wont regret it :) Its often mentioned alongside and compared to Shpongle. This is misleading, its like saying the Beatles and the Rolling Stones are the same. This tries and succeeds to hit a different spot, these are proper musicians not screen gazers, and there is far more actual music prowess and elegance to the tracks, whereas to me at least Shpongle is more of a pure digital sound/sample programmer par excellence. Anyway this is a must listen if you like anything even remotely psy/chill/deep.
unmasked
Best of Entheogenic's albums!
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One Trully epic mix.
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One Trully epic mix.
Zonama
Deep, lush, epic psychill from the French masters! I loved their self-titled debut, but Spontaneous Illumination is a bit more mature. I hate to say the word "highlight" because they still have a lot of creativity left in them I'm sure, but so far, this is the best collection of original tracks of theirs yet. As a great companion CD, "Dialogue of the Speakers" features some amazing remixes of these originals, most notable the Abakus and Vibrasphere remixes. Both are essential listening for the psychill fan.
Zonama
Deep, lush, epic psychill from the French masters! I loved their self-titled debut, but Spontaneous Illumination is a bit more mature. I hate to say the word "highlight" because they still have a lot of creativity left in them I'm sure, but so far, this is the best collection of original tracks of theirs yet. As a great companion CD, "Dialogue of the Speakers" features some amazing remixes of these originals, most notable the Abakus and Vibrasphere remixes. Both are essential listening for the psychill fan.
Bolanim
Helmut Glavar and Piers Oak-Rhind surprised everybody when they released their Entheogenic album on 3D Vision Records. A name very few had heard about, and we got unbelievable high quality of tastefull psyambient in that album. Earlier this year they surprised us again, by releasing their second album Spontaneous Illumination as CD 2 on a compilation called Global Psychedelic Trance. Vol. 9 (Spirit Zone Records). Finally, they are out with this release as a separate album on a new label called C.O.R.N. Records. With this CD you get the mp3 versions as a bonus. The cover art is also fantastic. Entheogenic has already warned us that this album would be even more psychedelic than their first album in an interview/article I did with them earlier this year. The first track starts with the sound of running water, some voice samples, a crow and floating sounds. You get a feeling of being in the jungle. Then some tribal drums goes slowly into the track. A nice tribal voice sings a little bit and beautiful sounds floats out together with it all. You get a feeling of being out door all the way. One of the great things with Entheogenic is that it varies all the time. The track is like a beautiful voyage where you see a lot of different landscapes, but here you get a lot of different soundscapes. Wonderful melodies come and go, relaxing groovy bass, an Indian flute makes you chilled, before it changes again and goes new directions. A great listening voyage! Track 2 starts with the sound of water again. Small psychedelic sounds crawls into the track, before some relaxing rhythms comes in. This track proves that Entheogenic has gone even deeper in this album. They combine beautiful floating melodies with tribal voices, relaxing drums and deep psychedelic sounds. Track 3 starts with a beautiful voice from a church or something. A mystical sound comes in and the sound of running water in a stream comes back. This is really beautiful! A tribal voice comes in too, and while listening to this you get a feeling of just floating in the sky! Entheogenic are experts on making these totally wonderful melodies. It is hard to explain what it sounds like, but if you have heard their first album and ad some more ethnic influences, maybe you can imagine. Track 4 is even more dreamy. It's like travelling on a cloud of beautiful melodies. Then you get some twisted psychedelic melodies, before the track takes another direction again. The sounds become really happy, before we go back to deeper vibes. You just can't get tired of it because of all the variation! Track 5 is already released before on the Module 01 compilation on 3D Vision Relax. Here it is called Invisible Landscapes, but on the Module 01 compilation it is called Impossible Landscape. But it sounds pretty similar. This track is really varied, and it has some more banging rhythms than usual from these guys. Great track. Track 6 slows down again, and we get right into the jungle mood again, with sounds of water and birds singing. Then a beautiful flute comes in, together with the sound of a choir and deep dub rhythms. This is so relaxing. Then a female opera singer sings a little bit now and then. A beautiful melody comes in and a new voyage is on. The last track on this beautiful album is a totally relaxed track. Crystal clear floating sound with a mystical vibe. A really nice chilled finish for a great album! These two guys show again what musical talents they are! No bad tracks to find on this album! I will not say if this is better or worse than their first album, because that's hard to decide! This album probably requires some more of the listener than their first album, because this is a bit deeper and more psychedelic. So if you enjoyed their first album, you will for sure enjoy this one too and be able to go even deeper into the beautiful sound of Entheogenic! This album was for sure one of the highlights of 2003. Recommended!
Bolanim
Helmut Glavar and Piers Oak-Rhind surprised everybody when they released their Entheogenic album on 3D Vision Records. A name very few had heard about, and we got unbelievable high quality of tastefull psyambient in that album. Earlier this year they surprised us again, by releasing their second album Spontaneous Illumination as CD 2 on a compilation called Global Psychedelic Trance. Vol. 9 (Spirit Zone Records). Finally, they are out with this release as a separate album on a new label called C.O.R.N. Records. With this CD you get the mp3 versions as a bonus. The cover art is also fantastic. Entheogenic has already warned us that this album would be even more psychedelic than their first album in an interview/article I did with them earlier this year. The first track starts with the sound of running water, some voice samples, a crow and floating sounds. You get a feeling of being in the jungle. Then some tribal drums goes slowly into the track. A nice tribal voice sings a little bit and beautiful sounds floats out together with it all. You get a feeling of being out door all the way. One of the great things with Entheogenic is that it varies all the time. The track is like a beautiful voyage where you see a lot of different landscapes, but here you get a lot of different soundscapes. Wonderful melodies come and go, relaxing groovy bass, an Indian flute makes you chilled, before it changes again and goes new directions. A great listening voyage! Track 2 starts with the sound of water again. Small psychedelic sounds crawls into the track, before some relaxing rhythms comes in. This track proves that Entheogenic has gone even deeper in this album. They combine beautiful floating melodies with tribal voices, relaxing drums and deep psychedelic sounds. Track 3 starts with a beautiful voice from a church or something. A mystical sound comes in and the sound of running water in a stream comes back. This is really beautiful! A tribal voice comes in too, and while listening to this you get a feeling of just floating in the sky! Entheogenic are experts on making these totally wonderful melodies. It is hard to explain what it sounds like, but if you have heard their first album and ad some more ethnic influences, maybe you can imagine. Track 4 is even more dreamy. It's like travelling on a cloud of beautiful melodies. Then you get some twisted psychedelic melodies, before the track takes another direction again. The sounds become really happy, before we go back to deeper vibes. You just can't get tired of it because of all the variation! Track 5 is already released before on the Module 01 compilation on 3D Vision Relax. Here it is called Invisible Landscapes, but on the Module 01 compilation it is called Impossible Landscape. But it sounds pretty similar. This track is really varied, and it has some more banging rhythms than usual from these guys. Great track. Track 6 slows down again, and we get right into the jungle mood again, with sounds of water and birds singing. Then a beautiful flute comes in, together with the sound of a choir and deep dub rhythms. This is so relaxing. Then a female opera singer sings a little bit now and then. A beautiful melody comes in and a new voyage is on. The last track on this beautiful album is a totally relaxed track. Crystal clear floating sound with a mystical vibe. A really nice chilled finish for a great album! These two guys show again what musical talents they are! No bad tracks to find on this album! I will not say if this is better or worse than their first album, because that's hard to decide! This album probably requires some more of the listener than their first album, because this is a bit deeper and more psychedelic. So if you enjoyed their first album, you will for sure enjoy this one too and be able to go even deeper into the beautiful sound of Entheogenic! This album was for sure one of the highlights of 2003. Recommended!