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1 The New Illusion 0:17
2 The Fantomas Beat
Keyboards, Vocals – Kirill Spechinsky*Scratches [Djing] – Konstantin Silkin*
5:42
3 The Princess Of The Jungle 4:26
4 The Crystals' Shining 4:38
5 Acidmania
Keyboards, Computer – Valeri Alakhov*
5:26
6 Into The Darkness 4:47
7 Turboboys 6:32
8 X 6:26
9 Come On (Divine)
Keyboards, Computer – Alexei Sazhin
5:10
10 The Midnight Riders 6:10
11 Let The Beat Control Your Body
Concept By [Ideas] – Anton Koliasnikov
5:23
12 Are You Crazy? Welcome To The Universe 7:55
13 Memento Mori 4:11
14 Disasters 4:01
15 Let's Go With The Wind 3:08

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – The Fantom Music
  • Copyright (c) – Air Fish Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Air Fish Records
  • Copyright (c) – Rockinformo Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rockinformo Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Air Fish Records
  • Manufactured By – UEP – U1 93246

Credits

  • Cover [Idea] – The Fantom
  • Design [The Fantom Logo] – V. Fedorov*
  • Keyboards, Arranged By, Computer [Programming] – Alex Kostrov*
  • Mastered By [Premastered] – O. Salkhov*
  • Painting [Pictures] – A. Belyayev
  • Producer – Misha Mahlin
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Computer [Programming], Lyrics By – Misha Mahlin

Notes

All words © 1993 Misha Mahlin
Air Fish logo: © 1992, N. Maksoudova
© 1993, The Fantom Music.
©+℗, 1993, Air Fish Records / Rockinformo Ltd.
Distributed by Air Fish Records.
Manufactured by UEP, Russia.

Track 11 was included to the original soundtrack of the movie "Anti Faust"

Recorded in The Misha Mahlin's studio in St. Petersburg

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: U1 93246
  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD


The Fantom - Psychotropical Party FLAC album

Musician performer: The Fantom

Title: Psychotropical Party

Date of release: 1993

Style: Acid House, Techno, Synth-pop

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1322 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 215

Other Formats: VOC XM MIDI ADX ASF AAC ASF

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Maridor
At the root of THE FANTOM group (with a tragic fate) was a famous musician from St.Petersburg Michael Mahlin, who had a great creative potential and was among the first to start creating dance techno music in Russia. Having worked with different of russian and international artists in the end of 80's, Mahlin with Oleg "Alex" Kostrov created THE FANTOM group, which sounded like a hybrid of Depeche Mode and Technotronic and was one of the best russian techno projects of its time.In 1993, on the rise of rave movement the band released some few tracks which were included into the first russian techno compilations, and then it released its first and last album "Psychotropical Party" with very solid material. Part of the compositions were pure electro-pop in the spirit of Depeche Mode with Mahlin singing in English, and the rest was obviously more like acid house and old school techno, which represented russian techno clubs in the early 1990s.Unfortunately the project did not last long. In the mid-90's Mahlin recorded an album of remixes for russian rock-band "Kino" in the acid-trance aesthetic, and then gets into a series of troubles, and eventually dies. THE FANTOM group ceased to exist having left the single record which became part of the golden collection of russian dance culture and a cherished rarity for many collectors.
Maridor
At the root of THE FANTOM group (with a tragic fate) was a famous musician from St.Petersburg Michael Mahlin, who had a great creative potential and was among the first to start creating dance techno music in Russia. Having worked with different of russian and international artists in the end of 80's, Mahlin with Oleg "Alex" Kostrov created THE FANTOM group, which sounded like a hybrid of Depeche Mode and Technotronic and was one of the best russian techno projects of its time.In 1993, on the rise of rave movement the band released some few tracks which were included into the first russian techno compilations, and then it released its first and last album "Psychotropical Party" with very solid material. Part of the compositions were pure electro-pop in the spirit of Depeche Mode with Mahlin singing in English, and the rest was obviously more like acid house and old school techno, which represented russian techno clubs in the early 1990s.Unfortunately the project did not last long. In the mid-90's Mahlin recorded an album of remixes for russian rock-band "Kino" in the acid-trance aesthetic, and then gets into a series of troubles, and eventually dies. THE FANTOM group ceased to exist having left the single record which became part of the golden collection of russian dance culture and a cherished rarity for many collectors.