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D-Tek - Earth Technologies FLAC

D-Tek - Earth Technologies FLAC Performer: D-Tek
Album: Earth Technologies
Country: Mexico
Released: 2003
Style: Psy-Trance
Label: Maia Records
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: MRCD03
Size FLAC: 2894 mb.
Size MP3: 1324 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 399
Record Source: CD, Album




Tracklist


1Space Station 227:33
2Universal Test
Producer, Written-By – Juvenile
6:28
3Earth Technologies
Producer, Written-By – Earthling
6:52
4Earthquake7:40
5Who Is It?6:33
6Videodrome6:43
7El Santo Pt. 26:45
8LSD User7:09
9The Message6:57


Credits


  • Artwork By – Golem
  • Mastered ByDado
  • Producer, Written-ByDavid Durst


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 7 501903 754586
  • Matrix / Runout: #031125MFF DTEK L381 CINRAM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L381
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2Q00


Video


Mexico has become a country with a strong psytrance scene, full of great parties with great line ups. Now we are also starting to see some artists popping up in that country. A Mexican artist that has been around for a while now is David Durst aka D-Tek, who here releases his debut album on the high quality full on label Maia Records in Mexico. D-Tek has also released several tracks on various compilations, like on the TIP.World label.

D-Tek has mostly released full on psytrance, and that's definitely what you get here too. The first track on this album is actually the best track on this album in my opinion. Here we get killer bass lines and drifting full on sounds. After a while we also get a cool melody, which lightens the track up. The style is very GMS alike, so I can already say that if you can't stand GMS, you should stay away from this album. But, for the others who like this full on sound, there is more to come. Track 2 is really stumpy. Really heavy rhythms and jumping full on sounds. I miss some melodies in this one. Track 3 starts with a voice sample saying something about LSD use. Then we get a dark rolling bass line as heavy as it can get. This track is a bit more drifting. It actually reminds me a bit of The Antidote, but it also has those nagging GMS sounds. Track 4 is made together with Celli Firmi, most known as Earthling. These two artists make the same kind of full on psytrance. This track is no exception. Totally full on all the way.

Track 5 has some Spanish sound samples. The psychedelic sounds in this one are pretty tripped out and cool. Track 6 has a rhythm drift that sounds a bit like Silicon Sound, but here you don't get those melodies. Instead we get some noisy, jumpy sounds and some weird melodic breaks. Track 7 goes the same direction as most GMS tracks, but maybe a little more Skazi inspired. Noisy sounds and heavy, full on rhythms. This could easily have been a bit more varied. Track 8 is more drifting, but we don't get more variation here either. Again that Skazi alike noisy style. The last track on this album is also a full on track. No time for rest here! This is also the darkest track on this album. The psychedelic sounds in this one sounds a bit more interesting than most of the other tracks you get on this album.

D-Tek sure knows how to make killer full on tracks, but I'm sure it would be possible to make the tracks a bit more varied. Maybe put in some more melody etc. All the tracks in this album sound very much the same, and this sound isn't exactly new and fresh anymore. But, if you never get tired of this full on kind, you might check it out. An album pretty boring for home listening, but D-Tek will for sure rock a lot of Mexican out door parties with his sound.