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Various - No Possible Soundz FLAC Performer: Various
Album: No Possible Soundz
Country: Japan
Released: Aug 2006
Style: Psy-Trance
Label: 6-Dimension Sound
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: 6DSCD08
Size FLAC: 2458 mb.
Size MP3: 2717 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 122
Record Source: CD, Compilation


1Lightaman JrHungry Hippo9:15
2Gruuvit MuuvitPirun Kiire7:44
3Gruuvit MuuvitMelkeen Pilli9:36
4SquaremeatConjuring Trick8:09
6Lightaman JrPlease Me6:42
7Flying ScorpionsJet Pilot8:24
8F-VirusHappy Happy Joy Joy7:08
9Flying ScorpionsSyoksykierre5:11


  • Compiled ByPepe Kosminen
  • Mastered ByJuha Kapiainen


(P) & (C) 2006 6D Soundz


The many faces of Pepe Kosminen!

Since 2003 the Japanese 6-Dimension Sound label has been a platform for raging mad, demented, sick, twisted and utterly perverse suomi-soaked goa- and psytrance… Such esteemed constellations as Flying Scorpions, Mandalavandalz, Sci Forest, Puoskari and Exuus have all released critically acclaimed albums on the label, and as the 8th release it’s time for a compilation featuring the many projects and side-projects of Pepe ‘Squaremeat’ Kosminen. Finland’s leading trance export. The Nokia of psytrance really… Let’s dig deeper into his deranged world.

I’ve often said it, and I’ll say it again: Most of the time I need to take my Finnish delights in smaller doses to get the most out of it. But when it’s THIS good, I can pretty much listen to the whole thing again and again without losing interest… Sure, the two Flying Scorpions tracks were a little too much on the heavy side for my liking, but the rest of the stuff I lapped right up…

In essence this is a Pepe Kosminen album with a number of guests involved. The guests contribute with very diverse input and as such, the flow is maybe a little off here… But then again, technically it’s a compilation and when the vast majority of the music is *this* good I’m not complaining. Not by a long shot. This is easily the most interesting suomi-release I’ve heard since the last Squaremeat album.

The absolutely BREATHTAKING artwork (seriously, this is the best cover artwork I’ve seen in 2006) was made by the Japanese computer graphics artist Take (Tekken, etc). If the artwork reminds you of the work of the late Seth Fisher (Squaremeat - Astronomical Coffee Break) it’s no coincidence. Fisher died lately, and this is sort of a tribute to him.

A safe purchase for all Squaremeat fans – and to fans of eclectic, diverse, fun-packed, perverse, groovy and totally nuts psytrance in general… There’s not a single dull second here. Satisfaction is guaranteed and the stellar artwork is just the icing on the already mouth-watering cake. Comes highly recommended from me. Enjoy.

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