Alien Project – Aztechno Dream

Alien Project – Aztechno Dream


01.Crystal Skulls (Dance Mix)[08:40]
02.One Good[06:47]
03.The Ring[08:18]
04.Silent Running[07:28]
05.Aztechno Dream[08:09]
06.Next Life (N.B.K. Mix)[08:49]
07.Skunk [08:18]
08.Artificial Beings [06:38]
09.DJ Where Are You[07:16]

Artist: Alien Project
Album : Aztechno Dream
Label : TIP.World
Quality : 320kbps / 44,1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Source: CDDA
Released: 29 Jul 2002
Genre: Electronic
Style: Psy-Trance
Credits: Artwork By – Doron Edut , Noam Levkovitz
Mastered By – Lior Perlmutter
Producer, Written-By – Ari Linker
Notes: All tracks written, produced and mixed by Ari Linker at Alien
Project Studio, Tel Aviv.
Digital @ Dance-City Studios.
Total time: 70:27


Like Astrix, Ari Linker and his Alien Project is not concerned about
cutting edge psychedelic ideas or compositional experimentation. Eyes are
kept on the dancefloor and the goal is first and foremost to keep a
groovy mood. Such approach stears clear of the challenges the psychedelic
oriented psytrance artists are met with, but is compensated for by
building a lot of expectations with the listeners; the musician(s) gotta

Where 2002 saw Astrix succeeded with bravour on Eye To Eye, Aztechno
Dream is less consistent. Opening track Crystal Skulls, though, lives up
to the requirements through and through. Packed with musical ideas for
the floors and executed to perfection, Ari’s got the dancefloor by the
balls here. This actually even sounds like Eye to Eye less the breaks. On
the remainder of the album Ari’s grip is more on and off. Not that he
fails miserably in any sense. Far from, but there are a couple of times
during the album where the thought has time to formulate itself in my
mind; this actually isn’t THAT full-on, is it? Hey, don’t blame me! Even
if Ari comes back and saves the day with a massive dance lead, like in
Silent Running at 5:50, the impatience did sneak up. If you want to
entertain full-on style, you gotta deliver …

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