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Psytrance | Progressive Psy

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Rama - Infinite Light

Rama - Infinite Light

Psysex - Visible Light 
Scorb - Mutoid (Reanimated mix) 
Mechanimal - Ocean house 
Hypnocoustics - Full Spectrum 
Logica + Dickster - Logickster 
Loud - Motorcycle from hell 
Shayman - Landing on the moon 
Avalon + Logica - Outer limits 
Sonic Species - Generation X

Steve OOOD @ ToF - June 2012

Steve OOOD @ ToF Summer Gathering - 20th 2012

01. Dickster - One & Together
02. Avalon ft. Sinerider - Timewarp
03. Etnica - Axis
04. Headroom & Zen Mechanics - C.B.R. (Tron Remix)
05. Patchbay & Yage - All The Stars In The Sky
06. Onyx - Cinnamon Roll (Phobia and Tactic Mind rmx)
07. Terrafractyl ft. Positive Thought
    - The Power of Your Mind
08. Earthling & Touchtone ft. Justin Chaos & Hemi-Sync
   - Vaseya
09. Groovebox - Monochromatic World
10. Rye Smugglers - Crystal Bodies
11. Champa & Mechanimal - Avatora
12. Static Flow - Subconscious Safari
13. Hypnocoustics - Full Spectrum
14. Pixel & Freedom Fighters - Trick N Treat
15. Loud - Solid
16. Yage - Inner Truth
17. Loud - Dr Who

Rama - Suntrippa

Dataura - True Hallucinations 
Solid Snake - Techno & Trumpets 
Tegma - Babybiff 
Solid Snake - In too Deep 
Octoclutch - Bring Something 
Interactive Noise - Don't kik no line (Remix) 
Easy Riders - Hamburger 
Synesthetic - Rock da bitch 
S Range & Major 7 - Back Forth

Steve OOOD - Mid And Late 90s Mix

Steve OOOD - Mid And Late 1990s Psytrance Mix
(edit for copyright purposes)

  1. The Auranaut - Dream On Groove Off 1997
  2. Space Tribe - Mass Hysteria 1998
  3. DJ Misjah & DJ Tim - Access 1995
  4. Beast - Trouble 1998
  5. Etnica - Tribute 1995
  6. Orichalcum - Wicked Mille 1997
  7. Transwave - My Dear Medical Assurance 1996
  8. Sheyba - Ganesh 1995
  9. Unconscious Collective - Fluorostani Trancendance 1996
    (OOOD & Tim Healey)
  10. X-Dream - Panic In Paradise 1996

Rama - Jambala

Jambala - Psytrance

  1. Glitchy and Scratchy - Disco Tape 
  2. E-Clip - Salvia Divinorum 
  3. Loud - Subinya (Ace Ventura mix) 
  4. Allaby - Spiritually Corrected 
  5. OOOD - Shpiral 
  6. OOOD - Eye Of The Beholder (Sonic Species remix) 
  7. Allaby - Glade (06 mix) 
  8. Sonic Species - Machina Terra
  9. Gameboy and Freakulizer - Electronic Keynius 
  10. Commercial Hippies - Imaginoid 
  11. Bizarre Contact vs Ultravoice - Summer Breeze 
  12. Pause - Doppler Effect

Steve OOOD - Kailash

Kailash - Psytrance

  1. Vacuum Stalkers - Vacuum Agent
  2. Vacuum Stalkers - Acid Trap For Toxic Ghosts
  3. Loud - Digital Hippie (Psysex and Activator rmx)
  4. Silicon Sound and Pschotrop - Unsophisticated
  5. Earthling and Touch Tone - Vaseya
  6. Static Flow - Subconscious Safari
  7. S Range - Man2newer (01 rmx)
  8. Headroom and Zen Mechanics - C.B.R. (Tron rmx)
  9. Loud - Big Squid Laughing (Laughing Buddah rmx)
  10. Master Blaster - Initiatio
  11. SWR - Moonwrecked
  12. Bliss - Grooveatron
  13. Master Blaster - Space Racer

Steve OOOD - Hunab Ku

Steve OOOD - Hunab Ku - Full-on psytrance

1. Spacetribe & Dickster - Beyond Words
2. Hujaboy & Twisted Reaction - Unreal
3. Phase - Two O Ten
4. Dirty Saffi - Cronnox & Sonnox (remix)
5. Foam - Spritz Time
6. Spacetribe & Laughing Buddha - Gene Machine
7. Pantomiman - Korrida
8. Whiptongue - Samba From Mars
9. Host Signal & EVP - Universal Language
10. Zion Linguist - Bam Bam Thea (edit)
11. Foam - Synapse Smasher
12. Twisted Reaction - Seratonin
12. Multiman - Voces Bulgaras

Rama - Frogafilth

Rama - Frogafilth - Psytrance

  1. Laughing Buddha – Acid Test
  2. Insomnia – The Thing
  3. Fearsome Engine - Frog Addict
  4. Logica – Mic Shifter
  5. Flip Flop – Changa Banga
  6. Joti Sidhu – Point
  7. X Noise – Good Ol’Days (edit)
  8. Commercial Hippies – Imaginoid
  9. Flip Flop – Collection
  10. Logica – Bubble
  11. Quantize – DMT (X-Noise remix)
  12. Hedonix – No Sprinkles
  13. Liquid Soul – Devotion (Magnus remix)
  14. Neelix – Adaption (Captain Hook remix)

Steve OOOD - Shambo

Steve OOOD - Shambo - Psytrance mix

1. Groovebox - Monochromatic World
2. Commercial Hippies - Keep The Silence
3. DNA - New Age
4. Beatnick - Oracle Machine
5. Intelligence - Liquid And Solid
6. Shekinah and Frenetic - Low Freq
7. Delirious - No Limits
8. Cwm - Mind Controllers
9. The Pyratunes - Scientifically Fascinating
10. The Pyratunes - 5.1
11. Bliss - Stolen Mind
12. Quality Sound - Japan
13. Mood Deluxe - Lokimotion
14. Rubix Qube - Saturate
15. Jirah - The Return (Imix remix)
16. Rinkadink - We Can Build You

Rama - Platta Pies

Progressively psychedelic mix inspired by a monstrously goood weekend in Hamburg

  1. Klopfgeister – Meanwhile in Hamburg
  2. Madoxx – The ride
  3. Sensifeel – Our destiny
  4. OOOD – Tyger tales
  5. Interactive Noise – Sunshine
  6. Mute vs Egorythmia – Life cycle
  7. Ace Ventura – Rebirth (Loud mix)
  8. Time lock and Ace Ventura – 51
  9. Captain Hook – Marshmallows
  10. Liquid Ace – Psychic Experience (Loud mix)
  11. Freedom Fighters and D Addiction – ivoltage
  12. Liquid Soul – Hypnotic energy (sub 6 & Freedom fighters remix)

Release date: Dec 8, 2011

Rama - Wai Maya

Rama - Wai Maya - Psytrance

  1. Silent Sphere - Confuse (Late Morning mix)
  2. Reefer Decree - unknown groova
  3. Electric Help Elves - Hero
  4. OOOD - Smoke A Lot
  5. Tristan - Discolight
  6. Chrome - Ritmo Del Mundo
  7. Feuerhake - La Aurora (remix)
  8. Psycraft - Nothing But The Music
  9. OOOD - Free Range
  10. Lotus Omega - Trance do Brasil
  11. Prodigy - Voodoo People (Dado and Shanti mix)

Steve OOOD - Early 1990s Classics

Steve OOOD - Early 1990s Classics

  1.  Transform - Transformation - 1992
  2.   Future Sound Of London - Papua New Guinea - 1991
  3.   Hardfloor - Acperience - 1993
  4.   Josh Wink - A Higher State Of Consciousness - 1995
  5.   Moby - Go - 1991
  6.   Underworld - Rez - 1993
  7.   Capricorn - 20Hz - 1993
  8.   Plastic Dreams - Jay Dee - 1993
  9.   Age of Love - Age of Love - 1990
  10.   Union Jack - Cactus - 1994
  11.   Union Jack - Two Full Moons And A Trout - 1993
  12.   Schoenburg - Marmion - 1993
  13.   Jam & Spoon - Follow Me - 1993
  14.   Mandala - The Encore - 1993
  15.   Nexus 6 - Tres Chic - 1993

Ryo, Rama and Stevie - Classix

Rama, Ryo and Stevie – Classix - Classic 90s Goa Trance

  1. Union Jack – Two Full Moons And A Trout (12’’ mix)
  2. Hardfloor – Acperience
  3. Empirion – Narcotic Influence
  4. X Dream – Create Your Own Happiness
  5. Auranaut – Dream On Groove Off
  6. Electric Universe – Solar Energy
  7. X Dream – Second Room
  8. Man With No Name – Floor Essence
  9. Sheyba – Ganesha
  10. Mandala - Astralasia

Rama - Solsticky

Solsticky - Progressive summer festie sketch mix

  1. Major 7 – Your Mind
  2. Vacuum Stalkers – Dust Busters
  3. Neelix – Mad
  4. Neelix – Adaption Interactive (Noise mix)
  5. DJ Fabio & Moon – Centered
  6. Meller – Space Drum (S.U.N. Project  remix)
  7. Progenitor – Nervous Touch
  8. Interactive Noise – Keep The Bass
  9. Indiginus & OOOD – Madame Blerta's Carnival
  10. Grouch – Deep Fry
  11. Interactive Noise – Play
  12. Jay and Ex – Engage

Rama - HeiferPheasant

HeiferPheasant - Proggy trippy groovas for late in the morning

  1. Ace Gaudium – In Between (Captain Hook remix)
  2. Noktamid - Future History
  3. Potter + Neelix – Lewd Behaviour
  4. Loopus In Fabula – Motherfunka
  5. Neelix – Cabin Pressure
  6. King Of The Night (Perfect Stranger remix)
  7. Dub Makers – Love Is Poison
  8. Kaempfer + Dietze – Shear Force (CJay remix)
  9. Sun Control Species – Spleens
  10. Perfect Stranger - Living In The Past (Magitman remix pt 2)
  11. Alex di Stefano – Lizard
  12. Hallucinogen – Gamma Goblins
  13. (Riktam + Bansi remix)
  14. Easy Riders – Easy Dubsteps (Captain Hook remix)



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