Endora - Joy E.P.

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Endora - Joy E.P.
Goa Trance, Breakbeat
  • Performer:
    Endora
  • Title:
    Joy E.P.
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Goa Trance, Breakbeat
  • Date of release:
  • Country:
  • Size FLAC version
    1477 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1492 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1490 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    219
  • Formats:
    MP3 AAC AU MP2 DMF AC3 ADX

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Tracklist

A Joy 7:33
B1 Macrosoopix 6:05
B2 Fusionium 8:35

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Matsuri Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Matsuri Productions
  • Pressed By – Damont
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Mastered At – The Exchange

Credits

  • Illustration – Organix
  • Mastered By – Graeme*
  • Sleeve – Mark Neal
  • Written-By, Producer – Andreas Karsten Pfeiffer, Boris Blenn

Notes

Andreas Karsten Pfeiffer is credited as "Andreas Karsten Pfeiffer (DJ Sangeet)"

Direct Metal Mastering.

Sleeve: [email protected] / Illustration at Tokyo.

℗ & © 1996 Matsuri Prod.
Copyrights Control

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MP 17 A¹ DAMONT OM DMM GRAEME - THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout: MP 17 B¹ DAMONT OM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MP17 Endora Joy E.P. ‎(12", EP, TP, W/Lbl) Matsuri Productions MP17 UK 1996





nadness
Have to disagree with Maroko here. B2 Fusionium is where it's at on this EP. The only track to have stood the test of time. Mid-paced twinkling broken beat wonder for those eyes closed early morning moments!
Xlisiahal
Joy, the most known track of the three is where it's at. Great break beat drive track with really spiralling lead melodies and fidgety acid synths. It never stops, it's just like it builds and builds over and over again, letting the acid steadily drop, and sweep you off your feet. It's a fairly simple tune actually, but done well. The melody work is, most importantly, very harmonic and catchy, and coupled with great broken beats and loads of memorable acid, it's a sure shot. The flip side has Macrosoopix, which has great use of acid leads, which absolutely dominate the entire track. On the down side, apart from the amazing 303s, not much else impresses me here. Basically, the gaps between the acid driven parts of the tracks are boring. Once that amazing, juicy lead is dropped, everything else just fades out in front of my eyes. Repetitve, hypnotic and very melodic two minutes long final climax, typical of early Boris Blenn style brings the track to its end. Good, though not as effective as the A side. B2 has Fusionium, which I don't like at all. It's a pure break beat track with long passages of practically nothing going on, and the lead is this piano played melody which I don't fancy. Sounds pretty uninspiring, and towards the end of the track, there's this intrusion of acid synths, which are, at best lame when and if compared to those of the previous tracks.
Kupidon
Unfathomable to me how one could not enjoy Fusionium. To each their own!