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Battle Of The Future Buddhas - Digging Mud Album
Battle Of The Future Buddhas - Digging Mud Album
Performer: Battle Of The Future Buddhas
Title: Digging Mud
Label: Not On Label (Battle Of The Future Buddhas Self-released)
Country: Sweden
Released: 30 Sep 2011
Style: Goa Trance
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1462 mb | MP3 size: 2336 mb | WMA size: 2642 mb
Genre: Electronic
Tracklist

1One More For M.A.D. v28:46
2Filoti6:37
3Here Comes The Sun!10:42
4Elevated9:55
5Here Comes The Sun! v38:46
6Life In The Trenches Of Hyperspace (Into The Brain Remix)6:52
7Solenoid Leprechaun Driver8:15
8Emission10:14
9Wicked Work Of A Wrenched Witch10:39
10This Side Up / Unicorny8:11
11You're A Moonlander Mate7:50
12Babes And Babas9:14
13Enlil7:32
14One More For M.A.D.6:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneBattle Of The Future Buddhas Digging Mud ‎(14xFile, FLAC, Album, Comp)Not On Label (Battle Of The Future Buddhas Self-released)noneSweden2011
noneBattle Of The Future Buddhas Digging Mud ‎(CDr, Album)Not On Label (Battle Of The Future Buddhas Self-released)noneSweden2011

Notes

Collection of unreleased tracks, remixes and various versions of old tracks from Battle of the Future Buddhas, with the exception of Filoti which was released before.
All tracks are made in the pre-Twin Sharkfins era, meaning 1995-1997. Many tracks suffered from poor production and have been mastered and remastered.
The first 8 tracks could be considered part of a real Digging Mud album. The remaining 6 tracks are more or less bonus tracks.

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Comments (2)
FLIDER
For fans of Battle Of The Future Buddhas - Twin Sharkfins, this album is an absolute must-buy. This is dark and twisted full-on psychedelia, without the anger of today's "dark psy," all the while retaining the Goa trance flavor of Twin Sharkfins-style BotFB. You'll hear tweaky, trippy effects layered atop warm and gooey synth leads plucking out fun (and sometimes even funky) melodies. Created in the days before everyone got sick of the "Goa sound," the tracks on this album let us in on what must have been some fun times for the Buddha boys. Though heavily psychedelic, they don't seem to have (ever) taken themselves so seriously as to not let a bit of humor through, and this is I think one of the greatest facets missing from today's "psy"trance that *is* included here. We also hear some of the more daring aspects of their earlier efforts in tracks that were possibly just a little too out-there for labels of the day. If your cup of tea is Crazy with a splash of Nutso and a side of Fun, pick this release up immediately, it is well worth it.
fr0mTheSkY
Actually this is not a Schlabbaduerst ReKkords release. It is not tied to any label.