Compiled by Gaspard
Title Peakopath
Release date 6th October 2006
Format CD & Digital
Track list 01 Master Margherita feat. Tanina Munchkina – Bonkers (intro)
02 Little Pumpkin vs Noisy Pipes – DTC
03 EVP – Kaepirinha
04 Yab-Yum – Invincible
05 Atriohm – Lost
06 Electrypnose vs Highko – Internal moves
07 Yab-Yum & Ocelot – Put another synth on the barbie
08 Drumatik – Born to be wild
09 Clockstoppers – Magical places
10 Ocelot – Minor deviant
11 Dimitri Zara vs Synthogen – Escom
12 Flooting Grooves & Dymons – Whatwasthat (outro)

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Credits Mastered by CHROMATONE
Artwork & Design by AJJA & TANINA MUNCHKINA

Peakopath is a dark night-time selection of storming psychedelia!

Compiled yet again by DJ Gaspard (this is his sixth creature), Peakopath is an international opus including tracks by gifted artists from Switzerland, France, the U.K., Germany, Israel, Macedonia and the U.S.A.

Peakopath is a climatic compilation. A relatively light beginning gives way to tracks that take the audience further and further and further into psychedelic realms, before dropping back down a little again at the end. A collection of 'must-haves' for psy lovers and DJs around the globe, that are sure to raise dust in festivals and parties everywhere.

Ten mind-blowing tracks framed, as is the custom at Peak, by a chilled experimental intro and outro. As always, there are no gaps between the tracks making for perfect home listening material, as well as being absolutely useable by DJs in party situations.

A guaranteed brainstormer, Peakopath, will take listeners down a very psychedelic path of their mind: yes! The peako-Path!


By Death Posture :

Another fine, above-par Peak Records compilation is ready to conquer the psytrance world… As always the quality level is high and there’s not even the slightest indication of a lame track here… Sure, the two tracks pounding away above the 150 BPM count didn’t really agree with me all that much, but besides from those I dig most of the tracks here… And there are even a handful of really excellent stand-out tracks which make this a recommended purchase.

The cover art is in the usual lovely Peak style and it will look great on your shelf next to the rest of the Peak back catalogue. Well done you Peaking Hippie Tie-dye Cooperative Bunch of Swiss Nutters… I can’t wait for the next 10 releases to hit the airwaves… And I know I’ve been yapping on about this forever, but please, pretty please, bring on the damn Yab-Yum album already… We’re starving here!

Anyway, this is a release that will cater to both hardened Peak fans, but it will also appeal widely to fans of faster, night-orientated psytrance with an edge… Swiss anti-cheese style! It’s real nice, so I’d recommend any serious psytrance to check it out… Enjoy!

Favourites: 3(!), 4, 7(!!), 8(!), 11(!)

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