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DJ T.V. - Parsec Album

DJ T.V. - Parsec Album

Performer: DJ T.V.
Title: Parsec
Country: Czech Republic
Catalog Number: oxycd002
Label: Oxygen Records
Released: Oct 2005
Style: Psy-Trance
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 584


1HydraglyphAural Sex (Remix)
Written-By, Producer – Andrew Morgan , Mark Ackermann
2Spectra Split
Written-By, Producer – Francisco Oliveira, Paulo Oliveira
3Freakulizer & DJ MoodraFreaky Mood
Written-By, Producer – Martin Baur, Simon Schwendener
4Sound FieldNo Roots
Written-By, Producer – Andy Yakovlev, Liron Atia
5Braincell Aka RastaliensUnderwater
Written-By, Producer – Ralph Knobloch
6SetherianAngelic Debris
Written-By, Producer – DJ Seth
7Ninja Show Time
Written-By, Producer – Stephane Djani
8Aphid Moon vs. ProtocultureSystematic Anomally
Written-By, Producer – Jules Hammer, Nate Raubenheimer
9Lucid SounD8.5 Light Minutes
Written-By, Producer – András Benkóczi


  • Artwork By [Cover, Design] – Mike Comandeer
  • Compiled ByDJ T.V.
  • Mastered BySchwa


Mastered @ORM Studio, Prague.


  • Barcode: 5017744100717


  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution
  • Mastered At – Studio ORM


Reviews (2)
Oxygen Records based in Prague, Czech Rebublic, run by long experienced dj TV, is out with their second compilation. Their previous compilation called Satellite got glowing reviews because of keeping a higher quality level of morning full on than most other labels these days. Now they are out with the second chapter called Parsec, as usual compiled by dj TV.

Oxygen Records focuses mostly on the melodic side of full on, or morning trance as others call it, and that’s what we mostly get on this compilation. Here we get tracks from new, fresh artists, as well as some experienced producers. Braincell kicks off the compilation with a melodic track. This is the new solo project by Ralph Knobloch, who is one half of Rastaliens. One of the tracks that especially attracted my atention is the collaboration between Aphid Moon and Protoculture. Both talented, wellknown producers. Here they deliver one of my favourites on this compilation. A massive, groovy track with some pretty nice uplifting morning vibes, without becoming too fluffy. Another favourite here is Setherian from Brazil who also had a great track on the Satellite compilation. Here he gives us another track somewhere between progressive and full on. Drifting and trippy as always from this guy. Nice one. A positive surprise here is the track by Lucid Sound, here with his first released track. Nice, drifting track that sounds enjoyable for morning dance floors. The other tracks we get here keeps a pretty nice level, but nothing extraordinary.

Oxygen Records releases another nice compilation. As last time, we get a really nice cover art with this one, and you can see that this guy has actually put quite a lot of work in it compared to many other full on labels, where cover arts and selection of tracks often seems very random. Not as strong as their first compilation, but not bad. Keep it coming TV, and as you say; C u at sunrise...

Sunrise music!

The parsec is a unit of length used in astronomy. It stands for ‘parallax of one arc second’ and now it’s also the name of a morning trance compilation. Czech label Oxygen Records is out with their 2nd release – compiled by DJ T.V. The first release Satellite got rave reviews, and by the looks of the tracklist on this – the second one – it’s another batch of jolly morning trance… Let’s find out!

Well, well – this is actually a very mixed CD – despite the overall framework being uplifting morning trance… We get all kinds of acid-, progressive- and cheese influences here… It doesn’t come as a surprise, that I’m not particularly fond of the most cheesy bits here… And the last two tracks don’t really do anything for me… But I do like edgy, futuristic morning-trance – and thankfully we’re treated to a number of really good tracks too… And the great stuff here really *is* great!

The artwork by Mike Comandeer is really excellent and stands out nicely from the crowd. I’m impressed! To conclude, there are a handful of really excellent morning tunes here – but unfortunately also a couple of less-good, cheddar-tracks… But it still beats the crap out of most full-on compilations coming out of Israel these days… So - it’s not the best compilation I’ve heard this year, but it’s not the worst either… Fans of uplifting, joyous morning trance with a pinch of psychedelic will most definitely take well to this… Enjoy!

Favourites: 2(!), 4(!), 5, 7(!)

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