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Saturday, March 01, 2008

And something for Cary:

Psycho Bitch from Hell

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Psycho Bitch From Hell
Psycho Bitch From Hell cover
Studio album by Analog Pussy
Released September 01, 1999
Recorded 1999
Genre Psychedelic trance
Length 70:00
Label Balloonia/AP Records
Analog Pussy chronology

Psycho Bitch from Hell

Psycho Bitch from Hell is an album by Analog Pussy.

Track listing

  1. "Solipse Technology"
  2. "Go Wacko"
  3. "Martian Whore"
  4. "Space Janana (Monotone Mix)"
  5. "Blue Sun"
  6. "Fight To Trance"
  7. "Anarchist"
  8. "Psycho Bitch From Hell"

Analog Pussy

Analog Pussy are Jiga and Jinno, a trance duo, now located in Germany.

Jiga was born in Jerusalem, and learned to play bass guitar at 15. Jinno was born in Uruguay and moved to Israel at age 4. He studied music theory and played trumpet in his childhood. The two met in 1997 and formed Analog Pussy.


Their first tracks were available on the web as MP3s. This helped them to build a following with no album release. Later on, when they headlined the charts on, their music was downloaded over one million times. In 1999, after returning from their first European tour, they signed with a German label and released their first album. In 2000 they relocated to Germany and started their own record label, AP Records, whose first release was their second album, Underground.

In mid 2004 they released their third album, Trance 'N Roll. The album is close to a live Analog Pussy show. The songs feature live instruments, hard rock guitar riffs and vocals.

Analog Pussy has played 'live' in most parts of the world: Germany, UK, Japan, Mexico, USA, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Switzerland, Spain, Russia, the Netherlands, Hungary, Sweden, Denmark, Turkey, Belgium, Austria, Argentina and Chile.


External links

Psychedelic trance

Psychedelic trance
Stylistic origins: Goa, Instrumental space rock, Industrial, Acid house
Cultural origins: Mid-1990s, Goa, Israel, South Africa, UK
Typical instruments: Various software synthesizers, Roland SH-101, Roland TB-303, Roland TR-909, Roland JP-8000, Access Virus, Clavia Nord Lead, Waldorf, Sequencer, Sampler, Filtered vocals
Mainstream popularity: Europe, Israel, Japan, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, South Africa, and a nascent movement in New York City
Fusion genres
Psychedelic ambient, Psychedelic techno
Regional scenes
IndiaFinlandSouth AfricaUK
Other topics
Notable artists and DJsPsychedelia

Psychedelic trance or psytrance is a form of electronic music that evolved from Goa trance in the early 1990s when it first began hitting the mainstream.

The original Goa trance was often made with popular Modular synthesizers and hardware samplers, but the preference in Psychedelic trance has moved to sample manipulation and storage in VST and AU software sampler applications. The use of analog synthesizers for sound synthesis has given way to digital "virtual analog" instruments like the Nord Lead, Access Virus, Korg MS-2000, Roland JP-8000 and computer VST and AU plugins like Native Instruments Reaktor. These are usually controlled by MIDI sequencers within Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) applications.

The name psychedelic provides an umbrella term for the many divergent styles of psychedelic electronica, including: Goa; melodic; dark; progressive; progressive trance; suomi; psybreaks; sometimes even psybient; and "classic" psy. Some of these styles have very little similarity except that they are all a psychedelic variety of electronic music such that many in the scene believe the name "psytrance" is completely meaningless. Most people who have been with the music and the surrounding scene for years, simply refer to the breed of electronica as "psychedelic". Referring to it as "psychedelic" also distinguishes the style from the 'clubbier' trance music and reinforces the roots of Goa trance in the psychedelic community.

Psychedelic trance used to be distinguished by a fast tempo, in the range 140 to 150 BPM. The emphasis in melodic psychedelic trance is placed strongly on purely synthesized timbres for programming and lead melodies.


Psychedelic trance has a distinctive, speedy sound. High BPMs (generally between 120 and 150 BPM) tend to be faster than other forms of trance or techno music. Psychedelic trance uses strong bass beats that pound constant throughout the song, and overlays the bass with varying rhythms using drums and other synthesized instruments.[1] Psychedelic trance tracks tend to be 8-12 minutes long, This gives the music time to develop slowly, building up to a climax before breaking back down to rebuild again. Layering is used to great effect in Psychedelic trance, with new musical ideas being added on at regular intervals, often every 4 or 8 bars. This buildup will happen till a climax is reached, and then the song will break down and start a new rhythmic pattern over the constant bass line.

See also

External links, Psychedelic & Goa Trance Radio List
  •, Israeli/Worldwide Psytrance Community
  •, Mexican psytrance community and resource of upcomping events
  • GOABASE, global resource of upcomping Psy events
  • Psychedelic trance Open Directory Project
  • Isratrance - Archive with information about most of Israel's Psychedelic Trance/Goa Trance artists.
  •, a psytrance community in Russia
  • Psyks- Kosova Psytrance Community
  • Oztrance - Australian Psytrance Forum
  • Trippy Trance - Everything to do with psy trance around the globe.
  • Australiens - Australian Psytrance Portal
  • 3am - South African Psytrance Portal
  • Monkeysfist - Psytrance Blog
  • Elektronika - Mexican Psytrance Portal
  • Psychedelic Mind Expander - database of Goa and psychedelic trance artists, labels and releases.
  • Psynews - online community and review database.
  • - Balkans Psychedelic Trance Community.
  • Chaishop - emag and host of a weekly podcast.
  • Ektoplazm - review database and free music source.
  • - Psychedelic/Progressive Trance and Chillout web radio.
  • Bomelakiesie- South African Psytrance Community.
  • Trancemuta- Mexican trance community.
  • Spacesheep- Romanian Psyrance/Psybient/Goa portal.
  • Psyshine- Turkish Psytrance Blog / Psy-life, music, culture, news worldwide.
  • PsyDj - New Zealand Psytrance / Psy-life, music, and culture from New Zealand.
  • Sun Station, a psytrance record label / party organizer in Russia
  • Active Communities / Party Organizers in the United States

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