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X.Dream - We Interface download
Performer: X.Dream
Title: We Interface
Released: 2004
Style: Techno, Psy-Trance, Electro
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 373
FLAC size: 1731 mb
MP3 size: 1095 mb


X-Ray Eyes5:22
The 1st (Fluke Remix)7:08
Quantum Lab7:46
The 1st5:51
We Interface5:09
Try To Save Your Song6:09
Slim Drum5:35


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SOLM-CD013X.Dream We Interface ‎(CD, Album)Solstice Music EuropeSOLM-CD013France2004
noneX-Dream We Interface - Not Mastered Promo Copy ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Gravity Plus RecordsnoneGermany2004
SOLMC-041X.Dream We Interface ‎(CD, Album)Solstice Music InternationalSOLMC-041Japan2004
SOLMC-041X.Dream We Interface ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Solstice Music InternationalSOLMC-041Japan2004


For over 10 years charismatic X-Dream who has given us , one lgendary track after another, will now release their much anticipated new. Текст песни: Monitoring devices, know where you go Mass media, total control Digital delight, desire in megabite Data overflow, virtual suicide. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2004 CD от We Interface на Interface. X-Dream - We Interface 2004. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Techno Psytrance. Songs in album X-Dream - We Interface 2004. X-Dream - The 1st. X-Dream - We Interface. X-Dream - Superintelligence. X-Dream - Try To Save Your Song. X-Dream - Ultratube. X-Dream - Quantum Lab. X-Dream - Virus. X-Dream - Distresser. X-Dream - Slim Drum. Album 2005 10 Songs. We Interface. Trance free to X-Dream We Interface The 1st, We Interface and more. 10 tracks 57:56. Released 2004. We Interface Tracklist. We Interface Lyrics. About We Interface. We Interface Q&A. More X-Dream albums. Traum ep. Your Rating. Overview . We Interface- X-DREAM's latest full-length album by today, featuring Ariel Electron on vocals and lyrics. The 1st is considered as a milestone in electronic dance music, strongly supported by Laurent Garnier and featured in his famous mixed CD for MIXMAG magazine 25th anniversary. Electro-Trance, Electro-Techno, Hard Psychedelic House, Techno- not easy to define the styles here, its X-DREAM at their best as usual MUST HAVE RELEASE Artwork Arne Schaffhausen and Marcus Maichel Photography By Kai Mathesdorf Producer, Written-By Jan Muller & Marcus C. Maichel Vocals, Lyrics B. Other X-Dream albums: Irritant. X-Dream 10 tracks Released in 2002 Electronic. No Process. Listen full album. We Created Our Own Happiness. X-Dream 8 tracks Released in 1996 Electronic. View all X-Dream albums. 11 tracks. Released in 2004


2020 сингл Muzarco Remix. Children of the Last Generation. 2020 сингл Bennun & Healey Remix. X-Dream Remixed. X-Dream The 1st Remixes. X-Dream, Ariel Electron. 2020 сингл. We Interface. Out Of Your Control. 2019 сингл. X-Dream: We Created Our Own Happiness, By Mistake, Rain и другие песни. Listen to music from X-Dream like Superintelligence, Rain - Astral Projection Remix & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from X-Dream. Although their music retains the 44 drum patterns of Goa trance music and has a dependence on riffs, X-Dream has a unique sounds different from most other artists in the genre. They are well-known for their high quality of production and well-placed psychedelic sounds. They have been joined by American vocalist Ariel who is part of many of their tracks on their latest albu read more. X-Dream are Marcus Christian Maichel born May 1968 and Jan Muller born February 1970 they are also known as Rough and Rush. Marcus Christopher Maichel Jan Muller also known as Rough & Rush. X-Dream - Out of Control 01:03:35. Radio is an epic album, and one of the most influential psytrance albums. Radio was the first album to take psytrance into the darker land, combining deep technoish beats and sounds with the more melodic psychedelic Goa-style leads, that Pop is an atmospheric subgenre of alternative rock that relies on sonic textures as much as melody. Dream pop often features breathy vocals and processed, echo-laden guitars and synthesizers. Though the Cocteau Twins, with their indecipherable vocals and languid soundscapes, are frequently seen as the leaders of dream pop, the genre has more stylistic diversity than their slow, electronic textures. Dream pop also encompasses the post-Velvet Underground guitar rock of Galaxie 500, as well as the loud, shimmering feedback of My Bloody Valentine. Город: Washington, Symphony Orchestra, Music Department: Star Wars. In March 1935 the musicians of the LSO gathered at London's old Scala Theatre in Tottenham Street to perform the music for the new film Things to Come and, following 14 full orchestral sessions, started a veritable revolution in film production history. Until that time, recorded film music had consisted essentially of work by small bands and groups. Without dialogue, Popee the Performer relies on its soundtrack to convey what is happening. Most of the soundtrack was composed by Osamu Tezuka and sung by Aoyagi Tsuneo, though some tracks were outsourced from other composers most notably Zero-G. The series OP titled Popee the Clown ポピー the クラウン is the iconic theme song that plays in almost every episode. Many variations exist, including: A music box version. A Japanese version with actual lyrics. The instrumental version. His music career began there in 1954, recording at Sun Records with producer Sam Phillips, who wanted to bring the sound of African-American music to a wider audience. Presley, on rhythm acoustic guitar, and accompanied by lead guitarist Scotty Moore and bassist Bill Black, was a pioneer of rockabilly, an uptempo, backbeat-driven fusion of country music and rhythm and blues. With his rise from poverty to significant fame, Presley's success seemed to epitomize the American Dream. The best-selling solo music artist of all time, he was commercially successful in many genres, including pop, country, R&B, adult contemporary, and gospel


Come on guys,they make that goa stuff from early 90`s.It`s a kind of evolution.Some tracks soundet a bit "commercial " but especially THE FIRST sounds very good in my ears.
This era of X-Dream needs to grow on you. At the time I didn't like it, and felt that their Goa stuff is superior. While of course their 90's output is legendary and groundbreaking, the 00's stuff has greally grown on me. They never lost that crazy drive, and sexy percolating bass lines, it just got more minimal and crunchy. Rough and Rush never stopped being experts at how to construct a long range hypnotic track.
Other than "Try To Save Your Song", total rubbish. But like the other commenter said, I guess they've paid their dues and can make whatever kind of music they wish.
pretty "meh" album. sounds like a wrong turn down "wannabe futuristic cyber punks" road. but hey, it's x-dream. they've paid their dues. let them experiment musically (and however else they like).
Come on...3.71 out of 5?
This album deserves a 2 at best.
X-Dream are legends...Muller and Maichel I mean...not his GF/wife or whatever.
With her collaboration they have put together an album of
pure shit that is not worth the vinyl or plastic its printed on.
"Save your song" is OK,but the rest of it is ass.
Maichel needs to ditch these two permanently, go back to working with the classy lads
from Extrawelt/Midimilliz, or try and hook up with Tomasz Balicki finally and put
together some quality shit.
This music doesn't cut it for anyone.
Sadaron above the Gods
X-Dream is my favorite trance artist and i've enjoyed every album they've put out. Sometimes I find one or two stinkers on the CDs that don't really stand out, but 9 out of 10 times, they always grow on me with time. We Interface may be incredibly different then what us fans are used to, but I think the change works out well and they pulled it off nicely. I'll break this review into 2 sections...

The 1st, We Interface, Quantum Lab, X-Ray Eyes, The 1st (Fluke Remix)

The tracks with vocals... and honestly - they stand out the most of the bunch! Very sci-fi and futuristic feelings emerge when you hear Ariel talking about technology in poem fashion with her voice distorted for the most part. I welcome this new style they are using.

Superintelligence, Try To Save Your Song, Ultratube, Virus, Distressor, Slim Drum

The trance tracks. No vocals, sometimes a voice sample thrown in, some goa, some psy, some full on, some minimal. in other words: classic X-Dream material. Superintelligence is the stand out here, reminding me of their Irritant album from 2002.

X-Dream are still masters at what they do, only different now is that they have opened up new options for trance music and no doubt there will be other artists inspired by this. There is a reason X-Dream is my favorite trance act, and this album is a perfect example why.
well, nothing much to say about this, in my opinion allthough they experiment with various sounds this album in my opinion is a painfull downfall after succes and confident sound of "Radio", in "We interface" i can hear only recycled, aged in fact, ideas of commercial club dance music, attempt to create something more mainstream and profitable perhaps? this sounds like some uninspired attemp to copy whats popular in mainstream, im not saying that its bad to do so, but in my present opinion this album doesnt stand out from the crowd - not psy nor club dance. and why would someone label this music as psy-trance?
Wov! New X-Dream album is not an everyday happening. X-Dream (Marcus C. Maichel and Jan Muller) is for sure considered to be two of the most talented artists we have in the psychedelic trance scene. They are said to be one of the major reasons for why psytrance sounds like it does today, because of their groundbreaking album Radio, released on Blue Room Released in 1998. But they were also a big inspiration to the entire scene before that, with their trippy, melodic, drifting trance, released on several albums and singles, mostly on Tunnel Records from 1994 to 1997. After the Radio album in 1998, they went another direction, and released the Irritant album on GTN in 2002, which put minimal trance to a sky high level, with massive, filmatic, dark themes etc. Now they are back, this time with their sixth album! Now they are releasing it on one of the most respected psytrance labels there is out there, Solstice Music.

I was lucky enough to see X-Dream live at Samothraki Dance Festival in Greece last year, and heard some new tracks that gave me a little sign of what their new album was going to sound like. The first track we get here was actually one of the last tracks they gave us on the live set. As you can see on the cover art, they have brough a girl (Ariel) into the band this time. She was singing on stage at Samothraki, and here we get her vocals too. They have twisted the voice quite a lot, so it sounds like some kind of evil computer voice. The first time I heard this track, I hated it. After a few listens, I’m actually starting to like it…! We get some massive, rough, swirling sounds and a heavy break beat banging through the track. Dark and very different from all previous tracks by X-Dream. Track 2 starts with some sounds from a phone or something. Then we get a rough kind of melody that reminds me of a electro melody from the eighties. You find influences of 80’s electro in many different music styles these days (trendy…), and here it has definitely found it’s journey to trance too. Personally, I don’t like this track very much because I find the melody kind of cheesy. You also get the vocals in this one. Synth music meets trance… Track 3 is a fantastic trance track that shows us why X-Dream is as big as they are. Very minimal, but they build it up in a drifting way like no other has managed to do. This track sounds a bit like the Radio album, but a bit more minimal. I think somewhere between Radio and Irritant would be a good description of this track. Fantastic!!! Best track on this album in my ears. Track 4 takes the rough, eighties sound and tweaks it into another, quite cheesy melody again. This track sounds more like some very bad hard house than psytrance to me. This is actually the worst track I have ever heard by X-Dream! I just can’t understand why they would release something like this? This is what hard house sounded like five years ago!

Track 5 is a really pumping track. We get some of those rough hard house sounds in this one too, but not as nagging. This track is actually a techno track, not a psytrance track. But X-Dream is one of just a few groups that have a fan base in both scenes, and here you get the reason why! Pretty good, minimal, drifting techno track. Track 6 is another masterpiece. They played this one in the live set too. You get the vocals, but not in a nagging way. Here it sounds just cool, and the drifting, totally stumpy beat is as typical X-Dream as it can get. The trippy melody you get in this one is really great. Another favourite on this album. Track 7 is a totally pumping track working it real hard. This one sounds like it stays somewhere between hard house and techno. Not among the worst, but not among the best tracks either. Track 8 is extremely heavy and hard pumping! This is a pure, evil, minimal, techno track. I think this could actually go under the gabba techno category! Something for those who wants to work it out like they’ve never done before. Track 9 is another drifting techno monster. This one has the vibe I like in the Irritant album. Dark, trippy and a massive sound, but in a minimal way. Track 10 is a pure electro track. Some kind of experimental break beats, evil voice and rough sounds that could have been in a drum’n’bass track. Very dark, but cool and very different from what we are used to hear from these guys. The last track we get on this album is surprisingly a Fluke remix of the 1St track! Fluke is among the most talented groups in the electronic music scene, and have gained huge respect in many scenes. Here they have made a drum’n’bass version of the track. Pretty cool, with playful bass and funny sounds. This version is also more melodic than the original. Nice one.

X-Dream delivers some fantastic monsters as usual, but they also disappointed me with the hard house tracks. This album was more varied than usual from these guys, so it might catch more peoples attention. Hands up for X-Dream for finding new directions in each album. This time they deliver great quality when it comes to the trance, the breaks and electro was okay, but the hard house was wrong… Check it out! It’s X-Dream for god’s sake!
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