Tsunami (album)

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Tsunami
Compilation album by
Various Artists
Released1999
Genre Psychedelic trance
Label Kinetic Records
Producer Kinetic Records

Tsunami is an album released in 1999. It contains ten tracks picked by Tsunami Tranceport, and was released under the Kinetic Label.

Track listing

  1. Zorba- The Deep
  2. Chakra- Deliverance
  3. I.Zen- Voices
  4. Saiko-Pod (a.k.a. KoxBox)- Magnetic Force
  5. Total Eclipse- Psychedelic Terrorist
  6. Yahel- Reality
  7. X-Dream- Aspirin
  8. Oforia- Special Offer
  9. Infected Mushroom-Symphonatic
  10. Morphem-Hypnotone


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