audio review : Hypnotic Bass ( album ) … Eurobass Express

audio review : Hypnotic Bass ( album ) ... Eurobass Express

The album title comes into play during A Trip To The Moon; the melodic chorus section of which is indeed Hypnotic. No other song matches its wonderment, though the set, which also travels Earthly places like Florida and Germany, is sufficient for what it is; techno music for Bassheads.

my rating : 3 of 5

1994

audio review : Bass Overload ( album ) … Bass Alliance

audio review : Bass Overload ( album ) ... Bass Alliance

Play this in your European sports car while imagining you’re on a journey thru the universe. Space is a strong theme here, along with ears and sound, specifically the aesthetics of bass music. The subgenre is techno, which also makes the album appropriate for terrestrial dance clubs.

The best songs include The Sound Of Ohm; the only song without the word Bass in the title; This Is Bass, The Future Of Bass, Space Bass Traveler and Damaging Bass. It’s the latter that reminds listeners that playing this album too loud may not only damage speakers but also “your ears”.

my rating : 3 of 5

1994

audio review : Bomb The Bass ( album ) … Bass Bombers

audio review : Bomb The Bass ( album ) ... Bass Bombers

This album sounds as corny as the title and name of the artists; I suspect it’s an alias of Bass 305; suggest. The beats are generally mundane, but the main issue is the abundance of vocal samples; cliché DM (Records) catchphrases that litter almost every song like space dust.

The one exception is Nocturnal Emission, the vocals of which consist of nothing more than, sneakily enough, a girl or girls moaning in what sounds like sexual pleasure. That I don’t mind. The only other decent song is Woofer Wrecker; a techno party mix for said girls to dance to.

my rating : 2 of 5

1994