Re: trance therapy

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Date: Sat Apr 08 2000 - 07:03:08 PDT

I offer you instead total blisslessness: KULMA. You'll swear they're from
Green, not Ice, land.


(as a party gag once an EE friend of mine & I set up a hidden sound system
and played KULMA till the guests begged for mercy. they were putty in our
hands. should mention said guests tricked yours truly into buying Kulma cd
in the first place.)

(GG + EE = TL)

In a message dated 4/7/00 11:02:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< Oh my... Stuff like this just makes me love FoRK more:) 100%
 goa/psy-trance. I'm in absoloutely bliss. Now if they play some Sven Vath,
 then i'm in love.
 -----Original Message-----
 From: Eirikur Hallgrimsson <>
 To: <>
 Date: Friday, April 07, 2000 5:00 PM
 Subject: trance therapy
>Grlygrl asked floorpie about the depressing stuff, prompting me to
>pick up the music thread. I'll post a link to some trance. I've been
>listening to a lot of trance. I'm wondering if there's something
>going on in it that's in someway good for my internal weather
>My "daytime" favorite stream:
>Check out what happens when you parse the cool name thus:
>Actually, just the tempo is probably good, since *something* has to
>entrain to it. At least I assume that's true in the general case,
>non-musicians may not automagically follow things. I know that I
>don't entrain to music that I don't understand and that that's the
>definition of not understanding for me. "I'm lost; I can't join this

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