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Boom Bolenat!


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FLAC album size:

1936 mb

MP3 album size:

1262 mb

WMA album size:

1534 mb

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4.3 ✱


Goa Trance

Date of release:


Various - Boom Bolenat! FLAC

Various - Boom Bolenat! FLAC

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Destination Dances With Wolves
Written-By – Idan Harari*, Idan Oz
2 Sphinx Disney Land
Written-By – Avshalom Elmaliach
3 Kaylash* Magic Light
Written-By – Mishel Atias
4 Ice Man* Marrakesh Hafla
Written-By – Sharon Zaui
5 Ananda Many Kisses
Written-By – Osher Swisa*
6 Kaylash* King Of The Moon
Written-By – Mishel Atias
7 Trivia Forbidden Fruit
Written-By – Erez Feldman
8 Shidapu & Duvdev End Of Infinity
Written-By – Amit Duvdevani, Erez Aizen
9 Trivia The Quest
Written-By – Erez Feldman

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Village Music Studios
  • Distributed By – MDMA Music Ltd
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ultra
  • Copyright (c) – Ultra


  • Artwork By – Paul M. @ Joker Studio
  • Design [Sleeve Design] – VisualFront
  • Mastered By [Digital] – Ben Bernfeld


Digital mastering @ Village Music Studios.
Distributed By M.D.M.A. Music Ltd.
Sleeve Design: [email protected]

Total time: 67:25

(P) & (C) 1998 Ultra
Made in Israel

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 290005 794025
  • Rights Society: ACUM / BIEM

Destination is indeed VERY cheezy, actually reminded me of some Robert Miles. Sphinx up next with a track that is pretty good actually. Some interesting melodies in there. Kailash has a nice climax, it wouldn't bother me to hear this in an oldschool set. Iceman up next with some typical Nitzhonot... don't really like this one as it sounds a bit too childish. Ananda eventually made a name for himself later on in the psy scene. This isn't bad actually, reminded me of some oldschool MFG. Kailash up again with another track, and again pretty close to the "serious" oldschool sound. Again, it wouldn't bother me to hear this in an oldschool set. Trivia which takes some time to build up but has a killer climax around 5:00. Shidapu & Duvdev up next which most people judged just by the name aparently. Ah yes it's funny looking back at the scene back then: people only looked at the name and if it was an artist with good reputation they'd instantly say that it is a great track, even when it was shit (as it was the case here). And when you see the turn that Duvdev got in the late 2000s it makes you realize that he always was into crappy commercial stuff from the beginning... The closer is another track from Trivia which again is a pretty decent effort with a great climax. Conclusion: It is funny to see how much the secene has evolved since this was released. Many die-hard goatrancers would have thrown this drectly to the garbage bin because it was "cheezy nitzonot". But by today's full-on standards this is quite decent. Indeed this is nitzhonot but compared to today it sounds pretty underground and there are some pretty interesting ideas explored in here.

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