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G.M.S. vs. Systembusters - G.M.S. vs. Systembusters MP3 FLAC


Tracklist


1G.M.S.Lumberjack Rmx
Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Riktam
7:24
2SystembustersDigital Self
Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Rossi, Riktam
6:31
3G.M.S.Slingshot
Written-By – ShantiWritten-By, Producer – Bansi, Riktam
8:12
4SystembustersStarwars
Written-By – ShantiWritten-By, Producer – Bansi, Rossi, Riktam
6:54
5G.M.S.Joke's On You
Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Riktam
8:10
6G.M.S.Snorkel Blaster Rmx
Written-By – SebiWritten-By, Producer – Bansi, Riktam
7:28
7G.M.S.Arabian Knights On Mescaline
Written-By – Duvdev Of Infected Mushroom, ShantiWritten-By, Producer – Bansi, Riktam
6:32
8G.M.S.Bugslife
Written-By – Swami PieroWritten-By, Producer – Bansi, Riktam
6:55
9SystembustersBoiled Gravy
Written-By – Gino Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Rossi, Riktam
7:59
10SystembustersSquare Wave
Written-By, Producer – Bansi, Rossi, Riktam
7:13

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneGMS & Systembusters GMS & Systembusters - GMS Vs Systembusters ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album)Stereo Societynone2019

Credits


  • Design [Images And Designs]Organix

Notes


Packaged in a Digipak.

P&C Spun Records 2000

BPMs
01: 145 BPM
02: 148 BPM (Remix of the original track by Space Cat, Riktam & Raja Ram)
03: 150 BPM
04: 148 BPM
05: 145 BPM
06: 142 BPM
07: 150 BPM
08: 145 BPM (track uses samples from John Williams "Star Wars Main Title")
09: 140 BPM
10: 132 BPM

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (mirrored): GMS Y0627A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L532
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9220

Video


G.M.S. vs. Systembusters - G.M.S. vs. Systembusters MP3 FLAC
Performer: G.M.S. vs. Systembusters
Genre: Electronic
Title: G.M.S. vs. Systembusters
Country: US
Released: 2000
Style: Goa Trance, Psy-Trance
MP3 album: 2123 mb
FLAC album: 1580 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 799
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: SPUN CD001
Label: Spun Records

Peles
a seminal psytrance release & the turning point of the genre, spawning more copycats than any other sound, as well as providing the template for all G. M. S. tracks since. The remix of "Snorkel Blaster" will, in my opinion, go down in history as a definitive track for the psytrance sound
Damdyagab
Yes, I agree entirely. Lots of great songs on here. And some shockers... Star Wars, wtf? And, fancy seeing you here!
AnnyMars
"Arabian Knights on Mescaline" is such a great track, the co-production of DuvDev from Infected Mushroom really shines through - more a IM track than a GMS track, I'd say. Too bad it's only available on this album...
Cemav
Remix is even better, it's available on Trance Form VA complication from 2004. Possible the best track that GMS ever produced.