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Various - Fluorescent Tunnelvision Album

Various - Fluorescent Tunnelvision Album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Electron / Rock
  • Title: Fluorescent Tunnelvision
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Post Rock, Experimental
  • Label: Submergence
  • Catalog: SUB-0047
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2459 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2976 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 119


1Tree SineJump To The Moon
Bass, Keyboards – Jussi LehtisaloDrums, Vocals – Mika RättöElectronics [Oscillators] – Mika RintalaKeyboards – Stephan SurmontPercussion – Tom Verhaeghe
2SubArachnoid SpaceSo Near And Yeti So Far
Bass – Koa StephensDrums – Chris Van HuffelGuitar – Mason Jones, Melynda JacksonRemastered By, Edited By – SubArachnoid Space
3Tombstone ValentineFleeing From The Perfect Master
Bass – Rick WilkersonEngineer – Larry DeMyerGuitar – Greg ToombsPiano, Synth – Diane HancockSynth – Richelle ToombsViolin – Randy Schwartz
4Zelany RashohoBullhorn Parking Sign Telephone
Performer – DJ Swop, Gennady Pleshkov, Oleg Karpov, Artyom Okhapkin, Dmitry Yurin, Igor Bobrovnikov
5FaustFrom The Upper Underworld (Little Ravvivando)
Performer [Faust:] – Hans Joachim Irmler, Lars Paukstat, Michael Stoll, Steven Wray Lobdell, Werner Zappi Diermaier
6Mushroom Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Baglama [Electric Saz] – Jay RadfordDrums, Producer [Produced By], Mixed By – Patrick O'Hearn Guitar [Snake Guitar] – Erik PearsonPercussion – David MihalySynthesizer [Oberheim] – Michael HoltTuba, Handclaps [Hands] – Jon BirdsongWritten-By, Arranged By – Mushroom
Bass – Russell GiffenBass [Processed Piccolo Bass], Synthesizer [Access Virus B Module] – John Ortega Drums, Mixed By – Hadley KahnEngineer [Recording Engineer] – George DuganGuitar – Paul CasanovaGuitar, E-Bow, Effects – Rob GiffenSynth – Paul Hilzinger
Guitar – Alexei LysenkoPerformer [Audio Space] – Sergey RadovskyPerformer [Multimedia Performance] – Vadim KouzenvovPerformer [Slides, Photos] – Yuri ElikPerformer [Slides] – Sonia NeljubinaVoice – Evgenia Radovskaya
9Melodic Energy CommissionRamalite From Vega
Bass, Percussion, Mixed By [Mix] – Don XalimanDrums [Thunder Drums] – Paul Franklin Drums, Percussion [Electro-Percussion] – Ed Van BenthemGuitar, Theremin – George McDonaldKeyboards – Mark Franklin Performer [Performed By], Written-By – Ed Van Benthem, George McDonald, Mark Franklin , Paul Franklin , Randy Raine-Reusch, Don XalimanWaterphone, Dilruba [Delruba], Flute [Flutes], Gong [Gongs] – Randy Raine-Reusch
10QuarkspaceBrainhaze (D.O.B.H. #3)
Bass – Chet SantiaComposed By [Improvised By] – QuarkspaceDrums [Drumming] – Paul Williams Guitar [Guitars] – Stan LyonGuitar [More Guitars] – Dave WexlerKeyboards – Jay Swanson
11Oránj ClimaxOffering
Synth [Synths] – John PichardoSynth [Synths], Bass [Piccolo Bass Treatments] – John Ortega Synth [Synths], Electronic Drums [Octapads] – Charlie DeLozier
12Volcano The BearStrausshand
Music By – Moore, Padden, Coleman, Mott
13Djam KaretNew Light On The Dark Age
Composed By, Performer [Performed By], Producer [Produced By] – Djam KaretElectric Guitar [Electric 6 String Guitar], Slide Guitar, Synth [Synth Bass] – Mike Henderson Keyboards [Melodic Keyboards], Synthesizer [Synthesizers] – Gayle EllettSequencer, Drum Programming, Sampler [Samples], Synthesizer [Synthesizers] – Chuck Oken, Jr.
Recorded By – Verde
15F/iQuantum Foam
Electric Piano [Rhodes Bass Keys], Beats – Darwin GrosseElectronics, Mixed By [Mixing], Engineer [Engineering] – Grant RichterGuitar – Bihm Fane, Brian WensingWritten-By, Producer [Produced By] – F/i
Recorded By, Mixed By – A. Peltonen, Circle
17Pseudo BuddhaCalling Quexzalcoatl
Bass, Chapman Stick – James Rhodes Bass, Loops, Ocarina [Ocarinas], Shaker [Gourd Shaker], Bells [Prayer Bell] – Quinn The EskimoFlute [Llama Flute], Saw [Sawblade], Performer [Klingende] – James Cobb Percussion [Mondo Percussion] – Gilly GonzalesTechnician [Deconstructed, Manipulated, Reconstructed, Layered], Mixed By – BobDog, Gilly, Quinn Veena [Magaptera Veena], Guitar [Pokemon Guitar], Loops, Effects [Manipulations] – BobDogVoice, Bells [Camel Bells], Handclaps [Hands] – Bro. Gabriel Herrera


  • Compiled ByHadley Kahn
  • Design, LayoutCharles Newman, Graham Slick
  • Edited By [Editing By]Charles Newman
  • Mastered ByAlan Douches
  • Photography [Miscellaneous Inside Photos By] –
  • Photography By [Front And Back Cover Photos By]Yuri Elik


Editing at Mother West Studios, NYC.
Mastered at West West Side Music Tenafly, NJ.

Front and back cover photos from the Pra-Images Installation by 2012 St. Petersburg, Russia 25.12.1998.

©2001 Submergence Music, a division of Mother West LLC
Oránj Climax ©1999 Published by Oranjic Music/BMI music
Djam Karet © 2001
Quarkspace ©2000 Eternity's Jest Records, Inc.
Faust copyright: Hans Joachim Irmler 2000
Escapade ©2001 Mother West Music


  • Barcode (Text): 6 14022 00472 6
  • Barcode (String): 614022004726
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1. Mirrored): L803 4071 102251 J10518-09 A @
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2. Mirrored): L804 4071 102252 K10518-09 A @
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1. Mirrored. No IFPI prefix): L803
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2. Mirrored. No IFPI prefix): L804
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 2F68
  • Rights Society (Performance rights): BMI


  • Record Company – Mother West
  • Copyright (c) – Submergence Music
  • Copyright (c) – Oránj Climax
  • Copyright (c) – Djam Karet
  • Copyright (c) – Quarkspace
  • Copyright (c) – Hans Joachim Irmler
  • Copyright (c) – Mother West Music
  • Published By – Oranjic Music
  • Edited At – Mother West Studios
  • Mastered At – West West Side Music


Tygrarad Tygrarad
Review from Audion #46 (2002)...
... a new 2CD sampler of all original material (or, at least it all seems to be) from some of the best acts around at the moment. Again, the bias is on American acts (nine of them), with three Finnish (strange!), two Russian (both unknowns), one British (the out-of-place Volcano The Bear, despite there being ample UK acts doing such space music), one Canadian, and one German (Faust), adding-up to another weirdly balanced mix of musics.
Disc 1 opens with the first of the three Finnish acts, Circle, who have been much lauded recently, though I don't think they deserve it. Their Veitsi is certainly not the best way to open the CD set, this almost literally jumps-out and throttles the listener, kerrangggg!!! - freaky and fuzzed-out dementia if you ask me, not so tasteful as some stuff I've heard by them. It should have been put at the end of disc 2, out-of-the-way! F/I - in sharp contrast, trip-out exuberantly, kinda instrumental dubby Public Image Ltd with an Ozrics twist and a nod to Can. Excellent! Pseudo Buddha - the Crevice cohorts, are purveyors of one of the best US trippy albums in recent years, and here they do a slinky groovy number that breaks-down into a sonic soup almost imperceptibly. Zelany Rashoho (Russian), and not really amounting to much, act as a nice interlude. Oránj Climax - interrelated with Escapade, play nice synth/sequencer stuff, a bit Tangerine Dream (more Nightcrawlers) with a hint of Heldon thrown-in. Okay. Djam Karet's New Light On The Dark Age highlights why I'm not so keen on their current music, in that it's too kitsch, too pretty (la-la, twiddly-dee, kind of rock embellished stuff that people like Ian Boddy or Mark Shreeve used to on synths alone) and just doesn't have that old daring magic that made the original Djam Karet so special. If it were anyone else, I'd say this shows a band with promise, but for Djam Karet it's rather so-so. Quarkspace seem to endless numbers of albums, all that have brilliant moments, and their Brainhaze (D.O.B.H. #3) is one such moment of great space-riffing. It's not long enough to become tedious (as some of their music does) and is most enjoyable. Melodic Energy Commission were a big surprise here, as I thought they'd disappeared and disbanded yonks ago. This Canadian combo (with a one-time Hawkwind connection) were one of the most original bands of the early-80's and they're still on a unique plane based on Ramalite From Vega a weirdly ethnic spiced instrumental. Ektroverde's Suru ends disc 1 with one of its finest pieces, a heavy freak-out that feels a little like a hybrid of Amon Düül II and Escapade, both dark and powerful.
Disc 2 opens with Faust, and an alternative version of a RAVVIVANDO track, and is way out-on-a-limb after disc 1, but then even more so are Volcano The Bear with the totally eccentric Strausshand showcasing them brilliantly in 5 minutes. Back to the space-rock, Escapade trundle in their patent style with Warningless, sounding like early Guru Guru playing classic Ash Ra Tempel, but with a modern new sound. Tombstone Valentine, again take us to weirder territory, a little bit like Faust meets This Heat? Mushroom then take us elsewhere, with a 60's style slow funky jazz groove, a little reminiscent of Freddy Hubbard or Quincy Jones! Tree Sine seem to be a hybrid of Circle and Ektroverde, and sound close to some early-80's German underground/new-wave acts like Der Plan or D-A-F. Russians 2012 - these are more industrial electronic, close to more abstract early Asmus Tietchens. Finally, SubArachnoid Space groove along as only they know how, with the 14 minute So Near, And Yeti So Far - no prizes for guessing the obvious dedications!