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Zodiacyouth - Devils Circus

Zodiacyouth - Devils Circus

Singer: Zodiacyouth
Title: Devils Circus
Country: UK
Released: 1997
Style: Goa Trance
Rating: 4.9 ☆
Votes: 569 ⛹
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A1 Devils Circus (Elysium Mix)
Remix – Elysium
A2 False Prophet (Man With No Name Mix)
Remix – Man With No Name
B1 Atoms (Angelfish Remix)
Remix – Johann
B2 Mr. Redeemer (Elysium Mix)
Remix – Elysium
C1 Mighty Blutwurst (Black Sun Mix)
Remix – Black Sun
C2 Fast Forward The Future (Hallucinogen Mix)
Remix – Hallucinogen
D1 Don't Smoke Acid (Elysium Mix)
Remix – Elysium
D2 Fast Forward The Future (Voodoo People Mix)
Remix – Voodoo People

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dragonfly Records
  • Copyright (c) – Dragonfly Records


  • Written-By – Youth, Zodiac Mindwarp


(P) & (C) 1997 Dragonfly Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5025055600253

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BFLCD 25 Zodiacyouth* Devils Circus ‎(CD, Album) Dragonfly Records BFLCD 25 UK 1997
NTD 90305-22 Zodiac Youth Devils Circus ‎(CD, Album) Dragonfly Records NTD 90305-22 Germany 1997
CTCR-17028 Zodiacyouth* Devils Circus ‎(CD, Album) Addict , Dragonfly Records CTCR-17028 Japan 1997
CTCR-17028 Zodiacyouth* Devils Circus ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Cutting Edge CTCR-17028 Japan 1997

Reviews (1)
Old remix album here of Zodiac Youth tracks reworked by some of the bigger names of the earlier days of goa/psy. Not surprising the style is strongly rooted in the "goa" side of things. First off Elysium reworks Devil's Circus. The track is old school goa and has some nice percussion action and a pretty busy bassline for the period. MWNN does his thing to False Prophet. Despite the heavy electric guitars, the Man With No Name sound is all over this remix so if you are a fan of his original sound, this remix is probably something you would be all over. The guitar parts are good, but sound a little out of place in the grand scheme of the track. Atoms (Angelfish Mix) is more of the same. Old school goa, some dirty acidy type lines, some squelchy parts. Its good, but its nothing terribly special either. Come Elysium's remix of Mr. Redeemer, I must admit all the tracks are starting to blend into one another. The quality and style is very consistant, but as I commented above, while its all good, not much of it is particularly excellent. The Black Sun remix of Mighty Blutwurst changes up the BPMs and finally adds a bit of stylistic variation to the comp. It is still old school goa, but its a bit darker and just sounds a bit different than the first disc did. Elysium comes back again to rework Don't Smoke Acid. This one is slow in tempo, but the vibe unfortunately goes back to the previous tracks. Again, good? Yes. Great? No? The Hallucinogen remix of Fast Forward The Future brings Hallucinogen's magic to the mix and the track is a definate standout. It isn't Simon's best remix by anymeans, but the track does at least stick out from the rest. The final remix, also of Fast Forward the Future, by Voodoo people again slows the tempo down again, but elsewise is the usual "goa" action here. End result. As as been stated several times already "good, but not excellent" seems to be the theme here. The Hallucinogen and Black Sun remixes stand out the most here for me while the rest is a bit of a blur. If you are looking for good goa to fill out some holes in an old school set, this might do the trick, but there aren't really any "amen" tracks here. 5.5/10

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