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Various - The Next Millennium FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Electronic
Title: The Next Millennium
Country: Israel
Released: Jan 1999
Style: Goa Trance
Label: Trust In Trance Records, Phonokol
Catalog Number: T.I.T. CD020, 2135-2
FLAC version ZIP size: 2341 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1203 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1201 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 172


1Astral ProjectionPower Gen (Live)7:45
2Astral ProjectionLife On Mars (SFX Remix)
Remix, Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – SFX
3The Mayan CollectiveChanneling
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – The Mayan Collective
4Astral ProjectionAndromeda9:32
5Interactive Ten Minutes To Sunset
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Interactive
6Astral ProjectionSolid Electronics7:43
7Silent SentinelsAnalog Voyager
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Silent Sentinels
8Iridium 12,000 Suns
Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Iridium
9Astral ProjectionLife On Mars (Oforia Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Oforia


  • Artwork [Sleeve Art], DesignIdo Eshed, Yossi F.
  • Compilation Producer [Production Assistant]Danielle Bouhnik
  • Compiled By, Compilation Producer [Produced By]Avi Nissim, Lior Perlmutter
  • Mastered By [Digital Mastering]Ben Bernfeld
  • Written-By, Arranged By, ProducerAstral Projection (tracks: 1 to 3, 5)


Track 3 recorded live somewhere in nowhere.

Digital mastering @ Village Mastering
Sleeve art + design @ VisualFront [email protected]

All tracks published by Warner Chappel Music Ltd./Phonokol Ltd.
(P) + (C) 1999 Trust In Trance Records.
Licensed by Trust In Trance Records.
Distribution by Phonokol Ltd., Israel.

Total time: 79:18

Astral Projection is not mentioned for "Life On Mars" on cover but the track was released on Astral Projection - Dancing Galaxy.
It's suspected that The Mayan Collective, Interactive , Silent Sentinels, Iridium are Avi and Lior as well but there is no conclusive evidence on the line-up of these groups.


  • Barcode (Text): 7 296134 213529
  • Barcode (String): 7296134213529
  • Matrix / Runout: CDI 2135-2 A3 <3113222>
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5F33
  • Rights Society: ACUM / BIEM


  • Mastered At – Village Music Studios
  • Designed At – Visual Front
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Published By – Phonokol Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Trust In Trance Records
  • Copyright (c) – Trust In Trance Records
  • Licensed To – Trust In Trance Records
  • Distributed By – Phonokol Ltd.
  • Pressed By – CDI Ltd. – 3113222


This album is really underrated , as it contains a few killer tracks, like "Analog Voyager" , "Channeling" and "Solid Electronics".
The closing is also awesome with the ambient track "12.000 Suns".

This is an Astral Projection album guised under the compilation format. 5 out of 9 tracks are credited directly to A.P., the rest are credited to "unknown" artists with no mention of real name. The sound of those 4 tracks is totally A.P. sound again. Can it be more obvious ?

Astral Projection released the Another World album in the beginning of 1999, which BTW is my favourite album of the 4 they released before the millennium. Certainly they couldn't release 2 albums in such a short span so they released this as a compilation. But this compilation is nowhere as good as any of the 4 albums released so far back then. The first 2 tracks are the best tracks in my opinion and could have easily sat on any album released by them. The Oforia remix brings a darker sound to the usual cheery A.P. sound. Nice 'oforic' remix but nothing outwordly. The rest of the tracks however seem leftovers from previous material. The "Live" version of Power Gen, recorded "live somewhere in nowhere" has the crowd noise which is obviously simulated though I always fancied tracks with simulated live noise. A mention goes also about the long closing ender, 12,000 Suns. This is a sort of ambient track similar in style to "Ambient Galaxy", a track which I find too long and repetitive. 12,000 Suns is a bit more varied though the usual A.P. formula is still there.

At this point it's needless to say that this release is nothing essential though A.P. fans should have this. But with a total duration of 80 minutes you feel you have value for what you paid.