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The Shamen - Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala


1Asymptotic Eschaton0:48
3Out In The Styx3:08
5Anticipation Eschaton ( Be Ready For The Storm )4:43
6Rio Negro3:16
9Beneath The Underworld3:34
10Pizzaro In Paradise 6:02
12Agua Azul11:22
13West Of The Underworld10:14
14Peresphone's Quest5:03
15Prince Of Popocatapetl6:00
16Axis Mundi7:05
17Eschaton Omega ( Deep Melodic Techno)3:38
18Xochipili's Return8:28
19Destination Eschaton3:55
20Sefirotic Axis6:52
21A Moment In Dub9:20
22Heal (The Separation)3:57
24S2 Translation3:30
27Above The Otherworld1:21


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TPLP52CDLThe Shamen Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig)One Little IndianTPLP52CDLUK1995
TPLP52CD, TPLP52CDRThe Shamen Axis Mutatis ‎(2xCD, Album)One Little Indian, One Little IndianTPLP52CD, TPLP52CDRUK1995
TPLP52CDThe Shamen Axis Mutatis ‎(CD, Album)One Little IndianTPLP52CDUK1995
481204 9, SHA 481204 9The Shamen Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala ‎(CD, Album + CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed)One Little Indian, One Little Indian481204 9, SHA 481204 9Europe1995
752.279/2-481204The Shamen Axis Mutatis ‎(CD, Album)Epic752.279/2-481204Brazil1995


200g vinyl Limited to 1000 copies worldwide & numbered. Tracklisting is the same as the first release



Формируйте собственную. Songs in album The Shamen - Axis Mutatis, Arbor Bona Arbor Mala 1995. The Shamen - Destination Eschaton. The Shamen - Conquistador. The Shamen - Axis Mundi. The Shamen - Eschaton Omega Deep Melodic Techno. Axis Mutatis is an album by electronic music group The Shamen which was released in 1995. The album did not receive as much positive feedback as their previous album, Boss Drum or was as popular as it, but Axis Mutatis still remained a fairly successful release, with the band eventually releasing four music videos for it. The initial release of Axis Mutatis contained an additional instrumental album, Arbor Bona Arbor Mala. 21 tracks 103:58. The Shamen were an experimental acid housetechno band, initially formed in Aberdeen, Scotland by Colin Angus b. 24 August, 1961, Derek McKenzie b. 27 February, 1964, Keith McKenzie b. read more. 30 August, 1961 and Peter Stephenson b. 1 M read more. The Shamen Axis Mutatis Austrian 2-CD album set. Track Listings. Disc: 1. But Its Okay Because of Shamen Double cd Axis Muttatis and Arbor Bona Arbor Mala, two cd in 1 double package, with easy litening electronic genre music with some amount of video music experience like The Shamen has. Read more. Album by The Shamen. Destination Eschaton. was remixed in. Destination Eschaton Destination Meccaton Beatmasters 12 Vocal by The Beatmasters 1995. Destination Eschaton Destination Discoton Basement Boys Vocal by The Basement Boys 1995. Destination Eschaton Basement Boys Instrumental by The Basement Boys 1995. see 2 more connections. Great and rather unknown release to most people, still an ambient Shamen's Chill Out 1. Asymptotic Eschaton 2. Sefirotic 1995 26 Songs. Music Videos. The Shamen. More by The Shamen. Features Song Lyrics for The Shamen's Axis MutatusArbor Bona Arbor Mala album. The Shamen - Axis MutatusArbor Bona Arbor Mala Album. Artist: The Shamen. Album: Axis MutatusArbor Bona Arbor Mala. 1995 - 26 songs. Destination Eschaton Beatmasters 7. Sefirotic Axis: A. Emanaion B. Creation C. Formation D

The Shamen - Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala
Performer: The Shamen
Genre: Electro
Title: Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala
Country: UK
Released: 2008
Style: Electro
MP3 album: 1165 mb
FLAC album: 1526 mb
Source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
№ Cat: TPLP52DMM
Label: One Little Indian

65 min pressed onto LP1? 73 min pressed onto LP2? how in the heck did they do that? especially the 2nd disc. that almost tops the guiness book of world records for the most time pressed onto a 33 and a third rpm. the levels would be super low. i'm having a hard time believing this press exists. if it does, the 2nd LP ARBOR BONA/MALA is an ARTIFACT TO BEHOLD. The track AGUA AZUL is listed on this pressing, it is not on the previous LP versions, which is pretty cool, it's another mind-bender that really needed to be included.
Was this actually ever released? I have never seen it available
Does anyone have a good review of the quality of this pressing? I have the original 4LP but it's a little scratchy. I was wondering what this later version was like. I'm worried they have maybe crammed too much audio on to a double LP for the quality to be truly good.