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With Land of a Thousand Trances, A Produce has created a different work, different from a lot of his other works, but not different from his pursuit. Parts of this recording sound like A Produce's 2001 Hypnos Recordings record Smile on the Void, but then other parts of this recording sound unique. This recording has more musical substance, i.e., melodic and harmonic development, than other works from this artist, but his less minimal use of the timbre and melodic motif doesn't make this overly produced recording, rather this recording comes off sounding more substantial in a strange way. The ground that A Produce covers on Land of a Thousand Trances is certainly indicative of both spiritual and artistic growth, two things that this listeners really enjoy hearing and seeing when looking at an artist's body of work. Verily, this work illustrates growth, and demonstrates A Produce going into new territories. This recording isn't recommended as a starting point of the artist's expansive catalog. If you want to get a good taste of his work you might try Inscape & Landscape or the White Sands anthology, as these are more broad and put Land of a Thousand Trances into context better.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A Produce has been exploring the vast realm of trance-oriented musical expression for several years in rock formats and other styles. In the early '80s, he established the Trance Port label for a series of cassette-only releases, to document the growing local trance music scene. Of the nine releases, three were compilations of local musicians/artists working within the realm of modern-day trance music. Now out of print, the L.A. Mantra series of tapes documented the early-'80s trance scene in Los...
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