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  • Performer: Filteria
  • Title: Heliopolis
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Belgium
  • Record source: CD, Album
  • Released: 10 Feb 2006
  • Style: Goa Trance, Downtempo
  • Label: Suntrip Records
  • Cat#: SUNCD04
  • MP3 album: 2312 mb
  • FLAC album: 2444 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 415
Filteria - Heliopolis Download

Tracklist

1FilteriaRotate To Vibrate8:42
2FilteriaPyrogen8:56
3Filteria Feat. Red GravitySpeech Module
Written-By, Producer – Red Gravity
9:15
4FilteriaReflected10:01
5Crop CirclesLunar Civilization (Filteria's Higher Remix)
Remix [Rebuilt By] – FilteriaWritten-By [Original] – Crop Circles
10:05
6FilteriaMind Expansion (Short Version)10:42
7FilteriaCloud Kingdom (Solar Fields Remix)
Remix – Solar FieldsVocals – Cissi Moon
10:31
8FilteriaUnfiltered (Moon Remix)8:27


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SUNDD04Filteria Heliopolis ‎(8xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320)Suntrip RecordsSUNDD04Belgium2009
SUNCD04Filteria Heliopolis ‎(CD, Album, RE)Suntrip RecordsSUNCD04Belgium2010
noneFilteria Heliopolis ‎(8xFile, FLAC, Album)Not On Label (Filteria Self-released)noneSweden2013


Credits

  • DesignUkiro
  • Mastered ByTim Schuldt
  • Written-By, ProducerJannis Tzikas


Notes

All tracks written and produced by Jannis Tzikas at Filteria Studios, Stockholm, Sweden
Except:
Track 2: written + produced with Red Gravity
Track 7: original written by Crop Circles, rebuilt by Filteria
Track 9: remixed by Solar Fields at Studio Jupiter, Gothenburg, Sweden

Mastering by Tim Schuldt at 4CN Studios, Germany
Design by Ukiro(at)ukiro.com

(p) & (c) Suntrip Records 2006

Track tempos (BPM):
1: 146 / 2: 144 / 3: 145 / 4: 146 / 5: 142 / 6: 144 / 7: 147 / 8: 95


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5017744101080
  • Matrix / Runout: B28616 SUNCD04
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP57
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5H02


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Suntrip Records
  • Copyright (c) – Suntrip Records
  • Produced At – Filteria Studios
  • Remixed At – Studio Jupiter
  • Mastered At – 4CN Studios
  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution


Album

Info Album Heliopolis the city of the sun describes perfectly Filteria's music , Massive super psychedelic goa-trance leading to enlightening journeys in the is a second album of Sweden based Greek musician Jannis Tzikas. The album was officially released in 2006. Unfiltered Moon Remix 08:27, 146 BPM. Speech Module 09:15, 144 BPM. Reflected 10:01, 145 BPM. Mind Expansion Short Version 10:42, 146 BPM. Pyrogen 08:56, 142 BPM. Rotate To Vibrate 08:42, 144 BPM. Crop Circles - Lunar Civilization Filterias Higher Remix 10:05, 147 BPM. Cloud Kingdom Solar Fields Remix 10:31, 95 BPM. Listen free to Filteria Heliopolis Unfiltered Moon Remix, Speech Module and more. 8 tracks 76:42. Album 2013 8 Songs. More By Filteria. See by Filteria, released 10 February 2006 1. Unfiltered Moon Remix 2. Speech Module feat. Red Gravity 3. Reflected 4. Mind Expansion Short Version 5. Pyrogen 6. Rotate To Vibrate 7. Lunar Civilization Filteria's Higher Remix 8. Cloud Kingdom Solar Fields Rmx Heliopolis -the city of the sun- describes perfectly Filteria's music: Massive superpsychedelic goatrance leading to enlightening journeys in the Sun. The second Filteria album. Heliopolis -the city of the sun- describes perfectly Filteria's music: Massive superpsychedelic goatrance leading to enlightening journeys in the Sun. released February 10, 2006. Tz Daniel. Filteria - Heliopolis Full Album ᴴᴰ. mp3. Dozens of layers, back to back melodies & climaxes taking over after climaxes. Jannis is loaded with ideas and, seemingly, all are carried out. Filteria - Cloud Kingdom Solar Fields Remix 10:32. Filteria - Heliopolis Full Album 76:46. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. Goa Trance Classics par psy-ivan. Heliopolis album. Just better. Heliopolis is a second album of Sweden based Greek musician Jannis Tzikas. Track listing. Heliopolis is a music album by Filteria released in 2006. Heliopolis is ranked 61,479th in the overall chart, 13,793rd in the 2000s, and 1,447th in the year 2006. Heliopolis by Filteria Year: 2006 Release date: 2006-02-10 Overall rank: 61,479th. Accolades: Top albums of 2006 1,447th. Top albums of the 2000s 13,793rd. Скачать Filteria - Heliopolis. Также послушайте: Filteria. Skizologic & Filteria. Fabric Of Space. Filteria & Skizologic. Sky Input. Тип релиза - любой - Album Single Compilation Radioshow EP LP


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Reviews of the Filteria - Heliopolis (5):
Gnng
Every one is going to kill me for saying this, but here it is: this guy is like way overrated. Filteria is as echoey as scooby doo in a cave. I mean thats what he is all about, at least in my opinion, he sounds echoey. The production of his music is like unbelievable and thats it. His music is so superficial, I cant stand it. Though he seems to be getting better, not in this ofcourse, but I mean in Sundrops. I prefer his other work as KOB. Just listen to the Crop Cirle remix, it sounds exactly the same but more polished. At least Sky Input had a few good tunes but this one, even Sky Input to be frank, is...It lacks story telling I guess. It is just a combination of random pieces. I hope his next album will ba way better, which for some reason I see a promising release coming soon.
Tamesya
Thirding this. Seems to me like he heard the Pleiadians' IFO or the remix/original mix of 'Lunar Civilization' and just followed that blueprint to the letter. The melodies he puts out are pretty good a lot of the time - on their own - but they're all chucked in together and there's often too much going on. The cardinal sin here (and also with Sky Input) is that they're not built properly and/or they're introduced too early which is far worse and leads to some serious premature musical ejaculation. Climaxing all over the place, too many times on one track. Too many breakdowns with a new melody that doesn't relate to the previous one. The music just doesn't flow right. I see Goa as all about building and layering up on melodies in a meaningful way and telling a 'story' in a track. His music is 'intense' but that's because it's relentless in introducing melody after melody in a single track, often just out of the blue. I want to like this album and Sky Input, but they make it so difficult.I think 'Tiny Universe' is one of the best tracks he's done just because he lets it build up, and it actually climaxes nicely too. It's not perfect, but still. Oh, and that bouncy little riff he puts in after one of the drops, that's cool too. Of course, I agree on 'Daze of Our Lives' being a definite improvement, songwriting and arrangement wise - just listen to 'In the Heaven's Eye' or something, it's miles ahead of most of his earlier stuff. Arrangement issues is probably why the tracks don't sound as memorable, when you have to keep track of so much and everything changes on a dime.
Black_Hawk_Down
This album is simply awesome, over the top, blast from the past style goatrance. If you thought Pleiadians was heavy at times then your head will surely explode with some of these tracks. Let's hope this ignites a spark in the party scene. Favourites: 1, 2(!!), 3(!), 4(!), 5(!), 6(!!), 7(!)
Meztihn
Kaleidoscopic goa waves… Swedish producer Jannis ‘Filteria’ Tzikas has fast become synonymous with the recent resurrection of modern goa trance. His first album Sky Input released in 2004 was a tornado of fresh air with its highly melodic, multilayered, climactic and cascading goa trance sound, whereas his output on the 2005 Suntrip Records compilation Apsara showed an even deeper, more edgy side to Filteria. And now the second album is ready, with the help of a few outside contributors… I’ve been drooling for this ever since it was announce and now it’s finally time to take another trip down Filteria Lane… My main gripe with Sky Input was the intensity level… When I reviewed it, I used an analogy from the American Beauty movie; ‘Sometimes there's so much beauty in the world I feel like I can't take it, like my heart's going to cave in!’… Basically, that’s still true… This *is* a very intense album it can be very overwhelming… But by now, you should know what you’re getting into when listening to a Filteria album… And with that in mind, this album is a little masterpiece in its own right… It’s not exactly a quantum leap since the first album, but Jannis has indeed matured his sound in many aspects… Especially when it comes to story telling and structural improvements… Picking the best among the two albums is not an easy task, but if you point a gun at me, I’d say Heliopolis is slightly better… But they are both gargantuan albums in their own right! The cover art by Ukiro is by far the coolest I’ve seen so far on Suntrip Records, and it pays homage to the classic Matsuri covers… It’s beautiful! All in all, this is an amazing album – there are no bad tracks here, and there are a handful of instant classics that kicks the shit out of everything full-on released since Sky Input… A benchmark album that will crack smiles in several years to come! It gets my highest recommendations! …Enjoy! Favourites: 1(!!), 3(!!!), 4(!!), 5, 6, 7(!!), 8
Redfury
Long awaited follow up album to Sky Input from Filteria! Well, let me start by reassuring, intimidating, scaring or whatever your attitude is towards Filteria, that the guy still has NO breaks whatsoever !! Sky Input left me flabbergasted and Heliopolis picks up the stick exactly where it was left: Intro and then from 2:12 in Unfiltered we enter melodic goa "Pleiadians IFO" style trance land. Dozens of layers, back to back melodies & climaxes taking over after climaxes. Jannis is loaded with ideas and, seemingly, all are carried out. For one track it's still wonderfully put together, great sounds, great melodies, and a bigger-than-life-in-your-face frontal attitude no other artist, I know off, even come close to rivaling. For a full album, however, I'm afraid it's somewhat over the top for me. I would just love if the whole thing was taken to pieces and rebuilt during a track. At least on some of the tracks. Or maybe one layer deleted every now and then for a couple of minutes. For now, this is so much in your face, that even if it's obvious Filteria oozes talent, there were a couple of times during the first days repeated listens it became almost ... dare I say it ... border cheesy? No, I retract that. Sorry! But, you know ... Hmm, I guess I'm very aggressive critical here, but Filteria is the only artist around in this niche and I NEED him to give me exactly what I want since no one else is releasing what Jannis is. And since it's so obvious he has all the talent I will await the day he makes an album a little less eager to impress. For now, still, nice going! 7/8 tracks here have got to set any dance floor mayheem and a full concert must be absolutely awesome if the crowd can stay atop this second to none frontal eardrum attack.

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