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Milky Disco III: To the Stars, Vol. 1


Download links and information about Milky Disco III: To the Stars, Vol. 1. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 02:32:41 minutes.

Release date: 2010
Genre: Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 02:32:41
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No. Title Length
1. Carbon Cave (Leo Zero) 6:49
2. I Feel Your Soul (Ghostape) 3:22
3. Metabolic (Jonny Nash) 7:26
4. Comets (Beatbroker Remix) (Hatchback) 6:49
5. Space Patrol (Ichisan) 7:49
6. Bobby's Revenge (Soft Rocks) 7:29
7. Closer Space (Telepazio) 5:56
8. Made Up My Mind (Brassica) 4:58
9. For Hoped (Dub) (Black Devil) 6:23
10. Iron Deck (Cos / Mes) 8:11
11. Deep Heat (Moscow) 9:52
12. Astral Project T.I.N.A (Oneohtrix Point Never) 3:39
13. Milky Disco III: To the Stars, Vol. 1 (Continuous Mix) (Various Artists) 1:13:58



To the Stars, eh? Come to think of it, that sounds about right. After all, at least half of this synth-chased compilation sounds like it was written with a Jetsons-like joyride in mind. Or at the very least, David Hasselhoff’s tape deck, circa 1982. Which isn’t to say that Milky Disco’s latest installment is campier than the last two. It’s just got its collective head in the clouds a bit more, from trance-inducing tracks like “Iron Deck,” “Deep Heat” and “Metabolic” to such welcome left-turns as the blood-on-the-dancefloor balladry of “Made Up My Mind” and the tension-building tribalism of “I Feel Your Soul.” And then there’s the ace astral projections of "Oneohtrix Point Never," a perfect bookend to the proceedings and yet another reminder that this series knows its indie darlings as well as its dance ones (see also: Studio, Nite Jewel and Glass Candy from earlier comps). Now if you’ll excuse us, we’ve got some old episodes of Knight Rider to watch on mute.