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Saturation

by Deep Space Research

Exploring the outer realms of hallucinogenic atmospheres and rhythm, sensory deprivation researcher and ambient artist Michael Sickinger returns as Deep Space Research. Featuring remixes by acid house duo Hardfloor and Autonomic pioneer ASC.
Genre: Electronic: Acid House
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1. Beyond End (Acid Rain Mix)
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2. Saturation
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3. Mist
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4. Nectar
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5. Slip
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6. Saturation (Hardfloor Remix) [feat. Hardfloor]
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7. Nectar (Asc Remix) [feat. Asc]
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8. Beyond End (feat. Jaswho?)
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9. Lotus
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10. Harness (feat. Jaswho?)
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Exploring the outer realms of hallucinogenic atmospheres and rhythm, sensory deprivation researcher and ambient artist Michael Sickinger returns as Deep Space Research. Featuring remixes by acid house duo Hardfloor and Autonomic pioneer ASC.

Originally planning to follow in the foot steps of Dr. Richard Evans Schultes in the search for psychoactive medicinal plants in the Amazon, Michael Sickinger took an unexpected turn into the research of sensory deprivation tanks and their altered effect on consciousness at the suggestion of author Terence McKenna.

During the initial stages of tank research, Michael Sickinger was inspired by the sounds of Brian Eno and began releasing ambient and acid house records using analogue modular systems in 1991.

Through the 1990s and into the present, Michael Sickinger has worked with some of the world's most respected artists and continues his research into sensory deprivation.





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T. Lemmo

Saturation
High echelon of electronic synthesis dreamscapes for work or play. Great mixes and production, a treat for your senses.
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Rob

Great Album
Great album! Love the Juno Reactor feel to it. Def. recommend!
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