Rudolf Heimann – Trancefusion


Released: 2018 By MellowJet Records

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  1. Livin On A Dream [7:01]
  2. Energy Fooled The Electrician [3:54]
  3. Fantasist’s Mushroom Experience [8:36]
  4. Tequila Sunset [7:12]
  5. Trancefusion [8:08]
  6. On The Rebound [6:37]
  7. Smurfs In Space (VCO Edit) [14:07]
  8. Acid Drive [6:53]
  9. Leaving The Logic Sector [9:10]
  10. Track and Field (BONUS) [6:07]

remastered rerelease of the 1993 album

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Weight 105 g



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1 review for Rudolf Heimann – Trancefusion

  1. Sylvain Lupari

    Inspired primarily by Mike Oldfield and by Alan Parsons’ progressive rock, Rudolf Heimann’s universe shifts from electronic rock to synth-pop, Funk with a catchy bass, Rhythm & Groove and a more progressive electronic rock where some perfumes smell the music of Jethro Tull. The gap is big? Hum … Imagine now when Rap and Techno are added! We have here a macedonia of genres whose disparity of styles is always difficult to encircle. Holger Stausberg (Guitars), Marc Schreiner (Acoustic Guitar), Uta Minzberg (Flutes), Ralf Schnenberg (Tenor Sax), Wiebke Troue (Violin), Geesche Troue (Viola), Damien v. Helsing (Bass), Dirk J. Mller (Hammond) and Bernd Rasche (Programming) are the guest musicians in the creation of TranceFusion which is actually the 3rd album of the German musician. Originally released on the Musique Intemporelle label in 1993, founded by Bernd Kistenmacher and which is now MIR, this album came back to the surface in 2006 on t he SynGate label, which included a bonus track (John’s Theme), and now on the MellowJet Records label, also with one more title (Track and Field) and remastered by Bernd Moonbooter Scholl on last September. But before going further, a statement is needed; open-mindedness and patience are required here! On the other hand, in this mishmash of styles, Rudolf Heimann always imposes a harmonious writing which facilitates the domestication of TranceFusion.

    And that begins with Livin’ on a Dream” and its oneiric introduction which fades and floats for a stroboscopic momentum before landing on a rock mould la like Phil Collins and whose guitar is very Mike Oldfield. One can easily compares the approach here to the commercial period of the British musician

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