Mantra Bros | Trance of The Cobra, Dance of The Tiger

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Trance of The Cobra, Dance of The Tiger

by Mantra Bros

60 minutes of non stop World Trance that captures the heart and soul of East meeting West
Genre: Electronic: Trance
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1. Trance of the Cobra
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30:35 album only
2. Dance of the Tiger
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30:04 album only
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Album Notes
The second album from the rising stars of Trance, the Mantra Bros, you can feel the Cobra's movements, and the Tiger's Dance in this continuation of East meets West Fusion. The album is in fact hypnotic. It really gets under your skin. Looking for a quick escape into the world of Trance, then this album is a must. Once again, you will get a chill up your spine, and your Chakra will be modified. What you do with it is up to you. Once again the Mantra Bros insisted that the entire album be made available at a popular price. We have complied!


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Kathy Rogers

Got The Chill Up My Spine!
I was able to contact the Mantra Bros on Myspace. You can listen to almost 9 minutes of their songs on YouTube before you buy. I listened on a pair of Sennheiser headphones (cannot afford the Bose QC15's yet). The songs are what they describe, and I experienced the calm, focused subconscious, trance like meditation. Most reviews are alot of hype to sell you music, this is not. The fact they made 9 minutes of their song available to listen convinced me to buy. I too foolishly bought on iTunes and paid $9.99 instead of the $5.98 offered on CD Baby. I wish I had known about CD Baby before. In any case. They are worth the money, I love the album, and will be buying others once I get tired of listening to this album (I have listened to it about 10 times so far, and hear something new each time).

I agree that you must listen to the Mantra Bros with headphones or at least and iPod with earbuds. I did not get the same effect (or is it affect) from regular speakers.

Incidentally, the Mantra Bros are not from Burundi. One of the musicians is from Burundi, but the main musicians are from U.S., India, Panama, and U.K.