|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Inside The Gardens Of The Mind||9||Audio||1997||Purple Pyramid|
|2||Upon The Solar Winds||9||Audio||1995||Cleopatra|
|3||Beyond The Maybe Machine||9||Audio||1996||Cleopatra|
|4||She Wants To Take Us Over The Edge Of The World||10||Audio||1999|
|5||Through The Strands Of Time||9||Audio||1994||Stratospheric Records|
|6||From The Madness We Began||12||Audio||2013-09-02||Gonzo Multimedia|
Melting Euphoria were formed in San Francisco by keyboardist Don Falcone (already active in the [a=Thessalonians]) and by bassist Anthony "Forti" Budziszewski and drummer Mychael Merrill. They debuted with Through The Strands Of Time (Stratospheric, 1994), a work characterized by spacey synthesizer sounds and tribal drumming. In many ways, the format (futuristic electronic vignettes with a subliminal psychological underpinning) evoked [a=Brian Eno]'s Before And After Science, but the first track unmistakably identified Melting Euphoria's main influence: Inner Vastness of Space echoes the trance and the suspense of [a=Pink Floyd]'s Set The controls for the Heart of the Sun, amid galactic sound effects that hark back to [a=Gong]'s Radio Gnome Invisible trilogy.