Sash! ‎– Trilenium

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1 Rock The Block
Vocals – Deborah Cameron, Michael Williams
3:46
2 Adelante
Vocals – Peter Faulhammer, Rodriguez
6:46
3 With My Own Eyes
Vocals – Inka
4:03
4 Show Me The Right Way
Vocals – Ricardo De Tornato
3:54
5 Le Soleil Noir
Vocals – Sabine Ohmes
3:52
6 Just Around The Hill
Vocals – Tina Cousins
3:32
7 Tell Me Now
Vocals – Ca$h
3:34
8 Trilenium 5:22
9 Halleluja
Vocals – Ca$h, Deborah Cameron
3:58
10 Together Again
Vocals – Blå Øjne
3:58
11 Destination Unknown 3:58
12 Multiply Teaser 5:39
13 My Kind Of Blues
Vocals – Ricardo De Tornato
3:23
14 Chill Out No.1 4:27

Notes

Track time for track 12 written on Cd as 3:42. Actual time: 5:39.

(P) & (C) 2000 Multiply Records

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  • Barcode: 5033222500367

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0108592XIT Sash! Trilenium(CD, Album) X-IT Records 0108592XIT Europe 2000 Sell This Version
7243 5 42611 2 1 Sash! Trilenium(CD, Album) Virgin 7243 5 42611 2 1 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
ISB CD 5065 Sash! Trilenium(CD, Album) X-IT Records ISB CD 5065 Canada 2001 Sell This Version
0108592XIT Sash! Trilenium(CD, Album, Unofficial) Hyper Records (3) 0108592XIT Russia Unknown Sell This Version
0108594XIT Sash! Trilenium(Cass, Album) X-IT Records 0108594XIT Poland 2000 Sell This Version

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gabba4life

gabba4life

December 23, 2011
edited over 4 years ago

In the dawn of the new millenium Sash! released the album Trilenium. The third album and perhaps one of their best. Imo Trilenium is a reason to like Eurotrance music. What i always liked in techno-rave-trance music is the collaboration with multiply vocalists. Sash! do it not only with success, but in different languages English, Spanish, French and Danish (i think). The male vocals are in the right tracks and so do the female vocals. The arpegiator in the sequence melodies in position.
What i like in most of Sash!'s tracks is the variety in melody. This isn't just three-four notes in the arpegiator. The melody has depth, fluctuations, colour. It has a beauty supported most of the times with calm female vocals like With my own eyes, Together again -omg what a song!!!!- . Rock the block, Adelande and Show me the right way are trully dancefloor kickers. You can dance all night hearing them.

Le soleil noir is a track moving in the path of Robert Miles (notice the bass line and you will understand what i mean). A quite peacefull yet melodic trance track.

Just around the hill looks like the ballad that every techno album must have. Not bad. Tell me now is Boy George like track. (remember Run Sash! feat. Boy George?).

Trilenium is a dark, acid track not in the mood of the other tracks in the album. Lasts 5 minutes but is the dark kind of music you like to hear and dance in the clubs.

Halleluja....I don't know the meaning of existance of a Christmass mood song in a trance album.

Destination unknown, Multiply teaser are trance anthems in the right queue. Massive and hard. But, what triggered my attention mostly was Chill out no 1. The best way to close the album. Ambient track one of the best i've ever heard. So calm and mind travelling and it lasts only 4 and a half minutes. Why? Remember In the air part 2 in Dune's Expedition and ...In the end in Dune's first album? 10 minutes trip into ambient. Chill out no 1 is the radio version of those two.
pc13

pc13

July 11, 2003

By the time we get to Sash!'s third album, it appears they're beginning to sell out. Apart from "Rock The Block" and "Adelante", all other dance tracks are starting to sound cheesy in a "Italy '94" kind of way, being only bearable.
As for the "experimental" tracks, "Just Around The Hill" is an absolutely dreadful ballad, nothing to do with the rest of the album, while "Chill Out No. 1" sounds just like a badly failed experiment that we have to endure for over 4 minutes. Only "My Kind Of Blues", with its rock/breakbeat touches holds any of my interest, while the lack of a Sash!/Nonex d&b collaboration is missed.