Various ‎– Scando-Nøva (Future Sounds From The Scandinavian Underground)

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Fuego Records ‎– FUEGOCD 004
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CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1 Ralph Myerz Funky Biznizzz 4:29
2 Ephemera Last Thing (Fata Morgana Dub)
Remix – Bjørn Torske
4:32
3 Basecamp Wolf First Base On The Moon 3:26
4 Quant Groove Protocol 6:31
5 Tommi White Reykjavik Rainbow 4:19
6 Ben Horn Stripped Down 4:27
7 Doc L Junior Barracuda 6:06
8 Olav Brekke Mathisen Take To The Sky 6:29
9 Stockholm Cyclo Electronic Ghetto Twist 5:37
10 Anneli Drecker Sexy Love (Röyksopp Romantiske Sløyd)
Remix – Röyksopp
6:06
11 Thomas Krome The Real Jazz (Erot Remix)
Remix – Erot
4:57
12 Malin Kinky People (Strangefruit Dazy Age Mix)
Remix – Strangefruit
12:03

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The full title of this release is 'Bjørn Torske & Zak Frost Present - Scando-Nøva - Future Sounds From The Scandinavian Underground'.

Jewel case packaged in a slipcase.

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bolle88

bolle88

May 7, 2005
edited over 10 years ago

Great cd that shows the best side of house and deep house, and the fact that all of the tracks are made by scandinavians makes me a little proud...=)

The set is built up by starting of smooth with some great jazzy breakbeat-tracks before the 4x4-beat starts off in Tommi Whites delicious "Reykjavik Rainbow"... The intensity in the set is getting higher and higher before it reaches the climax in Erot's amazing remix of Thomas Krome's "The Real Jazz"...But the mix doesn't stop there, because the mix's real highlight is the last track: Malin - Kinky People (Strangefruit remix)...That is one of the best tracks ever done in my opinion, a whole 12-minute journey in itself...What a finish !!

9/10 for this great cd, which I found for 40 swedish kronor (=6$ or 3£) a couple of months ago...=)
DocHawk

DocHawk

February 9, 2003

This is a forunate for my collection as Zak Frost & Bjorn Torske provide a brilliant smorgasboard of tracks for sampling. If at first you think you've unearthed a case of retro disco , have no fear , the bubblng mood only gets better with the brew.

If the funky organ Bjorn added to Ephemera's Happy, Grateful doesn't win you over then get ready for Kompis's ,aka Basecamp Wolfe, "First Base on the Moon". No one could feel unhappy or ungrateful while this one is blasting. I love the entire CD ! - Karen (DocHawk)

Torske is also a great friend and mentor of Royksopp.