Chicane ‎– Somersault



Stoned In Love 5:02
U R Always 5:25
Come Tomorrow 4:48
Nothing 4:10
Arizona Pt 2 3:01
Spirit 4:39
Turning Corners 3:58
Far Away From You 3:49
Way I'm Feelin' 4:53
Time Of Your Life 2:33

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MODENACD1 Chicane Somersault(CD, Album) Modena Records MODENACD1 UK 2007 Sell This Version
MM-00001 Chicane Somersault(CD, Album) Majors Music, Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Modena Records, ABSOLUTE MM-00001 Ukraine 2007 Sell This Version
CDRPM 1993 Chicane Somersault(CD, Album) RPM Dance CDRPM 1993 South Africa 2007 Sell This Version
MODENACD1 Chicane Somersault(CD, Album, Unofficial) Modena Records (2) MODENACD1 Russia 2007 Sell This Version
MODENACD1P Chicane Somersault(CDr, Album, Promo) Modena Records MODENACD1P UK 2007 Sell This Version
none Chicane Somersault(CDr, Album, Promo) Universal none UK & Europe 2007 Sell This Version
MLCD-0801 Chicane Somersault(CD, Album, Enh) Megaliner Records MLCD-0801 Russia 2008 Sell This Version
ARDI3103 Chicane Somersault(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Armada Digital ARDI3103 Netherlands 2012
ARDI3103 Chicane Somersault(10xFile, WAV, Album) Armada Digital ARDI3103 Netherlands 2012

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February 20, 2014
referencing Somersault, CD, Album, MODENACD1

This has nothing to do with the previous albums, this is release is no way so good as the previous Albums, this is that kind of music you listen in the cinema room while waiting the movie begins.


February 4, 2013
referencing Somersault, CD, Album, MODENACD1
suprises me, listening to this that no one has pointed out the lifted breaks Nick used. First UNKLE's "Unreal" aka "Be There" is clearly used as the main break in "Come Tomorrow". And way easier to spot, this mix of "Spirit" just takes Timo Maas' "First Day" opening 8 bar beat and loops it throughout... How come no one caught this? Oh I know, cuz this album is shite.


May 9, 2012
referencing Somersault, CD, Album, MODENACD1
I had this disc once. The cover looked nice, but the content was rubbish. After his first 2 releases I thought this was going to be a kind of stunner, but it only appeared as a blooper. There was only a few songs I liked during a listen. Those were the songs "Nothing", "Far Away From You" and "Time Of Your Life" - which even was misspelled on the back of the album inlay that I owned.

I guess the good old times of "Far From The Maddening Crowds" and "Behind The Sun" are over. I always enjoyed both of them as the REAL summer albums. Kind-of island feeling in the sun. This wasn't even the sound I'd like to listen to when having a barbecue with friends. I'd feel too ashamed.

I guess the more music Nick does, the lazier, more uncreative and boring he gets. With his new releases I get headaches just because I heared the sound and rhythm samples - he uses - somewhere else before, so I got rid of them.

I will go on enjoying the old stuff. I want to feel like the person far away from the crowds, not the meatball turned on the grill.

Nevertheless, thank you Nick for enhancing the high times and prime times of music in the late 90s!


August 10, 2011
referencing Somersault, CDr, Album, Promo, none
Wanted the rare promo version of "far away from you" - which is actually listed here as "turning corners". Paid my money, downloaded it and guess what? I get the standard release version and not the promo version as above. Not happy.