Alden Tyrell ‎– Times Like These (1999-2006)

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La Voix 5:36
Odessa Theme 6:55
Love Explosion 05 5:23
Knockers 5:29
Mindless 5:44
Voyagers End 5:15
Rendez Vous At Rimini 5:26
Disco Lunar Module 5:06
Hills Of Honolulu 4:48

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
C#46 Alden Tyrell Times Like These (1999-2006)(2x12", Album) Clone C#46 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
C#46 Alden Tyrell Times Like These (1999-2006)(2x12", Album, Whi) Clone C#46 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
C#CD7 Alden Tyrell Times Like These (1999-2006)(CD, Album) Clone C#CD7 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version

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vinyl.only

vinyl.only

December 12, 2015
referencing Times Like These (1999-2006), 2x12", Album, C#46
It's never too late to put "Odessa Theme" on 12". LP version of "Hills of Honolulu" with the vocoders is also very delightful.
ceach

ceach

March 5, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Times Like These (1999-2006), CD, Album, C#CD7
One of those rare electro artists that accomplish a very, very demanding task 'maxima cum laude' : creating a consistent, pleasing, interesting full album from A to Z. From opener 'Disco Lunar Module' to the utterly short yet shamelessly swinging closer 'Exit', this features some of the best and amusing electro out there, sometimes misleadingly simple, but always catching your ears within five seconds. Excellent stuff like Phaze Me, La Voix, Rendezvous At Rimini, Hills Of Honolulu, Knockers, Love Explosion 05 and yep, more (damn I just mentioned almost the entire album) never bores and knocks out competition easily. Can be placed amongst the crème de la crème of 2006.
addycorp

addycorp

September 6, 2006
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Times Like These (1999-2006), CD, Album, C#CD7
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EPOCHALYPSE

EPOCHALYPSE

June 23, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Times Like These (1999-2006), 2x12", Album, C#46

While picking this up does not excuse you from searching down Alden's classic 12" singles, it is undoubtedly a necessity, mostly bearing on the inclusion of a new track, Voyagers End. Voyagers End is one of Alden Tyrell's best tracks to date, with a phenomenal synth line that trails off in a magnificent, subdued fashion to create an auditory hallucination effect that is simply breathtaking. Sick, sick work.