Armand Van Helden ‎– Extra Dimensional

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Spinnin' Records ‎– SP1236
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13 × File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps
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1 Eluv8
Featuring – Big Brooklyn Red
8:58
2 Know Thyself 6:52
3 The Bronx UFO 7:10
4 Oz Moses 7:30
5 Spidey Sensei
Featuring – ML From Spalding Rockwell*
6:04
6 Eye Of The Mountain 5:54
7 Statue Of Liberty
Featuring – Xaxo
6:54
8 Gno 5:37
9 Sacred Geometry
Featuring – Ant LaRock, Zhao (3)
7:03
10 Matter Doesn’t Matter
Featuring – Zhao (3)
6:20
11 Sky
Featuring – Kimyon*, Peter Winstead Jr.
5:22
12 Wings 6:40
13 Oz Moses (Alternative Version) 7:25

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Armand Van Helden Extra Dimensional(12xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Spinnin' Records none US 2016

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brado50

brado50

March 27, 2017
The term 'blatant ripoff' really fits the bill here with the track Oz Moses. It is a poor attempt at re-making Bobby Konders' acid classic Nervous Acid. Jarring hi-hats that sound way too loud in place of that classic, bubbling acid riff. Not sure if credit was given anywhere to Bobby Konders on the album, but it definitely deserves to be. Although I'm not even sure he would want his name associated with this Oz Moses song.

https://www.discogs.com/Bobby-Konders-Nervous-Acid-Future/master/211893
aayushvarma18

aayushvarma18

December 19, 2016
I was expecting the worst, coming from a shit label like Spinnin' Records, yet I decided to buy the album. Armand has released a lot of music over the last two decades, and from all those albums, there are but a few which are memorable. But the few out of a large output of music makes for a memorable career. Extra Dimensional is like that too. There are a few tracks which stand out, while some are forgettable. I'd recommend Sacred Geometry as the top track of this album, for the nostalgia feeling you get while listening to it. I must say, however bad I thought it'd be, it was a pretty decent album!