Audiomontage ‎– Snert

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Freerange Records ‎– FRCD3
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1 Abyss 6:22
2 Look To The Light 6:03
3 Solaire 6:57
4 Flyin' High 6:40
5 What You Gonna Do? 6:46
6 Barracuda 7:11
7 Snert 5:54
8 Return To Utopiam
Co-producer – Simbad
6:10
9 Horny 1:11
10 Sound Of Speed 5:37
11 The Magic Duvet 5:10
12 Rezolution 6:50

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCD-23076 Audiomontage Snert(CD) P-Vine Records PCD-23076 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
FRLP3 Audiomontage Snert(2xLP, Album) Freerange Records FRLP3 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 20, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

SNERT, the debut album by Audiomontage (better known as Jimpster), moves away from the fusion-electronic-jazz and into more club-friendly realms. "Abuse," the opening track, is downtempo all the way, with its shuffling, head-nodding rhythm. "Solaire" is funky jazz, while "Flyin' High" is as uplifting as a 747. "Barracuda" starts by annoucing that it will introduce us to Latin rhythms, and by gosh, it does, with some nice vocal bits thrown in there for good measure. Although all the tracks are polished, a few of them don't have that extra soemthing that makes them stand out. "Sound of Speed" doesn't suffer from this, however; it's horns and breaks keep things moving to the end. "Rezolution" closes out the album on a dark, tribal-flavored journey. Pretty good altogether.