Bangkok Impact ‎– Traveller

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1 Traveller 6:04
2 Aus Birgittes Tagebuch 6:10
3 Don't Be A Badboy
Vocals [Additional] – Ilkka Virtanen
6:49
4 Crowdpleaser 5:45
5 Masters Of The Universe (Part 1) 4:40
6 Leap To The Unknown 3:39
7 Give It To Me Baby
Vocals [Additional], Guitar [Additional] – Ilkka Virtanen
4:07
8 Logarhytmic 4:11
9 Passenger 5:46
10 Rymdfunk 5:39
11 Traveller (Part 2) 6:28
12 Black Zoo 5:53
13 Slot Cars 6:11

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Tracks 12 & 13 taken from Creme 12-08 12" "Masters Of The Universe"

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  • Barcode: 8715108044369

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Crème LP-01 Bangkok Impact Traveller(2xLP) Crème Organization Crème LP-01 Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
Crème LP-01 Bangkok Impact Traveller(2x12", Album, Ltd, Promo, W/Lbl) Crème Organization Crème LP-01 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
Crème LP-01 Bangkok Impact Traveller(2xLP, Ltd, RP) Crème Organization Crème LP-01 Netherlands 2005 Sell This Version

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JabbaJus

JabbaJus

February 13, 2004

An excellent release with some fine machine funk beauties on it. I wasn't sure when I first bought it, but the whole album has really grown on me and it doesn't have one bad track on it. Logarhytmic, Masters of the Universe and my personal favourite Black Zoo, with its distorted wailing vocal, are all club monsters and should all be played at high volume. As the previous comment suggests, this is how electronic music should sound like. A great album.
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jussumen

December 16, 2003

Excellent ! Bangkok Impact come fresh , exciting and with a modern touch i really dig . "Aus Brigitte's Tagebuch" (from Brigite's diary) has the potential for a radio or charts-hit . Is it Elektro-Klash ? Yes , but this time it's in no way a bad thing . This CD is fun playing and once inside it tends to stay in my player ( for a week , but got exchanged with Robert Hood's new PFG CD "Wire To Wire" ). Exactly how electronic music should sound like NOW :
Brilliant + clear , rocking and at the same time very relaxing , without getting boring for a second . There's a little break after track 10 , cause the 'Traveller' album stops there (also available as 2&12"); the following two bonus Trax were taken from an earlier released 12" and are a bit harder and rougher .