Bryan Zentz ‎– Seven Breaths

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Intec Records ‎– INTECLP01
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Tracklist

A1 Fear As A Second Language
A2 Down A Path
A3 Tigerstepperz
B1 Gatmetal
B2 Jumper
C1 D-Clash
C2 Troublesome Dub
D1 Nosferatu
D2 Redfield

Credits

Notes

"In loving memory of Jerome Zentz"
Mastered at The Exchange.
Pressed at MPO Averton.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INTECLP01 Bryan Zentz Seven Breaths(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Intec Records INTECLP01 UK 2003 Sell This Version
INTECCD02 Bryan Zentz Seven Breaths(CD, Album, Promo) Intec Records INTECCD02 UK 2003 Sell This Version
INTECCD02 Bryan Zentz Seven Breaths(CD, Album) Intec Records INTECCD02 UK 2003 Sell This Version

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Cormac_K

Cormac_K

September 7, 2003
Seven Breaths is an interesting album to say the least....
definitely deserves some criticism though! couple o good funky tracks but they do get boring and there's nothing that really stands out part from d-clash, nosferatu & gatmetal. 2/5
pietervansloten

pietervansloten

April 15, 2003

I am pretty dissapointed with this one because d-clash is the only track that I like. I think that the other tracks are plain boring. This album has nothing new to offer, so my advice to you is to pick up the d-clash ep, and wait for 'by the code'(a track featured on the cd) to appear on 12", because those tracks are the only ones worthwhile...
jussumen

jussumen

March 28, 2003

Exactly - this is it - Bryan Zentz saves the Techno scene in 2003 ! A very satisfying album with a kick going thru all trax . although stylistic in a pretty broad manner , even some Reggea rhythms on B2 and Saxophon from CHAD HUGO of the NEPTUNES on it doesn't take away any of the great energy and flow that comes from listeng to this Techno master piece . D-CLASH previousely released on 12" gives a hint what to expect from Seven Breaths . all that and more gets delivered here . Go and buy it if you want to have a good time away from the daily BS .. PLAY IT LOUD and be proud that you own such a fantastic album . 5/5 without the slightest tiny bit of criticism from me..
D-AH

D-AH

March 25, 2003
This release is absolutely amazing. I've heard critics talk about Zentz being overplayed may be true elsewhere. Either way though, he continues to branch his style to the point where he can encompass all genres into a single track. I just picked this record up and cannot believe my ears!