Bus ‎– Morebusinesslinkyouthere

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1 Bus Disco Suns 10:19
2 Bus Take A Walk With Me 9:18
3 Bus Outta Their Loco Vulcan Heads 9:04
4 Bus Plastico 9:11
5 Bus Bambi And Thumper 7:32
6 Bus Bus L'Ouverture
Conductor – Gus Till
6:07
7 Bus Return Of The Fist 8:09
8 Bus Attitude Jets 8:17
9 Slinky Wizard Depth Charger (Bus Remix)
Remix – BusWritten-By – George Barker
11:40

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All tracks written and produced by Gus Till at Benny's, Steady Ed's, The Great Wester Train Paddington to Exeter, UK, 30th Company, Ende's & Tanya's, One's, Japan & Gus and Cozi's in Bali for Hypostatic Productions except [9] written by Gus Till and George Barker

[6] Note: Gus Till Conducts The Concrete Unlimited Orchestra

Running Time: (79:37)

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  • Barcode: 9399613007690

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February 9, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Long have we waited for Gus Till's solo album "My Body Is My Nightclub"... it never came.
And now I found this one "Morebusinesslinkyouthere" (on Discogs) and it holds any promise of the former (Gus Till in the release notes: "It may be noticed that this album is somewhat belated [...]").

At this moment I am listening to the first track of this release for the first time and I'm just bewitched by the sheer beauty of this soundscape and can't resist to get up on my feet and dance...
It's, as I can only describe it, "Modern OldSchool Goa Trance de luxe", the sounds got the deepness and authenticity of the early years in a super high resolution of today's standard.
Remembering me maybe of the first two albums of Etnica or the first dozen of releases from labels like Flying Rhino, Matsuri, Dragonfly, TIP Records, SpiritZone, these sounds produce dreams and take you on a journey, evoke images of plunging into wide horizons, of the beauty of nature, ... :)
While the first song is perfect, track 3 is more directed to techno, an amelodic powerful 3D-stomper, track 4 currently tickling my mem-brains is a psychedelic Sunday- go-to-church-Green-Nuns-Tsuyoshiplaysitinthelatemorningatalovelyoutdoorparty-track, and the first two minutes of track 5 promise locker-flockig-funkyguitarbits-grooves galore.
The rest you have to discover for yourself, and surely there's a plenty to go for in this colourful explosive of high-end production techniques and multidimensional Techtrancegoaprogressivehouse. Enjoy!