Buscemi ‎– Mocha Supremo

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Downsall Plastics ‎– DSL 008
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1 Mocha Supremo (First Edit) 4:53
2 Big Bugs In Brazil 4:21
3 Yves Eaux 5:25
4 It Might As Well Be Quiet... 6:17
5 Noise's Leasing 7:11
6 Soap Girl Nina 4:18
7 Fingersnappin' After Dark 4:16
8 Désolé 4:38
9 What The Funk Is Happening? (Raw Bonus Mix) 6:16
10 Gloomy Business 4:44
11 Dolores Del Sorte 2:55

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Made in Austria

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 400711 000095
  • Matrix / Runout: [DADC Austria logo] A0100245836-0101 14 A0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94A8

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 2, 2004

<I>Mocha Supremo</I> is dark and sweet, just as the name implies. As Buscemi’s first album, it’s goes down well, warming the body and giving it a much needed boost of energy. “It Might as Well Be Quiet…” throws down some breaks and a pumping beat, but it never overwhelms the music or the tiny Astrud Gilberto sample; “Noise’s Leasing” follows the same pattern. Buscemi prioritizes the mood over the rhythm, and that helps elevate his music over the others. There’s also a strong infusion of jazz in the mix -- like on “Fingersnappin’ After Dark” -- but it’s just enough to get the point across. “Desole” is my favorite track –- sort of dark and mysterious, but groovy at the same time.