C.J. Bolland* ‎– Electronic Highway

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Sony Records ‎– SRCS 7957
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1 The Tower Of Naphtali 7:17
2 Con Spirito 7:43
3 Nec Plus Ultra 11:14
4 Zenith 7:04
5 Bones
Co-producer – David Morley
6:47
6 Catharsis 6:03
7 Spoof (Remix)
Co-producer – Cisco Ferreira
7:05
8 Neural Paradox 9:22
9 Drum Tower
Co-producer – Cisco Ferreira
5:15
10 Horsepower (Live) 5:48

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Licensed from R&S.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RS 95011 CD C.J. Bolland* Electronic Highway(CD, Album) R & S Records RS 95011 CD Belgium 1995 Sell This Version
RTD119.3107.2, RS 95011 CD C.J. Bolland* Electronic Highway(CD, Album) Rough Trade, R & S Records RTD119.3107.2, RS 95011 CD Germany 1995 Sell This Version
RS 95011 C.J. Bolland* Electronic Highway(2xLP, Album) R & S Records RS 95011 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
none C. J. Bolland* Electronic Highway(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (CJ Bolland) none Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version

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EDJ303

EDJ303

September 23, 2003
On Electronic Highway, CJ Bolland distances himself from the stark acid-techno and trance of his early career with a set of emotive, symphonic tracks. Though Bolland's rhythms are just as driving, and his use of percussion just as heavy as before, most of the squelchy acid effects have been replaced. On "The Tower of Naphtali" he uses toybox melodies to soften the blow, while a few faraway vintage synth lines spice "Con Spirito" and the highlight "Zenith." With help on engineering from David Morley, Bolland also added breakbeats, and the result is the solid early ambient drum'n'bass piece, "Bones." Cisco Ferreira also helps out on two tracks, a remix of "Spoof" and "Drum Tower."