California Sunshine ‎– Imperia

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Phonokol ‎– 2075-2, Unnatural Recordings ‎– none
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Tracklist

1 Green Sky 7:15
2 Break The Rules 7:26
3 Alala (Lesson II) 9:13
4 The Only One 9:40
5 The Legend 9:13
6 Shintu Shanti 8:48
7 Randomly 7:18
8 Imperia 7:18
9 Avalanche 7:51

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Credits

Notes

Enginereed at the Unnatural Labs, 1997.
Mastered at Master Disk.
Total time: 74:06

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7296134207528

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2075-2 California Sunshine Imperia(9xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Phonokol 2075-2 Israel 2011

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Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

March 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Some music comes down to taste and then it's not easy to review. I have two words to describe this album: BO RING! Even appreciating the year of release, I have no idea where this music wants me to go. It won't send me dancing or my mind spinning. So, what ...?

And then there is the annoying stuff. Like Avalanche which is some sort of melodic techno/club trance that sounds like early Gigi D'Agostino on acid. Or Imperia from 4:07 and onwards where the most annoying "hey ya no" sample kicks in. But most obscene of all is Shintu Shanti than contains some hideous native indian chants AND the Johnny Weismüller Tarzan roar at 5:41. And it's repeated! What is this? Hitz for kids?

In all fairness, there are okay moments, the music is generally not annoying, and if you really give in you may get a kick here & there. The best track Randomly, for instance, rolls along okay. But in general, one sure has to appreciate anything but silence to get on this wagon!