Cinérex ‎– Cx

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1 Shine
Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Kevin RossVocals [Additional] – Ivan Tirtiaux
4:09
2 Feeling Fine 4:09
3 Ciao
Acoustic Guitar – Ivan TirtiauxPercussion – Kevin Ross
3:58
4 Heavenly
Vocals – Dieter Meeuwis, Evelyn Smits
4:29
5 Twist & Starts 3:12
6 Getcha 1:22
7 Buy This 4:15
8 Air
Vocals – Ivan Tirtiaux
4:12
9 Life Is Silly 2:01
10 Busted 3:56
11 First Comes Second Comes Last Comes First 3:03
12 Simple Song
Vocals [Additional] – Bunty*
3:43
13 Shoobeedoo 3:49
14 Terral
Written-By [Co-written] – Alissa Kueker
4:42
15.1 Lil' Laidback 3:06
15.2 Monkeyman 4:45
Video1 Twist & Starts
Other [Director Of Photography, Edited By] – David De VlamOther [Director] – Marc RoelsOther [Video Produced By] – Jollywood
Video2 Shine
Acoustic Guitar, Percussion – Kevin RossOther [Director Of Photography] – Gerd SchelfhoutOther [Director] – Stefan Van Den EedeOther [Edited By] – Marc Roels, Stefan Van Den EedeOther [Video Produced By] – JollywoodVocals [Additional] – Ivan Tirtiaux

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Marketed by N.E.W.S.
Made in the Netherlands by Doc Data BNL

Track 15.2 is part track of track 15. It starts at the 5:00 point.

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541416 500867 Cinérex Cx(CD, Album, Enh, Promo, Car) Life Enhancing Audio 541416 500867 Belgium 2002 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 7, 2004

Whoever said that trip-hop is dead hasn’t heard Cinerex’s newest <I>CX</I> yet. There’s still plenty of life left in the genre, and Cinerex is sustenance to keep it thriving. Of course, there’s nothing particularly astounding about the album –- the tracks are well-crafted and move smoothly. But it’s a worthy addition to your trip-hop collection. “Heavenly” is just that; “Ciao” makes you want to say hello all over again. The stop-start instruments of “First Comes Second Comes Last Comes First” make it rhythmically fascinating, but “Simple Song,” however, is not as interesting. A mixed bag, to be sure, but of good quality overall.