De Phazz* ‎– Natural Fake

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
986 917-5 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album, Dig) Universal Music, Boutique 986 917-5 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
9870217 De-Phazz Natural Fake(CD, Album) Boutique, Universal Music, Ukrainian Records 9870217 Ukraine 2005 Sell This Version
9870217 De-Phazz Natural Fake(CD, Album) Universal Classics & Jazz 9870217 Canada 2005 Sell This Version
9870217 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album) Universal Classics & Jazz 9870217 Australia 2005 Sell This Version
2600528 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album) Boutique, Universal Music 2600528 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
9870217 De-Phazz Natural Fake(CD, Album) Boutique, Universal Music 9870217 Europe 2005 Sell This Version
none De-Phazz Natural Fake(CD, Album, Promo, Boo) Boutique, Universal Music none Europe 2005 Sell This Version
none De-Phazz Natural Fake(CD, Album, Promo, Pre) Boutique none Europe 2005 Sell This Version
01404-80710 14 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Music (3) 01404-80710 14 Russia 2005 Sell This Version
602498702444 De-Phazz Natural Fake(Cass, Album) Boutique, Universal Music 602498702444 Ukraine 2005 Sell This Version
602498289327, PJC-109 De-Phazz Natural Fake(Cass, Album) Boutique, Universal Music 602498289327, PJC-109 Indonesia 2005 Sell This Version
9869175 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Music (3) 9869175 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
2600528 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Music (3) 2600528 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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scoundrel

September 9, 2011
referencing Natural Fake, CD, Album, Dig, 986 917-5

NATURAL FAKE kicks off with "Un Ange Passe" which slinks back to De-Phazz's easy-listening jazz roots, but the album quickly slips into a pleasant mediocrity after that. Oh, there are bright spots, like the perky "Astrud Astronette" (even though the lyrics are rather silly) or "Depression Royale," which harkens back to the glory of GODSDOG. Even the usually-excellent Barbara Lahr has her vocals flattened on "Eternity Is..." (though she also redeems "Multicoloured Destiny"). There are small moment of surprise too, like the French lyrics and banjo plucking on "Excursion En Mer," but overall, pleasingly forgettable.