De Phazz* ‎– Natural Fake

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Universal Music ‎– 986 917-5, Boutique ‎– 986 917-5
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1 Un Ange Passe 3:42
2 Waste Of Words
Vocals – Angie Jones
4:15
3 Astrud Astronette 3:25
4 Stumble 3:44
5 Depression Royale 2:44
6 Eternity Is...
Vocals, Guitar – Barbara Lahr
3:21
7 Rise & Shine 4:56
8 Excursion En Mer
Drums [Add.] – Tony Renold
4:29
9 Love Is Natural 3:57
10 Car Eats Town
Drums [Add.] – Ralf Gustke
4:32
11 Keep It Simple
Crumhorn – Biber Gullatz
4:23
12 Who The Pop Cares 1:52
13 Backstreets Of My Mind
Drums [Add.] – Tony Renold
3:48
14 Multicoloured Destiny
Guitar [Add.] – H. P. Gübert*Vocals, Guitar – Barbara Lahr
3:49
15 Make Heaven My Home 3:42
16 Message TTC
Vocals – Angie Jones
3:36
17 Close To Jazz
Flute – Mat Dörsam
2:21
18 Garbo Goodbye 3:48

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Mastered at Studio 17.

℗ 2005 Pit Baumgartner, under exclusive licence to Universal Classics & Jazz.
© 2005 Universal Classics & Jazz, a division of Universal Music GmbH Germany.

Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 602498 691755
  • Barcode (String): 0602498691755
  • Rights Society: BIEM-SABAM
  • Label Code: LC 10651

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9870217 De-Phazz Natural Fake(CD, Album) Boutique, Universal Music, Ukrainian Records 9870217 Ukraine 2005 Sell This Version
602498702444 De-Phazz Natural Fake(Cass, Album) Boutique, Universal Music 602498702444 Ukraine 2005 Sell This Version
9869175 De Phazz* Natural Fake(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Music (3) 9869175 Russia Unknown 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

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 9, 2011

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.