Deepfried Toguma ‎– The Hi-Fi Companion

Label:
Pagoda Recordings ‎– PAGCD004, Plasma Records (3) ‎– PLASMCD03
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Aquarius 7:06
2 Carparts 5:44
3 Merci Simca 3:07
4 Ostrich Feathers (Edit) 4:24
5 Suiso 4:49
6 Mellow Pitbull 12:26
7 Tortoise 6:25
8 Slalom 3:43
9 Pole-Star 4:43

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Credits

Notes

Recorded, mixed and produced at Toksvig Tone Studio, Copenhagen. Track 2 contains a sample from "Just Say No To Drug Hysteria" by William S. Burroughs, used by kind permission from Warner/Chappell Music Scandinavia AB. Thanks to: Dansk Artist Forbund, Duke (always on top!), James Grauerholz & The William S. Burroughs Trust, John Done, Leander, Morten SL, Rosa, The Oeil-Sud Massive, Xenon. p 1999 Plasma & Pagoda c 1999 Plasma & Pagoda. Published by Plasma & Pagoda Songs.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 031209 000428
  • Barcode (String): 5031209000428
  • Matrix / Runout: LEMONMEDI A514 2FS1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB03
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded): IL 13

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nanobot

nanobot

February 18, 2004

The flamenco singer "El Dub" is not morroccan though, but has the real name Gustav C. R. Henningsen and is about as danish as it gets. Apart from this, I agree with the above and can't recommend this release enough. Some of the tracks where later used as soundtrack for the dark mooded television series "De Udvalgte" (The Chosen Ones).
distantHum

distantHum

November 8, 2003

Excellent cd from an unknown band - Deepfried Toguma are the trio of Danish producers Frithjof Toksvig and Martin Lind, along with Morrocan vocalist El Dub.
Their very rare debut cd "Subtic" was good, but a bit too heavy on the vocals, in my opinion.
"Hi-Fi Companion" does not suffer from that problem - the vocals are much more powerful because they are used sparingly...
DF combine electronics with those vocals plus occasional light electric guitar (somewhere between Vini Reilly and Daniel Lanois), to create a unique and somewhat undefineable sound.
The first track "Aquarius" is beautiful beyond words, and an amazing example of that perfect balance of vocals and instrumentation - one of my favorite chill tracks ever, and alone makes this cd worth buying.