Emancipator ‎– Soon It Will Be Cold Enough

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First self-released in 2006 on CDr and later re-issued in Japan with a different track order and omitting two tracks ("Maps" and "Father King"). Digitally re-released in 2009 on Bandcamp.

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nathan.j.gelfant

nathan.j.gelfant

August 1, 2017
referencing Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, 2xLP, Album, RE, none

is the matrix/runout for side A = 110342E1/A? or do i have the 2016 press?
jesunik

jesunik

November 11, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, CDr, Album, none
Douglas Appling is an American downtempo/trip hop artist. Soon it will be cold enough is his first album of style just said a moment ago. Having said this, the album uses a more number of styles which include modern classical and jazz.

The melodies are refreshing and amorous in the form of well used guitars, piano and violins, and are placed under the garb of trip hop beats. Sometimes, they are so hidden that it forces the listener to give a proper hearing.

Vocals pay off really well, adding life to the album. Eve is a pure trip hop beat track. The track along with the beat and vocals get amplified by bass sound at the end. The result is that the listener gets struck in awe.

Production from this album and his second album ”Safe in the steep hills” was later used by rapper Sadistik on his debut album Balancing Act. Definitely - an album to check out.

What was out initially as a self-released album, it has now become one of all-time favorite albums for many of the electronic listeners. Recommended album for the lovers of that mellow sound.
plasticlove

plasticlove

November 4, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, 2xLP, Album, RE, none

One of my favorite albums , Doug is a legend!
amanu2408

amanu2408

May 4, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Soon It Will Be Cold Enough, 2xLP, Album, RE, none

Beside 'Father King' and 'Shook' the second best track from the original album - 'Maps' - is missing. And that downgrades this whole release substantialy - unfortunately.