Fünf D ‎– No Promises

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SPIRIT ZONE 112 Fünf D No Promises(CD, Album) Spirit Zone Recordings SPIRIT ZONE 112 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
Spirit Zone 112 Fünf D No Promises(2xLP, Album) Spirit Zone Recordings Spirit Zone 112 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
SZ112 Fünf D No Promises(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Spirit Zone Recordings SZ112 Germany 2002 Sell This Version

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doctorg

doctorg

October 26, 2017
referencing No Promises, 2xLP, Album, Spirit Zone 112
One of the best Michael Kohlbecker releases. Kohlbecker tended to make more technoish music than his partner in crime, Gabriel le Mar, from the infamous Goa-dub outfit Saafi Brothers. At times this technoid attitude is just too repetitive and empty for its own good, but this lp is a good example of Kohlbecker in slightly more melodic and interesting mode. It is not a patch on the Saafi Brothers' classic first two lps, but an enjoyable album nevertheless. There is something smooth and good timey about this album - it goes down a treat by the pool on a hot summer night. If you like Kohlbecker/le Mar/Saafi Brothers, then this album is probably up your alley. ~*~
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Salvador_IMG

February 3, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
referencing No Promises, CD, Album, SPIRIT ZONE 112

When i first purchased this album it really didn't made me feel anything, i listened more times and it began to get sense, but now this has become one of the best progressive albums in history of electronic i've ever heard, in this album you find the typical touch of Michael Kohlbecker but in a more deep way, tracks like : It's Five D-B, Am Hang, and Fruehlingsausloeser are the standouts, each track contains an impressive collection of the most delicate and dark emotions you could find in an good progressive album and this is one of the best, very recommended.