Gavin Froome ‎– Mobile Villager

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Nordic Trax ‎– NT010CD
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1 Five & A Half 6:26
2 8th Hour 6:32
3 Malibu 6:00
4 Fly Me To Brasil (Album Edit) 5:03
5 Closer To Leaving
Guitar – Artie Devlin
4:48
6 Knee Deep 7:01
7 Ice Breaker 5:10
8 It Is Time 5:40
9 Mobile Villager 5:53
10 Blue Collar 6:27
11 Architect 6:23
12 Disco Specialty 7:10

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 75020 08682 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 775020086821
  • Matrix / Runout: MUSIC MANUFACTURING SERVICES DISQUE AMERIC 1NET2<0067>NT010CD
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L482
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI8121

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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 14, 2004

Gavin Froome’s debut, <I>Mobile Villager</I>, has the deep tech-house sound that makes you smile. And it should: his production is smooth, and the grooves are plenty. “Five & a Half” is sure to get you in a happy mood and keep you there; “Malibu” is a trip to California without the cost of a plane ticket, while “Closer to Leaving” takes the BPMs down a couple notches. “It Is Time” has it all: the sweet melody and the hard-hitting beats. My favorite track, however, is “Blue Collar,” which goes from a deep house track with a minor key piano line into a stomping nu-disco track. It’s quality, and so is this album.