Heights Of Abraham ‎– Electric Hush

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Tracklist

1 The Cleric 6:43
2 Boogie Heights 6:44
3 High Time 10:31
4 Dolphins 3:51
5 What's The Number 6:50
6 Olive Branching 9:32
7 E.V.A. 10:30
8 700 Channels 7:07
9 Sunyatta 6:51
10 Make Love 8:39

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Notes

Recorded at Poisson Ville.
Originally out on Pork Records (PORK 028). Later Electric Hush got re-issued on ZTT.

Label name is misprinted on spine: zang zuum tumb (correct: zang tuum tumb)

(P) 1995 ZTT Records Ltd
(C) 1998 ZTT Records Ltd

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Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PORK 028 Heights Of Abraham Electric Hush(CD, Album) Pork Recordings PORK 028 UK 1995 Sell This Version
PROP HUSH, 0630-18748-2 Heights Of Abraham Electric Hush(CD, Album, RE, Promo) ZTT, WEA PROP HUSH, 0630-18748-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

June 4, 2004

The Heights of Abraham’s second album, <I>Electric Hush</I>, isn’t quite as catchy or poppy as their first, <I>Humidity</I>, but it’s a strong album in its own right. Instead of pop songs, they create longer, more ambient tracks. “High Time,” for example, is an extended track at drifts along at its own leisure, like smoke on the wind. There’s also, on the whole, much less singing by Jake Harries and more use of his voice as texture instead. “What’s the Number” drifts off into the atmosphere and “Olive Branching” gets back to earth with a house beat. “E.V.A.” is about as blissful as you can get, and “Make Love” casts an ambient glow before it chugs into business. Even if <I>Electric Hush</I> is not as immediately engaging as <I>Humidity</I>, it’s worthwhile in its own regard.
Harry_X

Harry_X

June 12, 2002

Nice triphop-CD for summertime. Heights Of Abraham are Ex-members of Chakk and here they make groovy, long, relaxed tracks. Sophisticated.