Joakim ‎– Milky Ways

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1 Back To Wilderness 8:02
2 Ad Me 3:57
3 Fly Like An Apple 3:42
4 Spiders 6:15
5 Glossy Papers 4:18
6 Medusa 5:39
7 Love & Romance & A Special Person 5:12
8 King Kong Is Dead 4:39
9 Travel In Vain 6:04
10 Little Girl
Lyrics By [Based On A Poem By] – William Blake
3:54

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Recorded at Studio Labyrinthe in 2008.
Mixed at Studio Labyrinthe in 2009.
Mastered at Metropolis Mastering, London.

Published by Versatile Paris 2009 / ℗ & © Versatile Records 2009

Made in USA
730003723827

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VERCD022 Joakim Milky Ways(CD, Album) Versatile Records VERCD022 France 2009 Sell This Version
!K7238CD Joakim Milky Ways(CD, Album) Studio !K7 !K7238CD Europe 2009 Sell This Version
!K7238CD, none Joakim Milky Ways(CD, Album, Promo) Studio !K7, Versatile Records !K7238CD, none Germany 2009 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

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October 26, 2011

Joakim's third album, MILKY WAYS, goes even further into rock territory: "Back To Wilderness" has a tough drum beat and growling guitar that almost suggest black metal... until "Ad Me" takes him back to the disco. The atonal off-beat of "Fly Like An Apple" seems willfully jarring, even as it resolves in the chorus, while "Glossy Papers" has the trappings of a slow, pop song. The rawness of the synths on "Medusa" strums at indie-cred, even as its acid lines goes buck-wild. But "Love & Romance & A Special Person" gets back to the pure disco groove, even as the robotic voices try to come on to each other. "King Kong Is Dead" has some yawning steel pedal guitars in the mix, adding to the sense of spaciousness, and but it's "Spiders," probably the catchiest track on the album, that really revels in its space disco throb. It could almost be a Lindstrom track. Eclectic.