Karma ‎– Pad Sounds

Groove Attack Productions ‎– GAP 031-CD
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1 Pad 1 0:47
2 My Resting Place 7:36
3 Relax Yourself 3:04
4 Ghia 6:42
5 Enter The Dragon Pt.1 2:35
6 Enter The Dragon Pt.2 5:07
7 Look Up Dere 6:47
8 Pad 2 0:49
9 Static Travelling 8:55
10 High Priestess ('97 Live Rmx)
Composed By [Uncredited] – Robert Nacken
11 Dakini 8:40

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Written, arranged, produced & recorded for KARMA at Spaceship Studios, Cologne.

℗ 1997 Mojo Music
© 1997 Groove Attack

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4013079000327
  • Label Code: LC 7005
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: GAP 031 CD
  • Other: 08119717

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GAP 031-DLP Karma Pad Sounds(2xLP) Groove Attack Productions GAP 031-DLP Germany 1997 Sell This Version
GAP 031-DLP Karma Pad Sounds(2xLP, Promo, W/Lbl) Groove Attack Productions GAP 031-DLP Germany 1997 Sell This Version


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August 1, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Mellow downtempo from Karma, a pair of German loungesters. They mean to get you calm, and with their debut album, PAD SOUNDS, they succeed. "My Resting Place," for example, has a wiggyl bass and some streaking strings designed to get you all warm and comfortable. "Relax Yourself" is pretty much self-explanatory, using the same sample that Kid Loco utilizes in his filthy "Cum'on." Some of the tracks, while interesting, aren't quite fully developed: "Enter the Dragon" and "Ghia" are two examples. There's also an over-reliance on samples: as smooth as "Look Up Dere" is, it's mostly patched together from other tracks. This doesn't, however, detract from the overall listening enjoyment of this album. "Static Travelling" is a blissful journey (although perhaps a bit too long); the 10+ minutes of "High Priestess," however, rarely loses steam. The final track, "Dakini," is dark space trip. A strong overall effort.


June 9, 2002
This is a nice German DnB/TripHop-production. sometimes calm, sometimes hectic, but they always get their groove in a intellectual way. Good CD, recommended for everyone who's interested in such things.