Karma ‎– Thrillseekers

Spectrum Works ‎– SPEWO 4
CD, Album

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1 Overture 0:45
2 Let's Go Thrillseeking 6:45
3 Del Mar 8:57
4 Romance 0:29
5 Got My Mojo Working 11:43
6 Drunken Hero 0:28
7 24 Hours Of Le Mans 7:41
8 Comeback 0:24
9 The Ballad Of Evil Knievel 6:21
10 Five Fourth Of A Whole 4:29
11 Fittipaldi 8:39
12 Danny's Break
Turntables [Cuts, Featuring] – Danny Breaks
13 Bateria E Baixa
Programmed By [Additional] – DJ Kabuki*
14 Stupid Accident 3:43

Companies, etc.



Total Racing Time 71:50
℗ Mojo Music © Spectrum Works 1999
Presented by Carhartt
Press & distribution by Groove Attack Wholesale & Distribution

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 018939 102074
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L600
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3A02
  • Matrix / Runout: SNA SPEWO 04 CD 08179905 SNA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NBIP-5002, TGZS-6 Karma Thrillseekers(CD, Album, Enh, Car) Nebula (4), Nebula (4) NBIP-5002, TGZS-6 Japan 1999 Sell This Version
SPEWO 04 Karma Thrillseekers(2xLP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Spectrum Works SPEWO 04 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
SPEWO 04 Karma Thrillseekers(2xLP) Spectrum Works SPEWO 04 Germany 1999 Sell This Version


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April 1, 2010
edited over 6 years ago


August 1, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

THRILLSEEKING, Karma's second album, is quite the improvement over their first, PAD SOUNDS. For one, the production is much smoother. Secondly, their songwriting is much tighter and more focused. The laidback grooves are still present, from "Let's Go Thrillseeking" (with its revving engine sounds) onwards. "Del Mar" has a strong rhythmic sensibility matched with jazzy undertones, while "Got My Mojo Working" takes the basic 12-bar blues and crafts it into a driving force. Wisely, the Karma boys keep the tracks developing throughout their length, in order to reduce the stagnation that hampered PAD SOUNDS. My favorite track, "The Ballad of Evil Knievel," mixes heavier sounds in with an easygoing rhythm and spacy synths. "Five Fourths of a Whole" goes for pure lounge atmosphere, while "Danny's Break" adds some scratches by the dextrous Danny Breaks. "Bateria E Baixa" increases the rhythmic content but keeps things grounded with a nice plucked bass. "Stupid Accident" ends things on a wandering note, a slow drive through a desert. A wonderful album, through and through.


February 20, 2004

How many recording artists out there with <i>Karma</i> as a name? I don't much about these guys, but I do own this album, and it wasn't easy to get. I got it two years after its release, because it wasn't until then that I had a chance to zero in on them. I only have this album, due to the epic <i>Got My Mojo Working</i> track I had heard online.

The recording keeps the racing theme from beginning to end, touching on various types of the sport. Somehow, the rhythm doesn't let you forget that. Well produced and every track holds it own for the theme. The tone and beat keeps a pace, not really laying down, except maybe <i>The Ballad Of Evil Knievel</i> and some short interludes. I only wish I knew more about them. The CD doesn't give much info.