Kaskade ‎– In The Moment

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OM157 Kaskade In The Moment(CD, Album) OM Records OM157 US 2004 Sell This Version
EQOM001CD Kaskade In The Moment(2xCD) EQ Recordings EQOM001CD Australia 2004 Sell This Version
OM 157 VLP Kaskade In The Moment(2xLP) OM Records OM 157 VLP US 2004 Sell This Version
none Kaskade In The Moment(CDr, Album, Promo) OM Records none US 2004 Sell This Version
none Kaskade In The Moment (Instrumental Versions)(CDr, Promo) Om Records none US Unknown Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 14, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing In The Moment, CD, Album, OM157

Kaskade’s second album, IN THE MOMENT, comes quickly on the heels of his first, IT’S YOU, IT’S ME. At times, however, it comes off as an album of B-sides that didn’t quite make it. Overall, it lacks the over-arching vision that made IT’S YOU, IT’S ME hold together. “Steppin’ Out” starts off with some guitar and slightly angst-ridden vocals that hint at crossover appeal, while “Maybe” and “Honesty” are both somewhat unremarkable downtempo, despite judicious use of strings in both tracks. On the bright side, however, “I Like the Way” and “Sweet Love” harken back to their earlier album’s club-friendliness, while “Strum,” with its broken beat, is a more credible downtempo contender. “One You,” “Soundtrack to the Soul,” and “Yeah Right” try for sexy, but end up sounding pale. His collaboration with Andy Caldwell, “Everything,” and “Move” infuse some tech-soul into the proceedings. “Let You Go,” a dreamy, deep house track, ends the album on a high and melodic note -- which only makes you wonder why the other tracks couldn’t reach the same heights.