Kaskade ‎– It's You, It's Me

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OM120VLP Kaskade It's You, It's Me(3x12", Album) OM Records OM120VLP US 2003 Sell This Version
OM120 Kaskade It's You, It's Me(CD, Album, RP) OM Records OM120 US Unknown Sell This Version

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troublemusic

troublemusic

September 10, 2013
referencing It's You, It's Me, 3x12", Album, OM120VLP

such a wonderfully deep and soulful record!
A.J.

A.J.

December 14, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing It's You, It's Me, CD, Album, RP, OM120

Deep, sexy San Francisco house music - this CD is perfect for relaxing in the sun by the pool or driving on a hot summer's day.

Highlights from this album include the sublime, groovy sounds of "What I Say (Soft Shuffle Mix)", the seminal sing-a-long "It's You It's Me" and my personal favourite, the wicked breakbeat/future jazz of "This Rhythm".

Not to be missed!

If there is one thing I would criticise about this album, it would be that there are a few too many vocal tracks. The instrumentals that Ryan Raddon produces are simply fantastic, and I feel that sometimes the tracks would be better if he just left the vocals out.
scoundrel

scoundrel

September 14, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing It's You, It's Me, CD, Album, RP, OM120

Sweet and deep, that's the best way to describe Kaskade's debut album, IT'S YOU, IT'S ME on San Francisco's powerhouse label Om. "Meditation to the Groove" sets the mood immediately, with a driving beat, sinewy vocals, and sensuous chords, while "I Feel Like" sounds like a kissing cousin of Dirty Vegas' hit "Days Go By." "What I Say" and "Get Busy" introduce smooth grooves that are sure to help you get into the pants of your honey, while "This Rhythm" goes for some broken beats and diva vocals. The title track adds a bit of guitar flavor for variety, and it's worth it (though the riffs can get annoying at times). "Charlie's Plight" goes downtempo with a tinge of sadness. "Close" brings the album to an end with sweetness and light. Despite some flaws, most notably lack of variation within the tracks themselves, Kaskade has made one of those rare house albums that sounds good outside of a club as well.