Lemongrass ‎– Voyage Au Centre De La Terre

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Mole Listening Pearls ‎– MOLE CD 026-2, Mole Listening Pearls ‎– mole026-2
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1 Falling Star 3:28
2 Nightingales 4:13
3 I Love You 4:12
4 Marchant 4:41
5 Blue Marble
Lyrics By [Text By] – Tania NamiebohVocals – Tania Namieboh
3:55
6 Voyage À La Lune 3:43
7 La Mer 3:56
8 Space Migration 4:25
9 La Plus Jolie
Lyrics By [Text By] – Roland Voss, Tania NamiebohVocals – Tania Namieboh
5:10
10 Janta Fiction
Vocals – Laila LechleitnerWritten-By, Composed By – Laila Lechleitner
6:12
11 Je Sais 5:14
12 Form Of Life 5:07
13 Rising Star 4:45

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Made in Germany 2000

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 017866 921529
  • Label Code: lc6082
  • Matrix / Runout: UCMG MOLE026-2 A032214-01

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
odcd 015 Lemongrass Voyage Au Centre De La Terre(CD, Album) Одиссей odcd 015 Ukraine 2002 Sell This Version
TME MCL073 Lemongrass Voyage Au Centre De La Terre(Cass, Album) TME TME MCL073 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
TME LCD073 Lemongrass Voyage Au Centre De La Terre(CD, Album) TME TME LCD073 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
MOLE 026-3 Lemongrass Voyage Au Centre De La Terre(2xLP, Album, Promo) Mole Listening Pearls MOLE 026-3 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
MOLE026-3 Lemongrass Voyage Au Centre De La Terre(2xLP, Album) Mole Listening Pearls MOLE026-3 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

March 19, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

VOYAGE AU CENTRE DE LA TERRE is really a transitional album for Lemongrass. With this album, he shifts from his early drum 'n' bass oriented work to his later jazzy downtempo side. "Falling Star" immediately heralds this new direction, with its mellow vibe and delicate piano melody, and the smoothness just flows from there onward. "Marchant" gives some uptempo drum 'n' bass breaks, losing none of the jazz flavor, while the breaks on "Blue Marble," punctuated by a mysterious vocal, venture to a moodier place. But the space jazz of "Voyage a la Lune" balances the beats and the atmosphere into a dreamy concoction. Similarly, the punchy vocals and ethnic touchs give "Janta Fiction" a nice pop. Some of the album seems to evaporate into the background, but there's still a good bit of energy here to keep listeners interested.