Lindstrøm ‎– Where You Go I Go Too

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Where You Go I Go Too 28:58
Grand Ideas 10:11
The Long Way Home 15:58

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STS153CD, STS153 Lindstrøm Where You Go I Go Too(CD, Album) Smalltown Supersound, Smalltown Supersound STS153CD, STS153 Norway 2008 Sell This Version
none Lindstrøm Where You Go I Go Too (Bonus Track Version)(File, AAC, Album, 256) Feedelity none Norway 2008
STS153 Lindstrom* Where You Go I Go Too(2x12", Album) Smalltown Supersound STS153 Norway 2008 Sell This Version
STS153CDX Lindstrøm Where You Go I Go Too(2xCD, Album, Spe) Smalltown Supersound STS153CDX Norway 2008 Sell This Version
PCD-93163 Lindstrøm Where You Go I Go Too(CD, Album) Smalltown Supersound, P-Vine Records PCD-93163 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
STS153CD Lindstrøm Where You Go I Go Too(CD, Album, Promo) Smalltown Supersound STS153CD Norway 2008 Sell This Version
none Lindstrøm Where You Go I Go Too(CDr, Album, Promo) Sony / ATV Music Publishing none Scandinavia 2008 Sell This Version

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hjhafner

hjhafner

May 9, 2009
referencing Where You Go I Go Too, 2x12", Album, STS153

After all this one has to be called crafts rather than arts. Granted even that the whole space disco/balearic/cosmic thing never was supposed to relieve us of, say, financial crisis this release is not just about musical it's about structural regression, pure and only sentiment. Sure it provides us with an all over smooth production, refined sound design and beautiful, yawn, arrangements. But what was promising when the whole sd/b/c/leftfield-thing restarted a while ago, stylistic diversity, kind of a productive whateverness, turned recently into a genre of serious reproduction: actually being deeply content with reproducing quite well known dead-ends from like 30 years ago.
Numanoid

Numanoid

October 20, 2008
referencing Where You Go I Go Too, CD, Album, STS153CD, STS153
"Where Georgio goes so does Lindstrøm". At the end of a decade artists either break off and start building on new ground (as punk did in the 70's, and acid house in the 80's) or turn out a more polished version of the sound du jour. This album falls in the latter category. It is nice enough, three solid tracks of slowly evolving italo grooves, but there is nothing here that stands out in a crowded genre. At the end of the album I felt like I had been listening to a product demo for Native Instruments FM8. Next time I think you should go somewhere no-one has been before Lindstrøm.