Lulu Rouge ‎– Bless You

Music For Dreams ‎– zzzcd0042
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1 Melankoli
Bass – Abdullah SLyrics By [Words], Vocals – Alice Carreri PardeilhanPiano [Upright] – Claus Nielsen
2 Lulu's Theme
Written-By, Composed By, Producer – Torsten Jacobsen*, Anders Trentemøller*
3 Bless You
Lyrics By [Words], Vocals – Mikael Simpson
4 Ninna Ninna
Lyrics By [Words] – Trad.*Vocals – Alice Carreri PardeilhanWritten-By, Composed By, Producer – Anders Trentemøller*
5 Thinking Of You
Lyrics By [Words] – Lulu Rouge, TucoVocals – Tuco
6 Runaway Boy
Lyrics By [Words] – Alice Carreri Pardeilhan, Lulu RougeMelodica – Asger Baden
7 Sweeter Than Sweet
Lyrics By [Words] – Mikael SimpsonVocals – Alice Carreri Pardeilhan
8 Pitch Black
Keyboards [Additional] – Abdullah S
9 End Of The Century
Backing Vocals – Alice Carreri PardeilhanGuitar – Jonas StruckLyrics By [Words], Vocals – Scott Martingell aka MC Jabber*
10 Slow Pigeon
Written-By, Composed By, Producer – Torsten Jacobsen*

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P & C 2008 Music For Dreams
Published by Copyright Control
All rights reserved 2008

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  • Barcode: 5 709498 206387
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A829534-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L572
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9797

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
zzzuslp0001 Lulu Rouge Bless You(2xLP, Album, MP, Gat) Music For Dreams, Voices Music & Entertainment zzzuslp0001 Denmark 2008 Sell This Version
none Lulu Rouge Bless You(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Music For Dreams none UK & Europe 2008
zzzcd0042 Lulu Rouge Bless You(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Music For Dreams zzzcd0042 Denmark 2008 Sell This Version


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July 30, 2011
edited 2 months ago

an album of incredible quality control and deepness.
this is seriously one of the best electronic albums ever.
should find time and write a decent review


April 5, 2011

Danish dub... i freakin love it, and they are even better live so go buy this album if you are in to dark and evil dub live Trentemøller or Mike Sheridan..


April 10, 2009
When I posted the Headphone Commute's Best of 2008 list, I received a lot of emails that amounted to "You forgot Lulu Rouge!" What? Lulu who? Yes, I'm sure there was an album that I missed in 2008 (I missed hundreds of them). But with enough pokes in the same direction I was tempted to find out. And yes, I will admit: I did miss Lulu Rouge, because certainly this act belongs on my Best of 2008 list. I've been playing this album for months now, and have rated each track at five stars, so it's only fair that I finally give it some proper coverage. How can I describe the dubbed out techno beats that thump their way into my brain and beg to be repeated? How about this: if you loved Trentemøller's The Last Resort (Poker Flat / Rough Trade, 2006), you will certainly fall in love with Lulu Rouge... Especially since Anders Trentemøller co-produced a few tracks on Bless You. Lulu Rouge is actually two friends: Thomas Bertelsen (Tom Von Rosen) and Torsten Bo Jacobsen (aka Buda), who have been part of the Scandinavian electronic music scene for some time now. Bertelsen, for example, has been Trentemøller's partner since the beginning stages of The Last Resort. So there's that important synergetic connection. If that doesn't pique your interest, here are some pretty adjectives for you. On Bless You, the Denmark-based duo blend a refreshing concoction of Basic Channel sound with playful rumbling bass sweeps, pulsating IDM elements, delayed dub chords, catchy organic instrumentations, and DSP heavy vocals with contributors like Mikael Simpson, Alice Carreri Pardeilhan, Tuco, and Scott Martingell aka MC Jabber. The stylistic classification ends up falling somewhere between deep minimal and dub downtempo, but one thing is for sure - it's a unique album that will keep you cozy throughout all your moments. Maybe it's time you explored the Scandinavian side of electronica? Highly recommended!