Makoto ‎– Believe In My Soul

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Good Looking Records ‎– GLRMA006
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1 Makoto Spangle 6:22
2 Makoto & Akira (6) Flying High
Written-By, Producer – A. Shimizu*
7:45
3 Makoto Feels Like Heaven 6:20
4 Makoto Freedom Suite 6:25
5 Makoto & DJ Inza Eastern Dub
Producer – A. Kaneko
7:10
6 Makoto Waiting
Vocals [Additional] – Deeizm
7:00
7 Makoto Free Your Mind 6:49
8 Makoto Black Bird 5:39
9 Makoto Inside Your Love (XRS Remix)
Remix – XRS
7:05
10 Makoto Eastern Dub (Marky Remix)
Producer – A. KanekoRemix – Marky*
6:42
11 Makoto Open Your Eyes 6:08

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Manufactured in the EU.

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  • Barcode: 5 024545 464924
  • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn GLRMA006

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GLRMA006LP Makoto Believe In My Soul(3x12", Album) Good Looking Records GLRMA006LP UK 2007 Sell This Version
GLRMA006 Makoto Believe In My Soul(CD, Comp, Promo) Good Looking Records GLRMA006 UK 2007 Sell This Version

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Risingson

Risingson

April 23, 2008
Ok. That is true: "Human Elements" had problems when it tried hard to be an acid-jazz records, and it also felt too much like a variation of Bukem's "Journey Inwards". Whenever the album got away from drum n' bass, it didn't work half as well.

So we have this new pure drum'n bass album, which is nice, ok, great. But what was excessive in the previous one, is absolutely lacking in this one: variation. Many songs share the same loops, the same tricks, the same schema, and even the same melodic lines. Some are very good taken separately, but as a whole this is more a sample album than an album itself - and at worse,an album of sketches. Only the wonderful, haunting, "Waiting" works as something that flies from the routine.

Makoto, maybe a middle ground next time would be good.