Marcel ‎– Viginti Etduo

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Mole Listening Pearls ‎– MOLE CD 015-2
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1 On The Beach (Remix)
Engineer – László ReménylFeaturing – Balage
8:32
2 Viginti Etduo
Lyrics By, Vocals – ITHAKA
8:00
3 Early Morning 7:14
4 Spring Rolls 8:18
5 Tropical Rain 4:58
6 Departure
Recorded By – Marcel, The TimewriterWritten-By – The Timewriter
7:06
7 Wardrobe Stories (Juicy Fruit) 5:25
8 Underwater Blues
Featuring – Anorganik
4:40
9 Blue 6:48
10 Nem Igaz 4:56
11 Urban Jazz 6:31

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 017866 916747
  • Other (Label Code): LC 6082
  • Barcode (Rights Society): GEMA

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
JUICD007-2 Marcel Viginti Etduo(CD, Album) Juice (4) JUICD007-2 Hungary 1998 Sell This Version
JUIMC007-4 Marcel Viginti Etduo(Cass, Album) Juice (4) JUIMC007-4 Hungary 1998 Sell This Version

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Zanzaa

Zanzaa

April 8, 2017
Lovely record, I especially enjoyed the track, Viginti Etduo. Seven stars !
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 1, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Though Marcel's debut VIGINTI ETDUO starts off with the excessively sunny and smooth house track, "On the Beach," he deftly shows his talent at songcraft throughout. The dreamy "Viginti Etduo" drifts along, anchored by a thick jazz bass, until the breaks kick in and get things moving. "Tropical Rain" squeezes in some drum 'n' bass flavor, while "Wardrobe Stories" has much more of an electro feel to it, nonetheless maintaining the overall easygoing vibe. "Underwater Blues" (with Gabor Deutsch) starts off icy cool before moving into the funk, and "Blue" keeps its beat strong through the mellow proceedings. A fine melding of downtempo jazz and house.
ValdeZ

ValdeZ

July 5, 2003
One of my favourite albums. 11 perfect compositions of undeground hungarian electronic. Relaxing and sincere Things based on childhood emotions of Marcel. Recommendation!