Megablast ‎– Creation

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Stereo Deluxe ‎– SD107
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1 Megablast Something's Gonna Get Me Started
Vocals – Aminata
3:53
2 The Strike Boys Music Is In The Air (Megablast Remix)
Remix – MegablastVocals [Additional] – Hubert Tubbs
6:00
3 Megablast Love Is Always There
Vocals – Hubert Tubbs
5:00
4 Megablast Nightjogger
Vocals – Aminata
5:56
5 Megablast Move On
Vocals – Hubert Tubbs
6:16
6 Megablast Onemoreminuteman
Vocals – Sugar B
5:07
7 Megablast Creation
Vocals – Hubert Tubbs
4:53
8 Megablast Sun
Vocals [Additional] – Sandra Rose
4:56
9 Megablast Free
Vocals – Hubert Tubbs
6:12
10 Megablast Wait
Vocals – Hubert Tubbs
4:50
11 Megablast Hypnotized
Vocals – Kudra Owens
4:58
12 Megablast You Gotta Believe
Vocals – Hubert Tubbs
4:40
13 Megablast Glory
Vocals – Aminata, Sascha Weisz
5:25
14 Megablast Over
Vocals – Cesar Sampson, Flip Philip*, Georg Breinschmid, Sascha Weisz
4:01

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed BySPV GmbH – spv cd 085-171512

Credits

Notes

"This album is dedicated to Oli Rösch..your spirit never dies!!!" [the late Oli Rösch, founder and former head of Stereo Deluxe].

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 95734 51072 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 695734510729
  • Label Code: LC 10648
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SD 107-1 Megablast Creation(2xLP) Stereo Deluxe SD 107-1 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD6239 Megablast Creation(CD, Album, Jew) Правительство Звука ПРЗ CD6239 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
sd107 Megablast Creation(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Stereo Deluxe sd107 Germany 2004 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 13, 2014

The electro-soul of "Something's Gonna Get Me Started" kicks off Megablast's debut, CREATION, with a nice blast indeed, while their take on the Strike Boys' "Music Is In The Air" is a ride into darkness. "Love Is Always There" moves in a more romantic vein, with a broken beat background, while "Nightjogger" and "Move On" go for Detroit techno and German breaks. Even the deep dub of "Onemoreminuteman" and the title track both forge themselves an undeniable identity ("You Gotta Believe" leans more towards dub techno). "Sun" is more traditional jazzy downtempo, though it retains a darker edge, as does the broken beat gospel of "Free." The deep house run of "Wait" is solidified by Hubert Tubbs' rich baritone, and the joyous "Over" ends the album with a samba-like celebration. A blast through and through.