Nor Elle ‎– Phantom Of Life

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Mole Listening Pearls ‎– MOLE CD 013-2, Mole Listening Pearls ‎– MOLECD013-2
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Phantom Of Life 6:23
2 O.O.B.E. Drift 0:50
3 The Real Thing 4:29
4 Silent Storm 8:16
5 Moon B252 6:46
6 Another Tribe 2:58
7 La Rue Jules Verne 4:38
8 Disembodied Consciousness 6:14
9 Dear Trypthonite 3:41
10 Orbital Turing 5:19
11 Code 07:58:40 6:18
12 Phobic Vision 4:56
13 Into The Seas 5:32

Credits

  • Artwork By – u.c.graphic
  • Written-By, ProducerNorman Feller

Notes

Written and produced at BPM Studio for Mole Listening Pearls.
Published by UCP.
Contact: Mole Listening Pearls / UCMG (Germany).
Distributed by your local Intergroove in Germany, UK, USA, Spain, Norway and Hungary.
Made in Germany 1998.

Cat.# variations:
MOLE CD 013-2 on spine and CD.
MOLECD013-2 on back cover and CD matrix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 6082
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Mastering SID Code: iƒpi L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9707
  • Barcode (Text): 4 017866 666130
  • Barcode (Scan): 4017866666130
  • Matrix / Runout: UNDER COVER MOLECD013-2 A815485-01

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
molelps003-2 Nor Elle Phantom Of Life(CD, Album, RE) Mole Listening Pearls molelps003-2 Germany 2008 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

December 11, 2011

Norman Feller's downtempo debut as Nor Elle, PHANTOM OF LIFE, focuses more on the ambient side of things, as with the title track, though little hints of beats filter in. "The Real Thing" has some bongos for a Balearic feel that's emphasized by the crumbs of guitar that appear. The longer "Silent Storm" sets itself adrift on more of a gentle rain than a storm, really. Some light jazz-step livens up "Moon B252," which is unfortunately saddled with the most overused samples ever -- the NASA moon landing -- but "La Rue Jules Verne" and "Disembodied Consciousness" succeed in their spacier approaches. But much of the album floats by pleasantly and forgettably, though the fake saxophones on the closer "Into the Sea" are memorable -- just not in a good way.
kosiak1

kosiak1

July 31, 2010

On Of the best lounge albums i ever heard! It's a true downtempo/lounge masterpiece, Norman Feller not only tech-house guru, but also downtempo genius. His second album "slapstick" in same category 'greatest downtempo albums of all time'. If you like true beautiful electronic music dont miss this!