Opolopo ‎– Superconductor

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Z Records ‎– ZEDDCD036
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1 The Best
Featuring – Colonel Red
6:01
2 Get On Up 5:36
3 So Good
Featuring – Keni Burke
5:27
4 Round And Round
Featuring – Diane Charlemagne
6:15
5 Feels Good 2 Me
Featuring – Taka Boom
5:47
6 Staying Power
Featuring – Pete Simpson (2)
6:32
7 Superconductor 4:48
8 The Run 5:32
9 Sustain
Featuring – Paul Randolph
5:41
10 Candy Coated Perfection
Featuring – Sacha Williamson
6:13
11 Monolith 6:37
12 Just Feel The Music
Featuring – Taka Boom
6:45
13 Spare Me The Details
Featuring – Erik Dillard
5:45

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  • Barcode: 5 060162 573045

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

August 1, 2015
Opolopo became known for his remix of 1960 What? by Gregory Porter. He knew jazz with house to combine in such a way that fans of both genres massive losgingen on the dance floor. His debut album Super conductor is very clearly based on the funky disco eighties. Where this original sound often mealy and was sweet, hold the reins firmly in hand and Opolopo he remains on the good side of the funk. His secret weapon is depositing very artful grooving bass lines under his fat beats. Bands like D-Train, Kleeer, and Skyy have rewarding work delivered as source of inspiration. He knew not only to attract guest vocalists from that period such as Keni Burke, Taka Boom and Diane Charlemagne, but also the Netherlands-based singer in Colonel Red. Despite all the retro influences put Opolopo are sound that modern sounds in 2015.