Oscar Mulero ‎– Grey Fades To Green

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Warm Up Recordings ‎– WU26CD
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Tracklist

The Grey
1-1 Under The Street Lights 5:09
1-2 Taken To The Wrong Way 5:46
1-3 Same Shoes Different Streets 5:16
1-4 Selección Natural 5:23
1-5 Road To Pleasure 5:12
1-6 46 (Re-work) 5:20
1-7 Repeater 5:40
The Green
2-1 Letters From Madrid 6:14
2-2 Dreams Of Happiness 5:41
2-3 After All 5:41
2-4 The Darker Days 5:10
2-5 Last Regrets 4:59
2-6 Grey Fades To Green 5:48
2-7 Silent Air 7:07

Credits

Notes

All tracks written by Oscar Mulero for Warm Up Recordings in 2010.
Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 437008 843360
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): CA WU26CDCD1 @@
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): CA WU26CDCD2 @@

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WU26LP Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(4x12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LP Spain 2011 Sell This Version
WU26LP Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(14xFile, Album, MP3) Warm Up Recordings WU26LP Spain 2011
WU26LPDISC3 Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LPDISC3 Spain 2017 Sell This Version
WU26LPDISC2 Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LPDISC2 Spain 2017 Sell This Version
WU26LPDISC1 Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LPDISC1 Spain 2017 Sell This Version

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May 20, 2011
First I saw Oscar Mulero as a great DJ, then a fine producer of strong Detroit-style techno grooves, but now with "Grey Fades To Green" I recognize that he is an incredibly talented composer in his own right. CD 1 "The Grey" sounds solid and fresh, where techno should be in 2010/2011. "Same Shoes Different Streets" sounds like a current Jeff Mills creation, and that is indeed a compliment. This disc has a variety of sound yet still holds true and consistent.

What drove me to write a review, however, is CD 2 "The Green". WOW. Can Mulero venture out of his usual techno dancefloor stompers and touch IDM/abstract and pull it off? Hell, YES. From the first track "Letters From Madrid" I thought I was listening to early Autechre or Arovane... amazing. Then track 6 "Grey Fades To Green", the very theme of this release sounds like early Jega! Amazing. Tight production and fresh sounds, I highly recommend this 2 CD set; properly separated discs for your musical mood.