Peter Gun ‎– Strobe

Tribal Vision Records ‎– TVRCD028
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Track 1: 126 bpm, key 5A
Track 2: 127 bpm, key 12A
Track 3: 129 bpm, key 8A
Track 4: 130 bpm, key 11A
Track 5: 130 bpm, key 3B
Track 6: 128 bpm, key 3A
Track 7: 127 bpm, key 7B
Track 8: 127 bpm, key 6A
Track 9: 126 bpm, key 10A

Issued as a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4250250403465
  • Matrix / Runout: 00095 52527 166 01 + 52527448
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV27
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0127



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November 26, 2010
After the successful number of release from Tribal Vision rec, I stopped to ask my self what will be next to each encounter. I even thought on experimental digital releases that appears from time to time between albums and compilations. I know that they are built their own style since long ago, but lately it comes to expression in particular. Peter Gun, with his new album, totally and perfectly fits into this new label idea.....

Lot of electro melodic motives from track to track. Beautiful pads and harmonic moments are everywhere arround. I didn't had a chance to hear those tracks in clubs or any kind of event but I can imagine. Surround with dancing love. Easy going beat reminds on minimal technical moments and background of tracks tell us a quite full story. With the bassline here and there, goes even into progressive water. Successful manipulation of styles into a one whole. The most impressive moment of this album is that, when I heard my friend to play some of tracks themes on his guitar, I realized that this album can be played by live band actually. We have that times while listening music to cover with some instruments that we have arround. About live gig, I guess that would sounds less club, but it would be good as that kind of variations. Very rhythmically and floating. I love housy spots in album but from other side is much more than just a house music. Very innovative. It can be combined in different types of DJ sets. Above all it's spectacular. I see a great lights arround me. Like open space with wide spectrum.
I personally caught the "Montagsrokka". My favorite on this CD!!! Should be a hit!....

Will not praise it too much. Really no need for that. Cliche or not, but music has already said enough.....

All thubs that I have goes UP!!!....