Pier Bucci ‎– Familia

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Crosstown Rebels ‎– CRMCD003
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1 Tita
Vocals, Lyrics By – Armelle Pioline
5:53
2 Towers 6:29
3 The R-8 Moog 5:52
4 L Nuit
Vocals, Lyrics By – Armelle Pioline
7:01
5 Jess 5:23
6 Hay Consuelo
Vocals, Lyrics By – Macha (2)
5:28
7 Cosmic 4:30
8 Siberian 6:41
9 Pipostrack 6:04
10 Hydra 5:32

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Comes in a gatefold Digipak.

The tracklisting on the back cover is wrong - Tracks 5 to 7 are mixed up.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 00505 13712 2
  • Matrix / Runout: B25963 CRMCD003
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP57
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5H 42

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRM021LTD, CRMCD003 Pier Bucci L Nuit / Familia(12", S/Sided, Ltd + CD, Album) Crosstown Rebels, Crosstown Rebels CRM021LTD, CRMCD003 UK 2005 Sell This Version
CRMCD003 Pier Bucci Familia(CD, Promo, Pla) Crosstown Rebels CRMCD003 UK Unknown Sell This Version
CRMCD003 Pier Bucci Familia(CD, Album, Car) Crosstown Rebels CRMCD003 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 21, 2011

Pier Bucci offers a little tech-house gem with FAMILIA. Though its structure is familiar: beat, with some long synths and melody laid on top, Bucci does manage to change it up enough to make it unique. "Tita" has a gentle lyric -- a little wobbly around the edges -- to introduce a softness to the track, which the rhythm on "Towers" is more subdued, almost to the point of a suggestion, but it morphs into the more beat-y "The R-8 Moog" which has a simple, spare synth atop. The vocals return for "L Nuit," but they're even more ghostly the second time around -- that is, until the dark buzz and acid line take over. The heavy thump continues into "Jess" and "Hay Consuelo," the latter augmented by some Spanish vocals. By the time "Siberia" comes pounding in, you're well-entranced by the percolating melodies. The tempo goes down for "Pipostrack" and "Hydra" has a lovely liquid wobble to it. You just can't say no to family!