Pole Folder ‎– Zero Gold

Bedrock Records ‎– BEDART01CD
CD, Album

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1 Abrasion
Vocals, Co-producer – Shelley Harland
2 Waterfalls Of Love
Vocals – Sandra Ferretti
3 Salvation On Slavery Sins 5:39
4 Scared To Lose
Vocals – Sandra Ferretti
5 Inner Turmoil 7:02
6 London 5:37
7 Fall In Violet
Vocals, Co-producer – Shelley Harland
8 Morning Crow 6:34
9 Faith In Me
Vocals, Co-producer – Kirsty Hawkshaw
10 Before It All Changes 7:17



Track lengths are misprinted on the back cover as followed:
2. 4:54
3. 5:57
4. 5:29
5. 6:47
6. 6:10
7. 5:17
8. 6:21
9. 6:30

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HN253CD Pole Folder Zero Gold(CD, Album) High Note Records HN253CD Taiwan 2005 Sell This Version
BEDART01CD Pole Folder Zero Gold(CDr, Album, Promo) Bedrock Records BEDART01CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
BEDART01CD Pole Folder Zero Gold(CD, Album, Unofficial) Bedrock Records (7) BEDART01CD Russia 2005 Sell This Version
BEDUSART01CD, BEDART01CD Pole Folder Zero Gold(CD, Album) Bedrock Records, Bedrock Records BEDUSART01CD, BEDART01CD US 2005 Sell This Version
BEDARTCD1 Pole Folder Zero Gold(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Bedrock Records BEDARTCD1 UK 2005


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October 6, 2009
edited over 8 years ago
I guess this album is considered progressive house but I usually just refer to it as electronica. 5 tracks are instrumentals and 5 tracks have female vocals. Zero Gold is nothing less then amazing and I find this to be a timeless release that I will be able to still enjoy 10 years from now! Its strange but I get memories from 90's anime while listening to this... El Hazard to be more specific. I'm not sure why. Inner Turmoil is a real gem on this album and the song always seems to get stuck in my head. Since this album, Pole Folder has only released vinyl and digital releases. I surely hope he makes a follow-up eventually because this album stands out in a dull sea of "house" artists. The female singers on this album really add to the beauty of Zero Gold. Get it.


July 24, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
I'm not the world's biggest house fan, but occasionally I find an artist that I enjoy for the genre. Pole Folder is one of them for me.

While i'm not familar with his several vinyls released before this album, I have an understanding now of his music. Zero Gold is 10 tracks of progressive house. Most of which could easily get a dance floor moving. A lot of the tracks use guest female vocalists, but I enjoy the instrumental tracks better myself. For me, the stand out on here is Inner Turmoil, which has an extremely catchy, repetetive beat. I look forward to what this guy does next