Pub ‎– Liltmor

Ampoule ‎– ampcd02
CD, Album


1 Freigo 1:37
2 Fun Hopper 7:00
3 Dart To Klokalia 2:49
4 Gota Fria 2:52
5 Ahplos 0:47
6 Motobere 8:22
7 Estoy 1:06
8 The Currach 3:11
9 Kinik Gloss 1:59
10 Cornucopia 1:45
11 Faro 2 2:50
12 Bosalsango 4:41
13 Seni Seviyorum 1:55
14 Noches De Verano 4:58
15 Toledo 2:16
16 Luki Luki 2:46
17 Wraparm 2:45
18 Headchest 1:04
19 Achar Fada 4:05
20 Kafkapraha 16:19

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p&c Ampoule Records 2005 - all sights deserved.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI LV81 MMG 74714 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KA07

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ampcd02 Pub Liltmor(20xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ampoule ampcd02 UK 2005


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August 22, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Ever found yourself lost in a moment?
..and daydreamed till you are completey lost?
'Liltmor' captures these moments & heartfelt images present and past into the listeners cerebrum like a lost film soundtrack.
The hypnotic beauty of 'motorbere' is just sublime (remeniscent of 'Summer'? yes..but who cares, it's gorgeous!). Too many tracks to point out as they're all exemplary , Pub have really delivered here.
A journey of the heart and soul, insightful and very emotional. Without a doubt, this is their most heartfelt album to date.
Tracks like 'luki luki' and 'achar fada'...Will have you thinking of 'someone/place' special. More 'horizontal gazing' from Pub. Brings clarity to reality.


July 31, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Far too many underdeveloped, undercomposed filler pieces and "soundscapes". "Motobere" is 2 seconds of "Summer" repeated for 8 MINUTES, and the final track "Kafkapraha" is 16 minutes of air. Yes, the sound of AIR. You could be sitting outside for free instead of paying for this!

On the other hand, scattered around there are some moments where the old Pub beauty can be found. e.g. the shuffled IDM-lectro of "Fun Hopper", stuttering melodies on "Bosalsango", and "Luki Luki" is a beautiful piano piece!

But still, there's too much filler here. Liltmor is a very pleasant listen, no doubt, but it's nothing like as fulfilling, melodic and diverse as Pantomime, nor is it as epic in scope as Single. Disappointing.