Röyksopp ‎– Melody A.M.

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1 So Easy
Written-By – Bacharach And David, Röyksopp
3:44
2 Eple 3:36
3 Sparks
Vocals – Anneli DreckerWritten-By – Anneli Drecker, Röyksopp
5:23
4 In Space 3:30
5 Poor Leno
Vocals – Erlend ØyeWritten-By – Erlend Øye, Röyksopp
3:57
6 A Higher Place
Bass – Ole Vegard '05' Skauge*Co-producer – Ole J. Mjøs*Performer [Extra Input] – Rune Lindbaek*
4:31
7 Röyksopp's Night Out 7:30
8 Remind Me
Vocals – Erlend ØyeWritten-By – Erlend Øye, Röyksopp
3:39
9 She's So
Written-By – Peter Thomas, Röyksopp
5:23
10 40 Years Back\Come
Performer [Extra Input] – Rune Lindbaek*
4:45

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℗ and © 2001 Wall of Sound Recordings

Track 1 contains a sample from "Blue On Blue" by Gals and Pals.
Track 6 contains a sample from "Freedom" by Tyrrel Corporation.
Track 9 contains a sample from "Love In Space" by Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra.
Track 10 contains a 10 seconds sample from "Red Right Returning" by Michael Manring.

This CD was reissued in 2002 with a cardboard outer sleeve containing press reviews.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5028589014824
  • Matrix / Runout: WALLCD027 02 6
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04C1
  • Other (Stamped Inner ring): MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M & L

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASW13352, 7243813355215 Röyksopp Melody A.M.(2xLP, Album) Astralwerks, Astralwerks ASW13352, 7243813355215 US 2002 Sell This Version
ASW 91378, 724359137827 Röyksopp Melody A.M.(CD, Album) Astralwerks, Astralwerks ASW 91378, 724359137827 US 2001 Sell This Version
0946351348 2 7 Röyksopp Melody A.M.(CD, Album) Gala Records (5) 0946351348 2 7 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
7243 5 90791 2 7 Röyksopp Melody A.M.(CD, Album, RE, Copy Prot. + CD, Comp, Enh, Copy Pr) Labels 7243 5 90791 2 7 France 2003 Sell This Version
WALLCD027, 5028589014824 Röyksopp Melody A.M.(CD, Album, RE) Wall Of Sound, Wall Of Sound WALLCD027, 5028589014824 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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AlexGrzybowski

AlexGrzybowski

November 28, 2016
Can anyone tell me the origin of the spoken word vocal sample discussing frequencies between 'So Easy' and 'Epple' please? I'm not sure if it's on the single of Epple, will have to dig it out.
dannijr

dannijr

November 11, 2014
Timelessnes indeed! An album waaaay ahead of it's time.
ttooyyss

ttooyyss

October 19, 2014
The good half of the album is boring, without mooving ideas. Wasting of time. Apart from a few catchy songs this is typical all the entire lenght. Overrated. The fantastic melody of So easy is taken from Burt Bacharac's Blue on blue, so the best part of the album - isn't theirs. The Remind me is a good song and the Poor Leno - video is superb! Eple is the most melodic and progressive track
mrprelude

mrprelude

February 20, 2014
Very much looks like a "Love it of hate it" album judging by the reviews here.
I don't think every tune is "Superb" but on the other hand I don't think I'd find myself vomiting to any of them either.
Still a lot better than anything mainstream from the house of Simon Cowell et al these days though don't you think?
P_Hangman

P_Hangman

January 31, 2013

I've searched many years for an specific song that i've heared on the radio, and it haunted me. It was "Eple". Yes, it was Eple! The rest of the album is also very good. Recomended.
keepinmusicclassy

keepinmusicclassy

January 17, 2013
edited over 4 years ago


Röyksopp's debut album Melody A.M. (2001) is fantastic. This album contains varying degrees of mellow, and Röyksopp knows exactly how to manipulate this mellow to create a masterpiece (sorry, couldn't help myself on the alliteration). Even for their more uptempo tracks they blend the drums and the synths perfectly to create a full sound that you can lay back in. The album carries itself forward seamlessly; it lays down a smooth electronic ambience and fills itself in with jazz-influenced bass lines and melodies. No wonder Nujabes included the track "Eple"on his excellent Ristorante Mixtape. "Remind Me" has also been stuck in my head for a couple of days now...