Safri Duo ‎– 3.0

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
986 563-7 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Enh) Universal 986 563-7 Denmark 2003 Sell This Version
986563-7 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Enh) Magic Records 986563-7 Poland 2003 Sell This Version
60249865637 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Enh) Universal 60249865637 Brazil 2003 Sell This Version
986 563-9 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Enh) Universal, Ukrainian Records 986 563-9 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
986 563-7 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal (3) 986 563-7 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
LXZ 100695 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Unofficial) Universal Records (4) LXZ 100695 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
602498657515, 2439 Safri Duo 3.0(Cass, Album) Universal Music, Universal Music 602498657515, 2439 Indonesia 2003 Sell This Version
986 563-4 Safri Duo 3.0(Cass, Album) Universal, Ukrainian Records, Euro Star 986 563-4 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
986 563-4 Safri Duo 3.0(Cass, Album) Universal, Euro Star, Ukrainian Records 986 563-4 Ukraine 2003 Sell This Version
DD-1305MC Safri Duo 3.0(Cass, Album, Unofficial) DDRec DD-1305MC Russia 2003 Sell This Version
UICZ 3026 Safri Duo 3.0(CD, Album, Enh) Universal UICZ 3026 Japan 2004 Sell This Version

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Waltorious

Waltorious

July 3, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing 3.0, CD, Album, Enh, 986 563-7

In my opinion, this album isn't as good as Episode II, though it still has some good stuff on it. The production is slicker, but I enjoyed the more raw sound of the first album. Episode II seemed to have a bigger emphasis on the percussion, wheras 3.0 adds a lot of other instruments and synths to the mix; I liked having the drumming take a more central role. Also, I'm not a fan of the vocals on this album... Clark Anderson is certainly a talented singer but his singing style sounds to me like poppy R&B, which is not usually a genre I like.

Having said that, some of the instrumental tracks on this album are really awesome. For me, "Rise" is the standout; it has a good blend of rhythm and melody that keeps evolving as the track progresses. Unfortunately, it's now being released as a single with some added vocals by Clark Anderson... I think the instrumental version here is far better. Other instrumentals like "Amazonas" and "Prelude" (a reinterpretation of a classical piece) are also great.

Don't get me wrong, I still like this album. Just don't take it too seriously... some stuff can sound a little cheesy, but it's just Morten and Uffe having fun. And if they weren't having fun, it woulnd't be Safri Duo, would it?