Seelenluft And The Silvercity-Bob Orchestra ‎– Out Of The Woods

Klein Records ‎– KLCD 036
CD, Album

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1 L.A. Woman
Vocals – Elbautz
2 Manila
Vocals – Michael Smith
3 Bob Grande 4:51
4 Echokiller 4:14
5 Aircondition
Vocals – Lard Stuart
6 Boobsy And Pepsy 4:03
7 Dancing Grandma 5:24
8 Piano J
Composed By – Sinner DCVocals – Manuel Bravo
9 The Evil Frog
Vocals – Reverend Kirk King Jr.
10 Yoa Gongla
Vocals – The Saigon-Sisters
11 Goodnite Bob 3:32



Composed and arranged at "Echokiller-Studios", Los Angeles. © 2001
Mastered at Klein Records, Vienna.
Track 8 "Piano J" is originally composed by Sinner DC.

P&C 2002.
Distributed by PP Sales.
Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 800741003625
  • Label Code: LC 11616

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KL 036 Seelenluft Out Of The Woods(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Klein Records KL 036 Austria 2002 Sell This Version
KL 036 Seelenluft Out Of The Woods(2xLP, Album) Klein Records KL 036 Austria 2002 Sell This Version
KLCD 036 Seelenluft And The Silvercity-Bob Orchestra Seelenluft And The Silvercity-Bob Orchestra - Out Of The Woods(CD, Promo, Album) Klein Records KLCD 036 Austria 2002 Sell This Version


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August 26, 2011

In a way, you could call Seelenluft's second album, OUT OFT HE WOODS, poppier than his first, but this in no way implies weaker material. Indeed, on the Elvis-sampling "L.A. Woman," he still shows his mastery of mood and sound. "Manila," in its various remixed forms, became a minor club hit, but the album version has a jazzy vibe, despite the young man singing about airplane disasters. But with the delicate, romantic "Aircondition," the album shows off a newfound confidence with lyrics. It's a lovely track. "Dancing Grandma," on the other hand, indulges in a bit of funk, and "The Evil Frog" is a dark parable about fame, God, and the Devil (though it falls firmly on the side of Satan). The angular, fascinating "Yoa Gongla" takes a Vietnamese folk song and transforms it into a mysterious journey.


July 15, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
This album just shows how much electronic music has evolved. Downtempo without being trip-hop, leftfield without veering too far away from alt-pop. "Manila" is a cracking tune with an even better rap from a 15 year old kid from Harlem called Michael Smith. "Aircondition" is a beautiful blend of spoken-style female vocals and smooth electronica. And there's just so much else on this album too, Beat Soler really shows off the breadth of his influences (from Vietnamese singing sisters to US evangelists) and the depth of his love for the music comes across fully. A warm and quirky electronic listening album. This hardly left my downtempo/leftfield set for a couple of years.