Seelenluft ‎– The Way We Go

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Klein Records ‎– kl058
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Notes

Gatefold cover.

Track order runs in a sequential manner, from 1 to 11.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 800741005810

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KLCD 058 Seelenluft The Way We Go(CD, Album) Klein Records KLCD 058 Austria 2004 Sell This Version
KLPR 058 Seelenluft The Way We Go(CD, Album, Promo) Klein Records KLPR 058 Austria 2004 Sell This Version
KLPR058 Seelenluft The Way We Go(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Klein Records KLPR058 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
klcd058lx Seelenluft The Way We Go(CD, Album + CD) Klein Records klcd058lx Europe 2004 Sell This Version

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dj.paws

dj.paws

August 19, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

I cannot stop listening to this album.

I was already a packed and bagged Seelenluft fan with Manila, but this new album transcends all expectations. With the exception of one track with guest vocals, Seelenluft's Silvercity Bob alter-ego and Olivera Stanimirov sing the most catchy Euro-styled tunes you can imagine. But, it's the music that shines, here, for me.

What the first three tracks build and prepare is presented in a perfect, funky house fashion with "Mes Amis". Heavy 808 and 909 drum samples, here. Very techy. Single sixteenth note triplets offsetting the kick's quarter notes, with sharp, chopped hats are the marks of this album's beats. Thick and chunky.

The keys are all most analog, from polysaw tones to high-resonance swishes and sweeps, Seelenluft's compositions shift from funky to mysterious and back again. A true tech-electro house treat. The progressive addition and subtraction of samples emphasizes each individual sound's importance in the tracks, as well; this is no half-cut album, here.

While some tracks are more organic and some are more accessible for the dance floor, all are sure to please. Whether it's exploring the left-field territory of the House scene for your next set or just looking for something good to listen to, this album fits the bill.

The only thing missing is a little something with some Michael Smith vocals..