Skylark ‎– i-Panik

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NRK Sound Division ‎– NRKCD041, Saved Records ‎– NRKCD041
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Disk 1. i-Panik
1-1 Skylark Too Much Information 6:14
1-2 Skylark i-Panik 9:31
1-3 Skylark With H2 (7) Movin
Vocals – Harikrish Menon*
6:10
1-4 Skylark Look No Hands 9:25
1-5 Skylark Who Cares 7:27
1-6 Skylark Lightning Strikes 6:49
1-7 Skylark Red 5:44
1-8 Skylark With Mark Fanciulli Blocked In 8:47
1-9 Skylark All I See
Producer [Additional] – Mark Fanciulli
5:55
1-10 Skylark Escalator 5:48
1-11 Skylark Saved 7:11
Disk 2. i-Panik Remixed
2-1 Skylark Too Much Information (Manuel Tur Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Manuel Tur
7:48
2-2 Skylark i-Panik (Davide Squillace Remix)
Remix – Davide Squillace
6:39
2-3 Skylark Saved (Joel Mull's Open End Remix)
Mastered By [Pre Mastering] – Marcus Enochson*Remix – Joel Mull
10:09
2-4 Skylark Saved (Massi DL's Today Is Groovy Remix)
Remix – Massimo Di Lena
5:37
2-5 Skylark Blocked In (Funk D'Void Remix)
Remix – Lars Sandberg
6:53
2-6 Skylark Who Cares (Stryke's Respect Remix)
Remix [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Greg 'Strike' Chin*
8:21
2-7 Skylark Escalator (Matt Tolfrey & Inxec's Swings & Roundabouts Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Matt Tolfrey & Inxec*
8:40
2-8 Skylark Lightning Strikes (Steve Mac's Smack Mix)
Keyboards [Keys] – S.McGuinness*Remix – Steve Mac
7:56
2-9 Skylark Movin (UNKLE's Surrender Sounds Session #9)
Remix – James Lavelle, Pablo ClementsRemix, Mixed By, Engineer – Aidan Lavelle
7:46
2-10 Skylark Movin (Joris Voorn Rejected Rave Dub)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Joris Voorn
7:40

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  • Barcode (Text): 8 27236 02942 7
  • Barcode (Scanner): 827236029427
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored Outer Ring [Outer] [CD1 &2]): [SOUND PERFORMANCE logo] X2
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored Outer Ring [Inner] CD1): NRKCD041/1 01
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored Outer Ring [Inner] CD2): NRKCD041/2 01
  • Matrix / Runout (Inner Ring [Mould] [CD1 & 2]): MADE IN THE UK
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & 2): IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0410
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0412

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SVALB01 Skylark i-Panik(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Saved Records SVALB01 UK 2007
NRKLP041B Skylark i-Panik (Disc Two)(2x12", Album) NRK Sound Division NRKLP041B UK 2008 Sell This Version
NRKCD041, NRKCD 041 Skylark i-Panik(CDr, Album, Promo + CDr, Promo, Bon) NRK Sound Division, Saved Records NRKCD041, NRKCD 041 UK 2008 Sell This Version
SVALBX01 Skylark i-Panik: Remixed(15xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Saved Records SVALBX01 UK 2008
NRKLP041A Skylark i-Panik (Disc One)(2x12", Album) NRK Sound Division NRKLP041A UK 2008 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 23, 2014

Deep tech-house is the order of the day with Skylark's debut IPANIK, starting with the smooth moves of "Too Much Information" and the easygoing groove of the title track. "Movin" goes a little deeper, as does "Lightning Strikes." These tracks were definitely meant for the dancefloor; they're a little too static to make for compelling home listening, but they've got enough oomph to compelling people to move. The driving force of "Blocked In" is a great example of this, and heavy/light contrast of "All I See" give it a nice lift, as does the electro leanings of "Escalator." "Saved" ends the album on a lighter note, though still steeped in the beat. The bonus disc of remixes helps Skylark's sound expand, from the more spacious house of Manuel Tur's mix of "Too Much Information" to the stripped down tech of Joel Mull's mix of "Saved." Funk D'Void offers some of his tech-house leaning to ""Blocked In," whereas Stryke injects an infusion of bongos in his mix of "Who Cares." Steve Mac makes "Lightning Strikes" more melodic. UNKLE, however, move in an entirely different direction with their take on "Movin," introducing an electric throb and more sweeping synths for a much more atmospheric result. It's a nice shift, considering the album as a whole.