Sonic Generation / Nu-Moon ‎– Absolute Magnitude / Cosmic Journey / SB / NooMoon

Label:
Looking Good Records ‎– LGR028 / LGR029
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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LGR028
A Sonic Generation Absolute Magnitude
Engineer – J. YexleySaxophone, Written-By – C. BrunsonWritten-By, Producer – D. Millard, S. Northfield
9:34
AA Sonic Generation Cosmic Journey
Electric Piano [Rhodes], Written-By – D. PhillipsEngineer – J. YexleyWritten-By, Producer – D. Millard, S. Northfield
9:58
LGR029
A Nu-Moon SB
Written-By, Producer – S. Murrell*, S. Kite*
8:40
AA Nu-Moon NooMoon
Written-By, Producer – S. Murrell*, S. Kite*
7:42

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 75744 13071 1
  • Barcode (String): 675744130711

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croftots

croftots

October 7, 2012
LGR028 is the winner here Side A Absolute Magnitude is a total Slick Groover. Essential.
The B-Side is excellent also, but not as good as the A-Side.
niine

niine

August 22, 2002
LGR029 - NU-MOON
North London's Simon Murrell and Steve Kite ( formerly known as Moonchild ) have been bubbling away on Good Looking for 12 months with two highly acclaimed 12"'s, a track on the big selling Progression Sessions 4 and, for variety, a downbeat gem on the Cookin EP 1.

SB
You might not be expecting beats like these on an LGR release but you better believe it. Warm Moog pulses and sustained pads provide the backdrop for the marching militance of the firing snares. A well crafted wall of sound with a breakdown that will keep the dancefloor guessing. Up-tempo and in your face.

NOOMOON
Returning to calmer territory, Noomoon is the archetypal digital soundscape with swelling pads, phasing FX and intricately patterned jazz breaks. Electronic wobbles complete this tracks dreamy quality.