Sonny Fodera ‎– After Parties & Aeroplanes

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Cajual Records ‎– CAJ364
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13 × File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps
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Tracklist

1 Sonny Fodera & Cajmere Destiny 7:28
2 Sonny Fodera & Doorly Rainbows 7:13
3 Sonny Fodera & Low Steppa Styling 6:31
4 Sonny Fodera & Justin Chalice First Class 4:43
5 Sonny Fodera How We Do Things 7:19
6 Sonny Fodera & Natalie Conway Mind Games 6:19
7 Sonny Fodera, Wally Callerio & Mikey V Tell Me 6:20
8 Sonny Fodera, Cajmere & Dajae* Like The Wind 5:35
9 Sonny Fodera & Da Sunlounge Free Your Mind 6:50
10 Sonny Fodera & Juliet Fox It's Your Life 6:19
11 Sonny Fodera & Harvard Bass On Track 6:14
12 Sonny Fodera It's Time 7:20
13 Sonny Fodera & Ari Lourdes Everything You Want 5:37

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dani72

dani72

May 4, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

After Parties & Aeroplanes is Sonny Fodera's second album. Unfortunately, much like his debut, it is a disappointing affair, in fact even more so.

Firstly the album is way, way too long. At over 83 minutes it's most definitely a struggle to listen to it all in one go. Obviously it can be listened to in stages but that defeats the whole purpose of an album. Secondly it's quite repetitive. A lot of the tracks sound the same and there isn't enough variety to keep the album interesting for the whole duration. While some tracks are good (How We Do Things & Tell Me for example) too often they sound uninspiring. Style wise the tracks are tougher than on his first album and have a bumpy old school techy feel to them. While there is nothing particularly wrong with that some variety in terms of tempos and styles would have made the album less repetitive. In fact given that every track starts and ends with DJ friendly intro's and outro's it doesn't really feel like a proper album more of a collection of singles.

Overall this is an album to avoid unless you are a huge fan of the tougher old school bumpy house sound. It's a shame because his singles & EP's have often delved into different styles (funky, jazzy, disco etc.) so he could easily have varied things a bit here to avoid it being so repetitive.