Studio Pankow ‎– Linienbusse

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City Centre Offices ‎– TOWERBLOCK 025 LP
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A1 Heidelberger Platz 8:21
A2 Siemensdamm 4:40
A3 Jungfernheide 3:30
B1 Zoologischer Garten
Vocals – Peter Lay
11:47
B2 Krumme Lanke 6:01
C1 Zitadelle 2:37
C2 Ruhleben
Flute – Rawell
17:07
D1 Jessner Strasse 6:16
D2 Neukoelln 5:37
D3 Pank Strasse 3:32

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  • Barcode: 8 80918 00251 4

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towerblock cd 025 Studio Pankow Linienbusse(CD, Album, Promo, Car) City Centre Offices towerblock cd 025 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
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Moanerman

Moanerman

February 4, 2008
edited over 5 years ago

This is a stunning album by some of the most creative and talented producers active in this scene: Jamie Hodge, David Moufang and Kai Kroker. So it's no wonder that this album is so good. Especially Zoologischer Garten is a beauty of a track. One could describe it as dub-techno but this goes way further than the avarage and utterly boring dub-techno we get on a weekly basis in the stores. This track isn't about chords but about dub, very lush and far away sounding dub. It starts with a dusty soundscape and a very well chosen yet simple vocal that is repeated on the right times during the track (it sounds like shaba or something :p). But once that dubby bassline comes in the track really explodes and it definitely carries the Move D touch.
The other tracks on Linienbusse have a different sound than Zoologischer Garten. They sound more static to my ears yet they have the same laidback atmosphere and are all very well produced and fantastic listening music. A very solid album with Zoologischer Garten as the stand out track.