Talismantra ‎– The Damn Thing Keeps Kicking

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C.S.M.F. Records ‎– CSMF 14
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Vinyl, 10", Picture Disc
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tharobster

tharobster

June 21, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Warmth Reheated - a classic , love this so much , proggy breaks that really stand out and always have . dubby and classy , it often reminds me of pete lazonby sounds . perfectly sums up that era , and so well produced . all of that means writing this 20 years later it still is timeless .. we shipped one off to sasha when he used to buy vinyl from us .
TIM

TIM

July 5, 2010
Warmth Reheated is one of the finest and true breaks tracks. No cheese here in breaks-ville. House feel although there is a progressive feel, breaks and ambient all surrounding the main hook. One for the dance-floor and living room equally. Good stuff
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

August 20, 2008

Warmth Reheated is the opening track on Danny Howells' legendary final set at Club Arc NYC, 2004. Sexy, sunrise styled progressive breaks. I wonder if the people that made this record had any idea that it would still be considered an amazing piece of music 11 years later? What is it about a record that gives it the elusive quality of timelessness? The most any producer could hope for is to have someone stumble upon their track over a decade later and say "wow, that is amazing". Interestingly, the track on the flip side is a piece of rave-era techno that has not aged well at all. Maybe Talismantra had a momentary stroke of genius. I'm not complaining :)