Tayla ‎– Soul Survivors

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Nexus Records ‎– NEXUSCD001
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1-01 The Invisible Man Timezone 1 10:23
1-02 Future Engineers Mainframe 6:01
1-03 Makoto Jupiter Fields 6:22
1-04 Future Engineers Void.com 6:22
1-05 Future Engineers Re:Source 5:49
1-06 Funky Technicians Realtime 6:08
1-07 Method One Distance MK.II 5:43
1-08 Future Engineers Equilibrium 7:22
1-09 Rantoul Testing 7:54
1-10 Atlantiq M33 6:54
2-01 Alaska & Nucleus Persistence Of Vision 8:35
2-02 Tayla Language 8:56
2-03 Peshay Jazz Lick 9:26
2-04 Tayla Dimensions 8:38
2-05 Makoto Wave 9:35
2-06 Alaska & Nucleus Project Two 9:14
2-07 LTJ Bukem Music (Peshay Rework)
Remix – Peshay
10:07
2-08 Doc Scott Tokyo Dawn 7:39

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  • Barcode (Printed): 6 75744 42012 6
  • Barcode: 675744420126
  • Rights Society: mcps
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): TAYLA-1 .:
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): TAYLA-2.
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LA31

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NEXUSLP001 Tayla Soul Survivors(3xLP, Comp) Nexus Records NEXUSLP001 UK 2000 Sell This Version
NEXUSLP001 Tayla Soul Survivors(3xLP, MP, Comp) Nexus Records NEXUSLP001 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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Risingson

Risingson

March 8, 2011

I thought this release was misunderstood and unfairly overlooked at the moment. Maybe it's because in 2000 drum n bass followed other trends and the Good Looking sound was already wore out years ago, but anyway: this release, one disc a mix release and the other a compilation, is quality from Good... oh, sorry, Nexus Records. The first record is the most interesting, full of that futuristic, spacey and layered rhythms and jazzy synths we all know (a bit crisper this time): great opener by the Invisible Man, spectacular tracks from Future Engineers, some familiar names and ending with that unfairly unreleased (at least oficially) M33 track. The second disc is a more predictable affair, and for me the Music remix just doesn't work, but it's a nice retrospective, anyway, of many pivotal producers of the genre. So I recommend this compilation if you come across it in those second hand music stores: at least you can agree that the artwork is quite beautiful.