Terranova ‎– Close The Door

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!K7077CD Terranova Close The Door(CD, Album) Studio !K7 !K7077CD Germany 1999 Sell This Version
COPA 010LP Terranova Close The Door(2xLP, Album) Copasetik Recordings COPA 010LP Germany 1999 Sell This Version
!K7077LP Terranova Close The Door(2xLP, Album) Studio !K7 !K7077LP Germany 1999 Sell This Version
COPA 010 CDLP, COPA 010 Terranova Close The Door(CD, Album) Copasetik Recordings, Copasetik Recordings COPA 010 CDLP, COPA 010 UK 1999 Sell This Version
ZE11005, 7243 8 21265 2 2 Terranova Close The Door(CD, Album, Unofficial) Invisible Halahup, NeoMusic (2), Studio !K7 (2) ZE11005, 7243 8 21265 2 2 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
MNCD-207 Terranova Close The Door(CD, Album) Moon Records (2) MNCD-207 Ukraine 2002 Sell This Version

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June 11, 2016
referencing Close The Door, CD, Album, !K7077CD

For their debut, Terranova calmly ask you to CLOSE THE DOOR. Otherwise, the paranoid hip-hop of "X-Files" might come knocking or the deep bass of "Sugarhill" might ring your bell. But when Cath Coffey appears for the spare, moody "Turn Around" and Tricky picks up the baton on "Bombing Bastards." Vocalist Coco offers her services to the drones and beats of "Never," the moody dub of "Plastic Stress," and the twang of "Just Enough." But Cath Coffey once takes the spotlight with her sultry "Sweet Bitter Love." The title track shuffles around, taking its sweet time, contrasting the chaotic instrumental melange of "Millennium Bug." "Midnight Melodic" appears twice, once with Rasco taking the helm, and, better yet, Cath Coffey bringing a real sense of heartbreak to "Chase the Blues." A sublime way to end the album.