The Timewriter ‎– Diary Of A Lonely Sailor

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Plastic City ‎– PLAC CD 030-2
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1 Diary Of A Lonely Sailor
Vocals – The Man Who Could
1:44
2 Back From Exile 6:09
3 Hope And Dispair 7:02
4 Life Is Just A Timeless Motion
Vocals – Sid Thomson, The Man Who Could
6:07
5 So Free
Vocals – Jay*
5:53
6 More Than Ever (No Doubt) 2:12
7 Power To The People 5:25
8 When Stars Collide 5:18
9 Travellers (In A Deep Session With Terry Lee Brown Jr.)
Featuring – Terry Lee Brown Jr.
6:53
10 Space For Lovers
Vocals – The Man Who Could
6:19
11 Can't Sleep 4:39
12 From The Inside Out 1:39
13 The Guiding Light 5:44
14 So Fragile (On My Own)
Vocals – The Man Who Could
3:27
15 The Soul Redrive (Instrumental Version)
Guitar – The Timewriter
2:12

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Mixed and recorded at "Silent Chamber" 2002

Published by EKG BMG/UFA
Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 08287 02102 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 808287021028
  • Matrix / Runout: UCMG plac030-2 A262344-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9727
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 4675

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PLACLP030-3 The Timewriter Diary Of A Lonely Sailor(3xLP, Album) Plastic City PLACLP030-3 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
plac030-3 The Timewriter Diary Of A Lonely Sailor(3xLP, W/Lbl, Promo, Album, Sti) Plastic City plac030-3 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD 5508 The Timewriter Diary Of A Lonely Sailor(CD, Album) TME ПРЗ CD 5508 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
PLACCD030-2 The Timewriter Diary Of A Lonely Sailor(CD, Album, P/Mixed, Promo, Car) Plastic City PLACCD030-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
PLAC 030-4 The Timewriter Diary Of A Lonely Sailor(15xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Plastic City PLAC 030-4 Germany 2002

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DeepHauz

DeepHauz

June 2, 2017
this album was 15 years ahead of its time. every track is gold.
DJ_Setec

DJ_Setec

October 13, 2012
i fully agree the words of my previous speakers! this album is the best electronic/deephouse/chillout/relax stuff ever made! not a single weak track, each one full of positive energy, lovely melodies, cool or sweet vocals, energetic drives and powerfull basslines. it put me tears in my eyes and gave me constantly goosebumbs listening the first time. if there is sent out a spaceshuttle to welcome extraterrestrial intelligence, it should play this album when saying hello! they will understand! :)
caio.ck1

caio.ck1

August 1, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
I´m from Brasil, since 1996 I´ve been watching Plastic City Records creating a new form to Deep, Progressive and Tech House. They´re visionary´s of the future. Greats DJs and producers like Terry Lee Brown Jr., Lukas Greenberg and of course Jean Frank Cochois (The Timewriter) are part of this history. There´s no doubt that they are on the top of dance music scene now a days.

Eu sou do Brasil e desde 1996 acompanhei o nascimento de uma das melhores gravadoras de Deep, Progressive e Tech House, Plastic City Records. Com um time respeitado formado por DJ´s e produtores como: Terry Lee Brown Jr., Lukas Greenberg e claro, Jean Frank Cochois (The Timewriter), fazem com que suas produções sejam futuristas sem perder os acordes melódicos que nos fazem viajar. Sem dúvida, são os grandes visionários da cena eletrônica mundial.
zthrockm

zthrockm

August 30, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

As of when this comment was posted, 29 'Oggers have given this production by The Timewriter a 5/5 - and no one has given it anything less. That alone speaks volumes!

"Diary of a Lonely Sailor" is about as close to perfect as it gets in terms of not only deep tech house, but groovy music in general. It's worth mentioning that this is also a pretty accessible album; your friends who might not necessarily be as crazy about electronic music will probably dig this regardless.

From start to finish, there's not a weak track on the entire album - this is an album comprised entirely of stand out tracks. Every single track on it is simply groovy as hell. I've heard a few DJs drop tracks from this album on crowds, and the result is always the same - everyone is moving by the end of the track.

Unlike many albums, in which the shorter tracks are more like afterthought filler, the segue tracks on "Diary of a Lonely Sailor" are just as engaging as the floor-fillers, and are masterfully placed in just the right spots.

The full tracks are simply gorgeous. The basslines and percussion, as well as melodies, are complicated enough to avoid repetitive stagnation, but not so overly intricate they detract from the atmosphere created by the rich harmonies.

If "Diary of a Lonely Sailor" doesn't get you moving, I don't know what would... Probably not even sticking your finger in an electrical outlet.