Tosca ‎– Souvenirs

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1 John Lee Huber (Burnt Friedman Mix)
Featuring – Theo AltenbergRemix – Burnt Friedman*
5:40
2 Superrob (Frost & Wagner Mix)
Remix – Frost & Wagner
4:59
3 Heidi Bruehl (Plant Life's Love Philosophy Remix)
Remix – Plant Life
5:11
4 Rondo Acapricio (DSL Mix)
Remix – DSL*
5:26
5 The Big Sleep (Señor Coconut Mix)
Remix – Señor Coconut
4:33
6 Zueri (Lindstrom & Prins Thomas Nordic Flavour Mix)
Remix – Lindstrom & Prins Thomas*
4:59
7 Superrob (Henrik Schwarz Mix)
Remix – Henrik Schwarz
4:46
8 John Lee Huber (Rodney Hunter Mix)
Remix – Rodney Hunter
4:08
9 Pyjama (Stereotyp Mix #1)
Remix – Stereotyp
4:52
10 Heidi Bruehl (Makossa & Megablast Mix)
Remix – Makossa & Megablast
5:20
11 Pyjama (Stereotyp Need No PJ's Mix)
Featuring – Sandra KurzweilRemix – Stereotyp
5:55
12 Superrob (Haaksman & Haaksman Mix)
Featuring – Ras DonovanRemix – Haaksman*, Haaksman*
4:13
13 Naschkatze (AGF Katzengedanken)
Remix – AGF
4:01
14 Souvenir By Tosca 0:09
15 Forte (Urbs Mix)
Remix – Urbs
3:45
16 Damentag (Madrid De Los Austrias Mix)
Remix – Madrid De Los Austrias
4:45

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© 2006 G-Stone Recordings.

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  • Barcode: 800271003225
  • Label Code: LC 4607

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GSLP024 Tosca Souvenirs(2xLP, Album) G-Stone Recordings GSLP024 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
GSPR024 Tosca Souvenirs(CD, Album, Promo) G-Stone Recordings GSPR024 Austria 2005 Sell This Version

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FLuViRuS

FLuViRuS

November 17, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Fans of "Opera" and "Suzuki", run. With 3 or 4 saving graces, the miasma of dance styles from this CD is bland, tasteless, and at times, revolting. Here's a run through of selected tracks, good and bad:-

Track 1 - Irritating twangs, with an angry Theo Altenberg threatening the listener "I'll fuck your brain out" and a constipated bassline that's supposed to inspire fear. Oh please.

Track 2 - Reggae-style, sung by Earl Zinger (aka Rob Gallagher). At the low bpm, his raspy voice makes me want to slit my throat.

Track 3 - Gorgeous female vocals, set against a stylish, trippy, shuffling beat. Wonderful chill out music, remniscent of "Suzuki".

Track 4 - A suitably quirky Rondo replete with chromatic scales that cascade out-of-tune and a mischievous guitar refrain that also threatens to spill onto wrong keys clumsily. The playful "off"-sounding chords poke fun at the by-now-familiar voiceover of a certain "Lin Sin Sin" from Singapore, mocking the typical Singaporean's pronunciation and grammar.

Track 5 - Playful and delightful, light as soufflé, Senor Coconut lulls and intoxicates the listener on a sunny Fantasy Island surrounded with coconut trees, piña coladas, and beautiful people.

Track 6 - This track starts off promisingly enough with an Ibiza-in-sunset guitar tune, only to be marred by a needlessly heavy-going bassline which royally messes up the track.

Track 11 - Revolting. Ms Sandra Kurzweil (WHO?) sings like a fierce drag-queen repeatedly: "You can leave your PJ at hooooommmmmme" to beats that Club 69's Peter Rahoufer have long utilized to exhaustion. It just sounds sad now.

Track 14 - 9 seconds of dead silence. John Cage had a point to make. What's Tosca's excuse?

Even Henrik Schwarz of "Marvin" and "Chicago" fame could not rescue "Superrob" as he merely mixed downtempo beats to the tacky western-cowboy harmonica solo. Neither could the otherwise respectable Madrid De Los Austrias team on Damentag with cheesy lyrics ("Protect the AR-DAH"? No, THUNK-YA!)

I don't know about you, but I'm bringing my PJs to any party remotely related to this CD.