Tranquility Bass ‎– Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1

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trouville77

trouville77

April 17, 2019
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012
A lot of similarities with the music of Bent - 'I love my man' in particular. That was released in 1999, 5 years later. So Cantamilla definitely sounding ahead of its time....
Charlie.White

Charlie.White

October 25, 2018
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012

Cantamilla is downtempo gold. This whole release is top quality.
Leitmotif612

Leitmotif612

October 20, 2017
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012
Can anyone speak to the source of the Cantamilla vocals?
edaltweow

edaltweow

December 9, 2016
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012
"Recorded in Heaven" it's true. . . . . . . .
TimeIsoldsome

TimeIsoldsome

February 14, 2014
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012

Cantamilla is an all time classic. This track reminds me of Richard Moonboots and going into Eastern Bloc Records in Manchester.
filfefil

filfefil

November 4, 2010
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012
great record,also in transluceunt purple vinyl.doesanyone else have copies of early Exist Dance records pressed in this colour
tnphotonight

tnphotonight

November 25, 2009
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012

Cantamilla is just such a gorgeous, groovy, fluid and dreamy track that I never get tired of. It is indeed timeless. Mya Yadana is indeed a nice track, but pales compared to Cantamilla.
Frontosa

Frontosa

November 17, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Broadcast Standard Issue No. 1, 12", ED 012, 012

Cantamilla is one of the most beautiful downtempo trip-hop tracks you will EVER find. It is timeless in its feel and mood but way ahead of its time as far as when it came out. A very emotional piece of music.