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    AviaI See That Now

    Label:Catalogue – REF 49, Wagram Music – 3076492
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Pays:France
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    Genre:Electronic
    Style:House, Downtempo

    Tracklist

    1Miles Golden Sands
    Mixed ByCorin Dingley
    5:03
    2The Persuader4:06
    3Love & Rise
    GuitarBruno Carcy
    VocalsRaz Ohara
    4:07
    4Exil Exit4:52
    5Why Should I Cry
    TurntablesAndy Jenks
    3:21
    6Warm6:52
    7Jet Lag
    DrumsPierre Luzy
    1:38
    8It's Too Bad9:11
    9Westernize4:00
    10Kim Scorpio Tropical1:29
    11Nakeima4:44
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    • Producer [Additional], Programmed By [Additional]Alpha
    • Written-By, Producer, Mixed ByAvia

    Notes

    Mastering at Translab
    Made in the EU

    ℗© 2002 les disques du catalogue

    Code-barres et autres identifiants

    • Code-barres: 3 596971 764920
    • Code-barres (Scanned): 3596971764920
    • Code de prix: WAG 329
    • Informations sur la matrice: 020020105173 AVIA
    • Code mastering IFPI: IFPI LH11

    Autres versions (4)Tout afficher

    Titre (Format)LabelCat N°PaysAnnée
    Édités récemment
    I See That Now (2×LP, Album)Wagram Music3076496France2002
    Nouvelle proposition
    I See That Now (CD, Album, Promo, Cardboard Sleeve)Catalogue, Wagram MusicREF 47, (none)France2002
    Édités récemment
    I See That Now... (CD, Album, Digipak)Nutone5 03770 30318 2 1UK2003
    Édités récemment
    I See That Now... (CD, Album)Nutone0 6700 30318 2 0US2003

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    Risingson
    Excellent downtempo album that I found out looking for albums where Raz O'Hara sang. It starts with the sweet house number "Miles Golden Sands", so dreamy that it ends with a playful reference to Jobim's "Aguas de Março" and then it goes to mostly the dubby atmosphere you can expect from these albums, sometimes a bit more jazzy - "Why should I cry" - sometimes a bit more trippy - "It's too bad". The only thing that I don't like is the new version of "Exit Exit": the original was perfect in its mood and it did not need these synths, so out of place to me.