The Egg ‎– Forwards



Wall 5:44
Venice Beach 7:49
Walking Away 6:47
Funky Dube 5:09
Walk On The Snow 6:27
Say You Will 6:22
Forwards 4:29
She's Terrific 6:09
Always There 5:29
Angel Of My Soul 5:48
Lost At Sea 7:34

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SQPGCD001 The Egg Forwards(CD, Album, Enh) Squarepeg SQPGCD001 UK 2004 Sell This Version
BIGS032 The Egg Forwards(CD) Big Records (16) BIGS032 Australia 2004 Sell This Version
0030112MIN The Egg Forwards(CD, Album, Enh) Ministry Of Sound (Germany) 0030112MIN Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 2004 Sell This Version
BIGCD032 The Egg Forwards(CD, Album, Enh) Big Records (16) BIGCD032 Australia & New Zealand 2004 Sell This Version
LUNECD 36 The Egg Forwards(CD, Album, Promo) Bar De Lune LUNECD 36 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SQPGCD002 The Egg Forwards(2xCD, Album, Spe) Squarepeg SQPGCD002 UK 2006 Sell This Version
none The Egg Forwards(2xCDr, Album, Promo) Squarepeg none UK 2006 Sell This Version
CDR0805 The Egg Forwards(CD, Album + CD, Enh + S/Edition) Rajon Music, Squarepeg CDR0805 Australia & New Zealand 2006 Sell This Version
KCCD-254 The Egg Forwards(2xCD, Album, Spe) KSR, Squarepeg KCCD-254 Japan 2007 Sell This Version


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December 22, 2009
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Forwards, CD, Album, Enh, SQPGCD001

Love this album! if you like Triphop, if you like Downtempo, if you like Post-rock, if you like will like it for sure! you can go wrong with this album. For me the best album of 2004!. Enjoy!
Thanks for your time, Liffarome, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


April 3, 2008
referencing Forwards, 2xCD, Album, Spe, SQPGCD002

After a long hiatus after their second album, The Egg finally return with _Forwards_, and one might be forgiven if they think that this album follows their previous mellow acid-jazzy output closely. After all, the opening tracks, "Wall" and "Funky Dube" seem to stem from the oft-maligned trip-hop scene of that era. Indeed, the purposely blissful "Walk on the Snow" manages to be much more warm than icy, which contrasts to the dub-and-feedback funk of "Always There." And while the sampledelic "She’s Terrific" doesn’t hit any buttons for me, the digital rock of "Nothing" works much better. Indeed, there’s much more of a rock attitude on this album, a more aggressive stance towards the music. But there are plenty of mellow moments as well: "Venice Beach" is as summery as the name implies, and the closing track, "Lost at Sea" sets you adrift beautifully (it’s comes as no surprise that these to tracks originally appeared on the now-defunct Bar de Lune label). On the disc of remixes, _Sideways_, "Walking Away" gets transformed by David Guetta into the club-stomper, "Love Don’t Let Me Go." The track maintains its dancefloor friendliness through mixes by Dusty Kid and Tocadisco -- both keeping a 80s vibe. But when Mylo gets his hands on "Wall," he makes it bounce; Atomic Hooligan give a tough-breaks treatment of the same, while Oliver Koletzki opts for stripped-down techno. There’s a blast from the past too, as Statik Sound System shows up with their dubbed-out version of "Get Some Money Together" -- The Egg’s first hit. I look forward to hearing all the hits to come.