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MakotoBelieve In My Soul

Label:Good Looking Records – GLRMA006
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass

Tracklist

1MakotoSpangle6:22
2Makoto & Akira (6)Flying High
Written-By, ProducerA. Shimizu*
7:45
3MakotoFeels Like Heaven6:20
4MakotoFreedom Suite6:25
5Makoto & DJ InzaEastern Dub
ProducerA. Kaneko
7:10
6MakotoWaiting
Vocals [Additional]Deeizm
7:00
7MakotoFree Your Mind6:49
8MakotoBlack Bird5:39
9MakotoInside Your Love (XRS Remix)
RemixXRS
7:05
10MakotoEastern Dub (Marky Remix)
ProducerA. Kaneko
RemixMarky*
6:42
11MakotoOpen Your Eyes6:08
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Notes

Manufactured in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024545 464924
  • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn GLRMA006

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Believe In My Soul (CD, Compilation, Promo)Good Looking RecordsGLRMA006PCDUK2007
Recently Edited
Believe In My Soul (3×12", Album, 45 RPM)Good Looking RecordsGLRMA006LPUK2007
New Submission
Believe In My Soul (12×File, WAV, Album)Good Looking RecordsGLRMA006DVUK2007

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Reviews

  • MentalBass's avatar
    MentalBass
    In comparison with Human Elements 2003 this is a fast paced album of on-going rollers.
    It's not filled with "halftime" or chopped beats but rinsing (amen) rollers. And I like it. Some might find the beats to repetitive.

    Coming back to it in 2023 only longing for more of these.
    Albums filled with Liquid, Happy and uplifting rollers.

    • Risingson's avatar
      Risingson
      Ok. That is true: "Human Elements" had problems when it tried hard to be an acid-jazz records, and it also felt too much like a variation of Bukem's "Journey Inwards". Whenever the album got away from drum n' bass, it didn't work half as well.

      So we have this new pure drum'n bass album, which is nice, ok, great. But what was excessive in the previous one, is absolutely lacking in this one: variation. Many songs share the same loops, the same tricks, the same schema, and even the same melodic lines. Some are very good taken separately, but as a whole this is more a sample album than an album itself - and at worse,an album of sketches. Only the wonderful, haunting, "Waiting" works as something that flies from the routine.

      Makoto, maybe a middle ground next time would be good.

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      • Avg Rating:4.56 / 5
      • Ratings:45

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