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    LopazzKook Kook

    Label:Get Physical Music – GPMCD017
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:House, Deep House, Tech House, Minimal

    Tracklist

    1Volvoice0:15
    2Discogs5:44
    3We Are
    Backing VocalsDeafny Moon
    5:47
    4Bottleneck4:36
    5Credit Card Receipt3:02
    6Play In My House
    VocalsDeafny Moon
    5:05
    7The Old Days
    Vocals, WoodwindMr. Jesse Rene Sharps*
    3:54
    8Share My Rhythm
    Written-By, Vocals, KeyboardsAlex Cortex
    4:54
    9Wet Sweat5:16
    10Wasted Days4:05
    112 Fast 4 You4:17
    12Mp In Love
    Vocals, Piano [Elka-piano]Deafny Moon
    3:58
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    Total duration: 50:58 min.

    All tracks written, played and produced at 800achtspur Heidelberg.

    Track 2 is dedicated to Discogs, Track 4 to Diddley and Track 9 to Phil Young, DJ Pat Bo and Judy Griffith.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 4 260129 251264
    • Barcode (Scanned): 4260129251264
    • Matrix / Runout: GPMCD017 [sonopress arvato logo] + + GH59302
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L026
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1086
    • Label Code: LC 13285

    Other Versions (4)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Kook Kook (LP, Album)Get Physical MusicGPMLP 017Germany2007
    New Submission
    Kook Kook (CD, Album, Promo)Get Physical MusicGPMCD017US2007
    Kook Kook (CD, Album)Algorythmik RecordsAlgo007Russia2008
    New Submission
    Kook Kook (CD, Album)Moon Records (2)MR 2862-2Ukraine2008

    Reviews

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    scoundrel
    When you name your album KOOK KOOK, as Lopazz has, you expect things to go a little crazy. But as the filtered house comes in with "Discogs," while "We Are" takes a more mysterious route. The tracks here and short and sweet, sharp little slices of fun. The electro high-low throb of "Credit Card Receipt" gives way to the deeper house of melodic "The Old Days" or the warmth of "Share My Rhythm." The low warmth of "Wasted Days" gives a nice buzz, while "2 Fast 4 You" is beamed in straight from the 80s. The slower "Mp In Love" takes the album down on a more downbeat note, but it's still been quite a ride.