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    Shlomi AberState Of No One

    Label:Renaissance – REN38CD
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Abstract, Downtempo, Minimal, Tech House, Experimental

    Tracklist

    1Looking In God's Eyes4:54
    2Eastern Breeze4:00
    3State Of No One4:46
    4Never Cried5:14
    5My BAO Dreams3:11
    6Don't Be A Fool
    Lyrics ByGuy Mantzur, Shlomi Aber
    Vocals [Featuring]Guy Mantzur
    3:35
    7The Thing That Nobody Knows3:24
    8Moods (Shlomi's Exclusive Album Version)
    FeaturingLemon (11)
    4:25
    9The Paradise Garage2:00
    10Random Fiction
    Lyrics ByGuy Mantzur, Shlomi Aber
    Vocals [Featuring]Anat Ben Hemo
    6:00
    11Sea Of Sand (Shlomi's Exclusive Album Edit)
    Edited ByShlomi Aber
    FeaturingGuy Gerber
    4:36
    12Same But Different
    Featuring3KO, Itamar Sagi
    5:26
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    Notes

    Released in a Digipak.
    Written and produced @ Be As One Studios, Israel

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 5 060065336037
    • Barcode (Scanned): 5060065336037
    • Matrix / Runout: EDC Blackburn Ltd REN38CD 01
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04AD

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    State Of No One (CD, Promo)RenaissanceREN38CDDJUK2007
    New Submission
    State Of No One (12×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)RenaissanceREN38CDDIGUK2007

    Reviews

    stub004's avatar
    stub004
    After some of Shlomi's amazing early works such as "Bagpipe", I was a little disappointed by this album.

    It seems a little bit like he's trying to be "minimal" just for the sake of it. Rather than coming off as "a small set of noises creating an amazing amount of great sound and feeling" (as great minimal does), this album more comes off as "random pops and clicks overlaid with melody".

    Nevertheless, this album is still worth listening to. For me the highlights are "Never Cried", "Eastern Breeze" and "Sea Of Sand", the latter of which we have all heard before. The album version of this doesn't differ much.

    In summary: not an album you'll be listening to in a year, but still good for a few months.