Akufen ‎– My Way

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Force Inc. Music Works ‎– FIM-1-060
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1 Even White Horizons 5:28
2 Installation 8:04
3 Skidoos 8:58
4 Deck The House 6:05
5 Wet Floors 6:18
6 Heaven Can Wait 5:05
7 In Dog We Trust 7:37
8 Jeep Sex 6:06
9 Late Night Munchies 10:02
10 My Way 6:29
11 Deck The House (Herbert Stops Like This Mix)
Remix – Herbert*
5:42

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  • Distributed ByEFA – 59960-2
  • Pressed ByMPO

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Notes

This pressing has the same catalog number as the normal pressing but different artwork and a bonus track: "Deck The House (Herbert Stops Like This Mix)"

Made in France

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18755 99602 7
  • Barcode (String): 718755996027
  • Matrix / Runout: FIM 10602 @@@ 02 20021001 1530 @@@ 4
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1211
  • Label Code: LC 06001

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FIM-1-060 Akufen My Way(CD, Album) Force Inc. Music Works FIM-1-060 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
FIM 226 Akufen My Way(3x12", Album, W/Lbl) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 226 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
FIM 226 Akufen My Way(3x12", Album) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 226 Germany 2002 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 2, 2004

<I>My Way</I>, the debut album by Akufen, was one of my favorite releases of 2003. And not simply because of Marc Leclair’s amazing production technique -- his microsampling is an amazingly time-intensive process -- but because he knows how to craft interesting songs using those microsamples. Listen to how the bits and pieces keep building on “Heaven Can Wait.” Akufen can kick out the jams like the best of them (“In Dog We Trust” is testament to this), but is also versatile enough to handle more ambient pieces, like “Even White Horizons.” Tech-house can sometimes be heavy on the bass and light on the emotion, but “Late Night Munchies” shows that you can integrate both. My personal favorite, “Skidoos,” is smooth tech-house all the way through, starting with song flanged out synth chords and building into a heavenly chorus. The Herbert mix of “Deck the House” (an addition to this edition) doesn’t add much, but it doesn’t need to. This album is fine on its own.