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One Track Mind (MP3, EP) album cover

Fila BrazilliaOne Track Mind

Label:Twentythree – none
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4 x File, MP3, EP
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo

Tracklist

1Proving Ground2:44
2Mammon Dad4:23
3The Moai4:16
4Dejected, Gumby & Wiped5:10
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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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One Track Mind (4×File, FLAC, EP)TwentythreenoneUK2007

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oblaky
Edited 11 years ago
I can never get enough of Fila Brazillia. Their albums, productions and remixes offer hours of invention, joy and emotion, while remaining umnistakeably Fila. Very few others in the wide electronic genre offer such sustained, joyful creativity. It's evident they have fun with their music and it shows in their tracks all the way through.

One Track Mind is a full-bodied four-track addition to their immensely creative catalogue. The tracks ooze with the Fila-esque cheekiness and lightheartedness, mixing the favourite, (un)familiar elements with a twist, effortlessly flowing from the uplifting opening track to the sensual last one, offering a soundtrack to a joyful evening in your home, whether you're alone or not.

Track 1, Proving Ground - picking up from (and reminiscent of) their previous two albums (Life and Times of Phoebus Brumal, Dicks), making exactly what the title suggests

Track 2, Mammon Dad - a very pleasant surprise, a warm, laid-back summer night Carribean feel, the perfect sensual backdrop to your evening living-room conversations (and beyond...)

Track 3, The Moai - moves seamlessly in deeper nocturnal direction, echoing in spacey, summery places

Track 4, Dejected, Gumby & Wiped - brings the mood closer to closing time and the flesh, with firm, relentless but warming beat that conjures up a red-lit, late-hour club lounge.

A very pleasant listen indeed.