Paul St. Hilaire & René Löwe ‎– Faith

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False Tuned ‎– FT 003
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Faith (Vox Mix) 8:53
B Faith (No Vox Mix) 8:35

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© FT003 ℗ 2003 BCP(BMG)

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siskeu

siskeu

February 9, 2017

one of THIS tunes.. can runs forever forever forever
absolute great!
routes

routes

May 25, 2016
One of the best and most beautiful songs of all time, in *any* genre
Bonsjoerd

Bonsjoerd

November 15, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
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seagater

seagater

December 27, 2009

One of the best releases in my collection and in my honest opinion one of the best songs featuring Paul St. Hilaire. Simple but effective, doesn't go anywhere and goes everywhere, a true classic.
noddie

noddie

October 18, 2008
Faith is a timeless recording. It's the kind of track that makes you think about past and future, and the most fundamental things in life. In the sense of athmosphere i would compare it to the track Smile by Rhythm & sound. I Can't listen to it too much, it's a bit i too deep for me.
Airy syntheziser sounds, like we heard more from René löwe under his moniker Vainqueur. I like the Vox mix the most, the vocals make the athmosphere. But the no Vox mix is very good as well, especially if you want to concentrate more on the ambient of the track. I really hope that René löwe will make more of these tracks. Because he, and a few colleagues of him from berlin (basic channel crew and related) are the only producers who are capable of making these kind of deep dub techno tracks. A classic.
chischis

chischis

January 21, 2007
edited over 7 years ago

You can all stop making this stuff now. Really. Faith is pretty much the pinnacle of the Quadrant end of BC-style dub techno. Airy pads, washed-out beats and, thanks to Paul St. Hilaire, some heavenly vocals which - crucially - provides a much-needed hook amongst the dubbery. I can't think of anything else that matches this, save for Quadrant Dub. Lets just hope it gets a repress some day.
Kso_Yxel

Kso_Yxel

November 27, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
Can you believe that this is the first record I ever bought? This record is a true masterpiece,whatever comes from Vainqueur's (Rene Lowe) hands is brilliant,plus it was mastered by Moritz Von Oswald and you know how professional he is too. Such a smooth track,you can play it late at night as a lullaby or early in the morning while drinking your first coffee. It has a nice ambient background and a repetitive theme,but since it has such a nice flow you don't even notice the repetitiveness. The vocal sounds like some ghost that suddenly appears and leaves,maybe I'm the only one who sees it that way but it makes the track more mysterious. This record is a gem,worth every penny and I'm proud that it's the first record in my collection.
ncw

ncw

July 23, 2005
edited over 7 years ago
this is well wigged out