|5||Quadra Y Discos||5:41|
|8||Sorry I Make You Lush||3:44|
- Artwork –
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4-panel digipak like cover.
- Barcode (Text): 5 021392 328126
- Barcode (Scanned): 5021392328126
- Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS ZEN91CD 02
- Matrix / Runout (Mould text in inner ring): MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M & L
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
- Mould SID Code: IFPI04D5
|Sorry I Make You Lush (CD, Enhanced, Promo, Album)||Ninja Tune||ZEN CD91P||UK||2004|
|Sorry I Make You Lush (CD, Album, Enhanced)||Ninja Tune, Beat Records||BRC-98||Japan||2004|
|Sorry I Make You Lush (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Green transparent)||Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune||ZEN 91G, ZEN 91||UK||2004|
|Sorry I Make You Lush (2×LP, Album)||Ninja Tune||ZEN 91||UK||2004|
|Sorry I Make You Lush (CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak)||Ninja Tune||ZEN CD91||Canada||2004|
- "Sci-Fi Staircase" contains a sample of Stone's "Girl I Like The Way That You Move".
- Edited 5 years agoThe acid bassline of the main track 'Sorry I Make You Lush' is identical of the one used in 1988 for the famous 'Fluffy Bagel Mix' version of S'Express - Superfly Guy. The difference here is there is real time knobs action with the filters while S'Express's bass track was just repeating during the whole track.
- More cheeky fun from Wagon Christ with SORRY I MAKE YOU LUSH. "Saddic Gladdic" starts things off right with a perky disco-inspired riff, while "I'm Singing" goes a little more moody and simultaneously jittery. "The Funnies" is a sampledelic track, while "Sci-Fi Staircase" swirls itself into blissful layers of sound. The title track is a robot war in outer space, but with banjos and string sections, and "Nighty Night" goes into some straight-up 70s funk bass, with the twinkling riff from Air's "Modular Mix." But the standout is without a doubt "Shadows," which manages to by melodic, funky and sort of sad all at the same time. No apologies needed for the lushness here.
- My personal favorite song is Quadra y Discos. How come no one talks about that song? It has a funky, synthesized guitar with lush, smooth going chords going on in the background and the perfect vocal sounds with some twittering beeps.
Overall, this album is funny, dancable, and enjoyable.
- Edited 15 years agoThis is the reason why should people love Wagon Christ at all. It is the brightest example of ideology of this project. From begin to the end, you can hear a sort of variable beats, melodies, sounds and ideas! Opening Saddic Gladdic kicks everything off and you are flying faster or slower through all the thoughts and moods,slightly or thrilly till you get off at the Nighty Night. I thought that after Tally Ho! there could not be something equal or better, but it is!! Wonderfull!!
But Im sorry if it made me lush :)
- Edited 17 years agoWhat a great album! The man has done it again. In fact, I think this is my favorite Wagon Christ album so far. As always, the tracks are full of all sorts of interesting bits and bobs to tickle the ears and brain; never gets boring or predictable. I love the wide variety of textures, moods, and Luke's fearless 'voyages into the unknown'. He's the sort of artist who follows the white rabbit to fascinating new places without ever worrying about what the peanut gallery will have to say about it. Bravo!