Kammerflimmer Kollektief ‎– Cicadidae

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1 Neumond Inselhin
Music By – Thomas Weber
6:08
2 Sie Tranken Regen
Music By – Heike Aumüller
0:51
3 Über Die Wasserscheide
Music By – Heike Aumüller, Thomas Weber
4:31
4 Blood
Music By – Annette Peacock
1:20
5 ...Denn Nacht Ist Jetzt Schon Bald!
Music By – Thomas Weber
4:57
6 Sie Tranken Regen (Version)
Music By – Christopher Brunner, Dietrich Foth, Heike Aumüller, Heike Wendelin, Johannes Frisch, Thomas Weber
5:12
7 Mantra
Music By – Thomas Weber
4:52
8 Eierdaunen (Gerupft)
Music By – Thomas Weber
6:22
9 Irgendwann: Frühling
Music By – Christopher Brunner, Dietrich Foth, Heike Wendelin, Johannes Frisch, Thomas Weber
6:51
10 There's A Weight On You, But You Can't Feel It
Music By – Heike Aumüller
1:30

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Realization & Production @ Studio Kinda Cloudy, Karlsruhe, 2001/02.
Live-Recording @ Sternberg Studio, Karlsruhe.
Mastering @ Dubplates+Mastering, Berlin.

CD package: Jewel case with 4-page booklet.

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  • Matrix / Runout: 2ULY1<7205>TRR60 DADR
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L481
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8142

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
staubgold 40 Kammerflimmer Kollektief Cicadidae(CD, Album) Staubgold staubgold 40 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
staubgold 40 Kammerflimmer Kollektief Cicadidae(LP) Staubgold staubgold 40 Germany 2003 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 23, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

The Kammerflimmer Kollectief re-emerge with CICADIDAE, a delicious blend of jazz, electronics, and general insanity. For instance, “Neumond Inselhin” starts off with some lovely strings, then gradually adds strange electronic noodlings, and finally ends with a gentle guitar line. “Über Die Wasserscheide” and “...Denn Nacht Ist Jetzt Schon Bald!” both sound like complementary soundtracks to a lonely Western (though the latter devolves into some IDM glitch towards the end), while “Mantra” is slightly icier in its tone. “Eierdaunen (Gerupft)” is similarly cool, but with a tinge of melancholy; “Irgendwann: Frühling” is more uplifting -- almost dreamy. As a whole, the Kammerflimmer Kollectief is reminiscent of the Cinematic Orchestra (if they were allowed full improvisational free-rein) mixed with Jaga Jazzist (if they weren’t so frenetic). Is that a bad thing? Not at all.