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Chateau Flight*The Meal

Label:Versatile Records – VERCD013
Format:
CD, Album
Country:France
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Electro, Deep House, Disco

Tracklist

1Ongaku4:59
2Down At The Rôtisserie
Featuring [Vocals]Beretta 9
Written-ByS. Murray*
3:02
3Connected
Featuring [Vocals]Nicola Kramer
Written-ByN. Kramer*
5:13
4Cosmic Race8:44
5Secret Liquide3:39
6Les Antipodes
Bass, Vocals, Arranged By [Strings], Written-ByBertrand Burgalat
FluteMagic Malik
Written-ByB. Burgalat*, P. Mounet*
5:22
7Autotrak 12:05
8Autotrak 23:18
91973
Featuring [Vocals], Written-ByShawn Lee
Recorded By [Vocals]Andrew "Andrex" Thornton
3:43
10Superflight
Featuring [Vocals], Written-ByMarie Daulne
6:46
11Les Antipodes (Reprise)
Written-ByB. Burgalat*
2:44
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Credits

Notes

Mastered at Metropolis (London).
Recorded at Victor Studio.

℗ & © Versatile 2004
Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 760015 450562
  • Label Code: LC 13368
  • Matrix / Runout: KDG FR -014645

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The Meal (LP, Album)Versatile RecordsVERLP013France2004
The Meal (CD, Album, Promo)Versatile RecordsVERCD013France2004
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The Meal (CD, Album)Versatile RecordsXACE-20004Japan2004
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The Meal (11×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Versatile RecordsnoneFrance2004

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  • scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    For their first album, Chateau Flight was the jazzy side project of I:Cube (with partner Gilb-r); on their second, _The Meal_, they explore different options: from the J-pop electro of “Ongaku” to the eyeroll-inducing rap of “Down at the Rotisserie.” There’s more electro with “Connected” -- here, Nicola Kramer provides some R&B-inflected vocals. They spaced-out musings of “Cosmic Race,” however, get us back to the Chateau Flight with which we’re more familiar. “Secret Liquide” layers on the nu-jazz with a hint of harsh noir, like bitter chocolate, while “Les Antipodes” has Gallic charm to spare. Their collaboration with Shawn Lee, “1973,” hearkens back to 70s funk with synths from 80s video games, but “Superflight,” with Marie Daulne from Zap Mama, is a lovely, understated jazz gem with African facets. While I appreciate them exploring different avenues, it’s also important to keep in mind what they already excel at.

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