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    The TimewriterPaintbox

    Label:Plastic City – PLAC 039-2, Plastic City – plac 039-2
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Deep House, Tech House

    Tracklist

    1Opening The Box0:48
    2Love Is Beautiful
    VocalsJean F.*
    6:46
    3Fairies And Angel0:35
    4Ridin' On A High6:08
    5Hallo Nikki0:34
    6Love Trap5:35
    7Audio Prayer0:53
    8Yellow And Blue5:55
    9Inhale0:09
    10Reachin' Out
    Featuring [W/], Vocals, Lyrics By [Lyrix]Theresa Baltimore
    7:01
    11Lion Steps
    Featuring [W/], Vocals, Lyrics By [Lyrix]Theresa Baltimore
    6:36
    12Siamese Hearts6:24
    13Craving1:03
    14The Waterfront6:59
    15Straylight Vagabonds1:30
    16All I've Got
    Featuring [W/], VocalsJimmie Wilson (2)
    7:27
    17Room Of A Million Rainbows
    VocalsJean F.*
    6:30
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    Issued in a Super Jewel Box.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 06802 3
    • Barcode (Scanned): 807297068023
    • Matrix / Runout: www.handlewithcare.de PLAC039-2 A536083-01
    • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9703
    • Rights Society: GEMA
    • Label Code: LC 04675

    Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Paintbox (2×LP)Plastic CityPLAC039-3Germany2005
    New Submission
    Paintbox (2×LP, Promo)Plastic CityPLAC039-3Germany2005
    Paintbox (CD, , Cardboard Sleeve)Plastic City, Plastic CityPLAC 039-2, plac 039-3Germany2005
    New Submission
    Paintbox (17×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Plastic CityPLAC0394Germany2005
    New Submission
    Paintbox (17×File, WAV, Album)Plastic CityPLAC0394Germany2005

    Reviews

    Cardia1's profile picture
    Cardia1
    A very good Album, most tracks evoke big open spaces with a summer night atmosphere. My favorite tracks in this release are : "Ridin' On A High" , "Yellow And Blue", "Reachin' Out", "The Waterfront" and last but not least " Room Of A Million Rainbows" a track that is different from the rest of the album, sounds more like trance, reminds me Paul Van Dyk sound.
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    timmyk83
    The Waterfront not on 12"?
    beatwixt's profile picture
    beatwixt
    I'm very sorry, but I have to disagree with previous comment. Beeing quite familiar with Mr Cochois'es production, I have to say that this is by far the biggest dissappointment in his creation. I was stunned then I expected something like Diary, which is one of the greatest ablums of genre to me...Instead I discovered an album compiled in rush and with hammy tracks. Only few moments here, "Love is Beautiful" and "Love trap". Happily his next work, Soulstickers is more like Timewriter I know, but not quite at the same level as Diary...
    elisirr's profile picture
    elisirr
    Edited 15 years ago
    With this album, The Timewriter once more underlines his outstanding position on the international House scene.
    In exemplary fashion, he shows his feeling for grooves, sounds and vocals that have made him into the highly esteemed and world-wide respected artist he is today.
    As in all of his albums, one notices a certain energy-loaded connectivity between the tracks, a red line if you like, that helps tie each differently coloured song into something of a final bigger picture.
    His unique production style is characterised by the enormous dense and atmospheric sound that one so clearly can distinguish from other writer/producers in the same field.
    Since the mid 1990’s, this sound was an essential contribution to what later became the established musical sub-genre TechHouse.
    His unmistakeable trademark style goes far beyond the dance floors and is based on sophisticated musicality and profound depth.
    As Muzik Magazine wrote: “This is real 21st century soul music, avoid of clichés, overflowing with magic”.
    Dr_Travis's profile picture
    Dr_Travis
    Edited 15 years ago
    What a dissapointment. It's been over three years since the release of Diary, a masterpiece album, and I was so excited to hear that Timewriter had another full length out. My excitement was pretty much crushed after the first listen. This album alternates between cheesey, club house and even cheesier layered trance music - with ridiculous vocal snippets. It doesn't even come close to the amazing deepness and lush production work of his previous albums. It's almost like JFC has been doing nothing but eating pills for the past three years and lost his soul in the process. If I were you, I would treasure your Diary and Jigsaw albums and try to forget this lame venture ever took place.