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    Barbara MorgensternThe Grass Is Always Greener

    Label:Monika Enterprise – monika 47
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Leftfield, Synth-pop

    Tracklist

    1The Grass Is Always Greener4:43
    2The Operator4:23
    3Polar3:24
    4Das Schöne Einheitsbild3:13
    5Unser Mann Aus Hollywood2:45
    6Juist3:53
    7Alles Was Lebt Bewegt Sich3:40
    8Ein Paar Sekunden3:34
    9Die Japanische Schranke5:06
    10Quality Time4:09
    11Mailand2:35
    12Initials B.M.4:09
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    Recorded at BM-Studios Berlin 2005
    Mixed at Bleibeil-Studio Berlin Dec 2005
    Mastered at Calyx Mastering

    © + ℗ 2006 Monika Enterprise
    Published by Maobeat/BMG

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 4 015698 66732 5
    • Label Code: LC 01806
    • Rights Society: GEMA
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L572
    • Matrix / Runout: INDIGO CD 6673-2 A646030-01
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0705

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    The Grass Is Always Greener (LP, Album)Monika Enterprisemonika 47 lpGermany2006
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    The Grass Is Always Greener (CD, Album, Promo, Cardboard sleeve)Monika Enterprisemonika 47Germany2006

    Reviews

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    scoundrel
    Barbara Morgenstern decides that THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER. Maybe not on the other side, but with this album. The title track has a warmth in its melding of acoustic and electronic pop, as if it could have come off Morr Music, but "The Operator" changes tacks and goes for chilly but upbeat electro ("Alles Was Lebt Bewegt Sich" merges the two and even adds an electric guitar). The pianos return on a bit of sadness on "Polar" and stick around for the moderately peppy "Das Schöne Einheitsbild." Morgenstern keeps the mood shifting, adding emotional layers to her tracks, even on the instrumentals "Die Japanische Schranke," "Mailand," and the piano-driven closer, "Initials B.M." The grass might be greener over there, but this album will definitely grow on you.