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FronteraFrontera

Label:Music For Dreams – zzzcd0017
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Denmark
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Disco

Tracklist

1Nature6:43
2Rouge6:29
3Everything Changes
VocalsSophie Barker
Written-ByP. Herbert*, P. Mison*, S. Barker*
5:07
4Charity
PercussionJeff Scantlebury
6:15
5Ku Number One5:03
6Walking In The Rain
VocalsLuca Santucci
Written-ByVanda / Young*
5:00
7Let Yourself Go4:46
8A Baia
PercussionJeff Scantlebury
VocalsSophie Barker
Written-ByP. Herbert*, P. Mison*, S. Barker*
6:04
9How To Get Ahead...5:29
10Rouge (Reprise)5:12
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p & c_2006 music for dreamss [denmark]_all rights reserved

Mastered @ Delta Quadrant.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 709498 203362
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5709498203362
  • Matrix / Runout: [SDC logo] ZZZCD0017-1 060208105
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L402
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6835
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM n©b

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scoundrel
Frontera, the downtempo offshoot of Reverso 68, only released one self-titled album, and it’s appearance on famed chill-out label Music for Dreams lets you know what it’s all about. The hints of Reverso 68’s nu-disco still come through though, as the spacey dub of “Nature” makes clear. “Rouge” has a moody funk to it that adds a nice touch, good enough to re-emerge at the end of the album in a reprise. Sophie Barker’s filtered vocals on “Everything Changes” contribute a dreamy touch (she reappears on the dub-inflected “A Baia”). Some Latin touches find their way onto “Charity,” while “Ku Number One” sticks close to the electro before “Walking in the Rain” takes it to the groove. “Let Yourself Go” continues that vein until “How to Get Ahead…” reminds us that the answer is ‘slowly.’ A frontier worth exploring!