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Sounds Of Life  - II FLAC

Singer:

Sounds Of Life

Album:

II

Genre:

Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1869 mb

MP3 album size:

1919 mb

WMA album size:

1715 mb

Other music formats:

ASF MP4 MP3 AUD XM WMA ADX

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Drum n Bass

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1994

Sounds Of Life - II FLAC


Sounds Of Life  - II FLAC

Tracklist

Currents
Intellect

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CERT1809 Sounds Of Life II ‎(12") Certificate 18 CERT1809 UK 1994
CERT1809 Sounds Of Life Currents / Intellect ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Certificate 18 CERT1809 UK 1994



Urllet
Got a battered Copy of this in with a job lot a while back, scratched to fuck which is a real shame as it's A really nice tune which I will upgrade one day. On a par with Bukem's stuff at the time but don't remember hearing it played out much. Bit of a hidden gem and well worth tracking down a copy
Whitesmasher
Thanks, much appreciated. Not heard this one before, will check it out
Topmen
Hi man. Just read your comment and thought you might like the link to a Bukem set that plays Currents, and the SOL Currents remix from a later release on Cert 18. https://soundcloud.com/dj-jo-public/ltj-bukem-mc-conrad-strictly-jungle-intelligent-deep-dnb-1995safe
Glei
Early track from Source Direct which I bought randomly having liked their Hokusai tunes.Current (at 33rpm). Very funky opening groove which brakes into strange synth pads that rise up unexpectedly. The very best SD tunes are unique because they manage to combine jazz and ambient while keeping the breaks rolling. They have a unique way of chopping up the breaks which give them an almost tribal feel and they use strange chords which give a sense of deep unease. This is one of their best and a bit underrated. I can't imagine it being popular on the dance floor as just too strange, it's like the sound track to a film about bizarre deep sea fish...Intellect (at 45rpm) opens with a blaze of percussion before dropping into lush synths and quaking bass. Not quite SD on autopilot, they set themselves such high standards, but not as memorable as their best stuff.Worth getting for the A side if you like stuff that works both for chilling with a very musical approach.Frank @ London School of Sound

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