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London Elektricity - Syncopated City FLAC album

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1 Bare Religion
Written-By – Bettye Crutcher
6:28
2 This Dark Matter
Backing Vocals – Tony Colman
7:04
3 Just One Second
Backing Vocals – Tony ColmanWritten-By, Vocals – Elsa Hedberg
5:38
4 All Hell Is Breaking Loose 4:44
5 Southeastern Dream 6:45
6 Attack Ships On Fire
Vocals – Tomahawk
6:02
7 Point Of No Return
Backing Vocals – Tony Colman
5:55
8 Outnumbered
Vocals – Tony ColmanWritten-By, Backing Vocals – Liane Carroll
5:16
9 Uska 5:42
10 Sat Nav
Vocals – Tony Colman
6:47
11 Syncopated City Revisited 6:27

Credits

  • Art Direction – Chris Goss
  • Artwork By [Illustration] – Stephen Walter
  • Design – Ricky Trickartt*
  • Horns, Strings – Orchestra Galactica*
  • Written-By, Producer, Mastered By – Tony Colman
  • Written-By, Vocals – Liane Carroll (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 7, 11)

Notes

Recorded at Home and mixed at Hospital May 2007 - May 2008
Bare Religion incorporates elements of 'Why Marry' by The Sweet Inspirations

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 666017190624

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NHS142LPX London Elektricity Syncopated City ‎(2x12", Promo, W/Lbl, Gat) Hospital Records NHS142LPX UK 2008
NHS142LPX London Elektricity Syncopated City ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Hospital Records NHS142LPX UK 2008
NHS 142CD London Elektricity Syncopated City ‎(11xFile, WAV, Album) Hospital Records NHS 142CD UK 2008
NHS 142CD London Elektricity Syncopated City ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Hospital Records NHS 142CD UK 2008
NHS142LPX London Elektricity Syncopated City ‎(4x12", Ltd, Gat) Hospital Records NHS142LPX UK 2008


London Elektricity - Syncopated City FLAC album

Musician performer: London Elektricity

Title: Syncopated City

Country: UK

Date of release: 2008

Style: Drum n Bass

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1849 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 135

Other Formats: MP2 AUD MIDI DMF AU DTS MP1

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This album not appear in the discography.Syncopated City - only a single.How is this possible?
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This album not appear in the discography.Syncopated City - only a single.How is this possible?
Clonanau
Good album from London Elektricity. A little lacking in cohesion, but the songs are top notch for the most part. Still with signature jazzy vibes, and a laid back but still tight breaks sprinkled around, the third outing by London Elektricity still shows why he should be running the monster Hospital label. Defintiely worth a listen for any electronic music fan.Top tracks:Bare ReligionAll Hell Is Breaking LooseSyncopated City Revisited
Clonanau
Good album from London Elektricity. A little lacking in cohesion, but the songs are top notch for the most part. Still with signature jazzy vibes, and a laid back but still tight breaks sprinkled around, the third outing by London Elektricity still shows why he should be running the monster Hospital label. Defintiely worth a listen for any electronic music fan.Top tracks:Bare ReligionAll Hell Is Breaking LooseSyncopated City Revisited
Uriel
When you have an album start off with a cracking track such as "Bare Religion," you can only hope that the rest of it continues that quality. And does London Elektricity's SYNCOPATED CITY live up to the promise? Well, "This Dark Matter" sure does, with its heavy drums and moody vocals. "Just One Second" has a more upbeat vibe, and "All Hell is Breaking Loose" goes further in the happy direction. And something about the layering of vocal sounds on "Southeastern Dream" makes that track particularly blissful, as do the strings on "Point of No Return." When Liane Carroll takes vocal duties, she's quite reliable; Tony Colman's own vocals aren't as strong, however, and it shows. Still, when you have the instrumental bass-and-piano of "Uska," you tend to forget his vocals on the previous track ("Outnumbered") rather quickly. So on the final track, "Syncopated City Revisited," the syncopation comes into full-effect. You'll want to visit this city several times, I think.
Uriel
When you have an album start off with a cracking track such as "Bare Religion," you can only hope that the rest of it continues that quality. And does London Elektricity's SYNCOPATED CITY live up to the promise? Well, "This Dark Matter" sure does, with its heavy drums and moody vocals. "Just One Second" has a more upbeat vibe, and "All Hell is Breaking Loose" goes further in the happy direction. And something about the layering of vocal sounds on "Southeastern Dream" makes that track particularly blissful, as do the strings on "Point of No Return." When Liane Carroll takes vocal duties, she's quite reliable; Tony Colman's own vocals aren't as strong, however, and it shows. Still, when you have the instrumental bass-and-piano of "Uska," you tend to forget his vocals on the previous track ("Outnumbered") rather quickly. So on the final track, "Syncopated City Revisited," the syncopation comes into full-effect. You'll want to visit this city several times, I think.