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Moodorama - Music For Collapsing People FLAC album

Tracklist

Sinzing Sunset Boulevard 6:33
Loss Of Sense 6:18
Mango Mongo 6:09
Are You Comin' 5:30
Viama 10:36
My Vibe 5:42
Uncertainty 5:39
Jupiter 07 5:24
Mono Luv 5:21
Mindless Moments 3 5:20

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
sd049, cd 0045492ste Moodorama Music For Collapsing People ‎(CD, Album) Stereo Deluxe, Stereo Deluxe sd049, cd 0045492ste Germany 2000
SD 049-1 Moodorama Music For Collapsing People ‎(2xLP, Album) Stereo Deluxe SD 049-1 Germany 2000
sd049, cd 0045492ste Moodorama Music For Collapsing People ‎(CD, Album, Promo, car) Stereo Deluxe, Stereo Deluxe sd049, cd 0045492ste Germany 2000


Moodorama - Music For Collapsing People FLAC album

Musician performer: Moodorama

Title: Music For Collapsing People

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2000

Style: Acid Jazz, Downtempo, Future Jazz

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1421 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 469

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Thoginn
More pleasant downtempo from a label that specializes in it. Moodorama's second album, MUSIC FOR COLLAPSING PEOPLE, despite its title, is much sunnier than their first. "Sinzing Sunset Boulevard" is lounge-ready, while "Loss of Sense" has a quick detour to Africa and "Mango Mongo" to Latin-America. American R&B gets a shout-out in "Are U Comin'." The centerpiece of this album is the fun and funky "Viama," which switches gears from a upbeat little number into some dark acid breaks, then back again (but this time with whistles and a melodic synth line that's all smiles.) This, unfortunately, is followed by the lame rap of "My Vibe." The mood darkens some on the latter half of the album, as evidenced by "Uncertainty" and "Mono Luv." Nice, but not outstanding.
Thoginn
More pleasant downtempo from a label that specializes in it. Moodorama's second album, MUSIC FOR COLLAPSING PEOPLE, despite its title, is much sunnier than their first. "Sinzing Sunset Boulevard" is lounge-ready, while "Loss of Sense" has a quick detour to Africa and "Mango Mongo" to Latin-America. American R&B gets a shout-out in "Are U Comin'." The centerpiece of this album is the fun and funky "Viama," which switches gears from a upbeat little number into some dark acid breaks, then back again (but this time with whistles and a melodic synth line that's all smiles.) This, unfortunately, is followed by the lame rap of "My Vibe." The mood darkens some on the latter half of the album, as evidenced by "Uncertainty" and "Mono Luv." Nice, but not outstanding.