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Old 12-07-2010, 11:46 AM   #1
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Exclamation David Holmes - This Films Crap Lets Slash The Seats (2CD) (1998)

Artist: David Holmes
Title Of Album: This Films Crap Lets Slash The Seats
Label: 1500 Records
Genre: Techno, Downtempo
Quality: mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps

CD #1
1-01 No Mans Land 12:45
1-02 Slash The Seats 7:18
1-03 Shake Ya Brain 9:14
1-04 Got Fucked Up Along The Way 8:16
1-05 Gone 8:09
1-06 The Atom And You 6:40
1-07 Minus 61 In Detroit 9:21
1-08 Inspired By Leyburn 8:02
1-09 Coming Home To The Sun 7:44

CD #2
2-01 Gone (First Night Without Charge - Remix by Two Lone Swordsmen) 9:59
2-02 Gone (The Kruder & Dorfmeister Session TM) 7:51
2-03 Mosh It 6:13
2-04 Slash The Seats (Slash The Beats) 6:40
2-05 The Connecting Flight Syndrome) 7:40
2-06 Smoked Oak 7:33
2-07 Gone (Alter Ego Decoding Gone Part 2) 5:42
2-08 Gone (Second Night Without Charge - Remix by Two Lone Swordsmen) 8:37

David Holmes has gone through a number of incarnations in his musical career, and his debut album, "This Films Crap Lets Slash The Seats" shows off his post-progressive techno phase: crafter of cinematic soundtracks. No Mans Land conjures a dusty Western on the surface of Mars, even after the martial drums kick in. Slash The Seats is an outer space acid monster, while Shake Ya Brain gets a good groove going. Got Fucked Up Along the Way starts off with a twee melody and transposes it into an almost tribal workout. Sarah Cracknell lends her voice to the post-modern torch song of Gone. And Minus 61 In Detroit offers some tantalizing glimpses of glistening Detroit techno. The mysterious Inspired by Leyburn hints at alien invasions and monuments, while the dreamy Coming Home to the Sun drifts in the atmosphere like a high cloud. On the United States-only second disc of b-sides and remixes, Two Lone Swordsmen deliver two remixes of Gone, going from a long, jazz-inflected jam on First Night Without Charge to the house-ready Second Night Without Charge. Kruder & Dorfmeister, on the other hand, show an Indian influence on their version of Gone. But the quick breaks of Mosh It re-energize the surroundings. The Connection Flight Syndrome slowly shuffles its way towards a bleeping netherworld, whereas Smoked Oak sets the blipping to a finger-snapping tempo. Definitely stay for the double feature.
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