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9 thoughts on “ Do You Believe - London Elektricity - Pull The Plug (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Discogs: CD, Pull The Plug. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。2/5(1).
  2. Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings > London Elektricity Artist Overview Pull The Plug LONDON ELEKTRICITY. Power Ballads LONDON ELEKTRICITY. CD: $
  3. In the summer of , Goss left the duo to manage Hospital Records full time, leaving London Elektricity as a solo act under Colman. From to , Tony Colman pulled together a group of musicians to form London Elektricity Live, touring worldwide, recording several live sessions and releasing two live DVD's.
  4. History. The first incarnation of London Elektricity was the duo Tony Colman and Chris Goss. Founders and backbone of Hospital Records, they also pursued parallel projects under the monikers Peter Nice Trio and Dwarf Electro, but it was their tune "Song In The Key Of Knife" under the guise London Elektricity that first gained them widespread recognition.
  5. London Elektricity's first outing of drum and bass. Pull the plug on this album, because it's too long and gets stale quickly. It's too repetitive as well which further hinders the amount of time I want to spend listening to it. The soul music influence doesn't sound like much of an addition; if it anything it starts to grate after a while.
  6. Classic album: London Elektricity on Pull The Plug. By Future Music (Future Music) 26 February This track was him remixing either Do You Believe or Dirty Dozen, and it just became so different that it took on its own life. We encouraged him to turn it into this strange Latin Jazz thing. It was a bit too fast for house and a bit too.
  7. London Elektricity's debut, PULL THE PLUG, starts by putting the jazz into jazzstep with the well-considered horns and wild double bass of "Song in the Key of Knife." The bass also plays a big role in "P.B.E. (Elektrical Storm)," though the vocals do detract from the effect, but the 70s cop show piano chords of "Shakedown" quickly dispel those.
  8. Pull the Plug is the debut album by drum and bass act London Elektricity, released in June through Hospital Records. [2] [3] The track "Rewind" was inspired by 4hero 's mix of "Blackgold Of The Sun" and features vocals by Liane Carroll, a jazz-folk singer from Hastings, South England.
  9. 'Pull The Plug' is a pale reflection of any London Elektricity material since really. The collection of tunes are from the period and perhaps this was an experimental period for London Elektricity, where they were just trying to find their feet and their own style/5(5).

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