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Electric Hush
Electric Hush
Genre: Dance & Electronic


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Title: Electric Hush
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Genre: Dance & Electronic
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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Lush down-tempo sounds
aqwaqwa | Pasadena, California United States | 08/08/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album has several classics - the cleric and E.V.A. amongst them. But aside from the great tracks is the warm, lush, and peaceful sounds (not quite ambient) that bring a sense of meditative calm and reassuring warmth. This is a electronic album, not a dance album. Buy this to chill or sleep to."
Sailing the world with Heights Of Abraham by © PRNJ
Paulo Junior | RIO DE JANEIRO, Ipanema y Jacarézinho, Glória e No | 04/19/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Electric Hush was for me the soundtrack to the most joyful trip I ever had, :-) I was sailing around the world, from South America to Russia, and the soft-waving sound of that record still remains in my mind like an image of the dolphins I saw in the ocean. Indeed, there's a track called dolphins, very cute! E.V.A is a mother-of-pearl, rainbow-like track. My friends all say that Electric Hush is much better than any other Pork release, I can't say that, but I can say it's one of the best, unconventional work. Sportif sounds like Fila Brazillia's Luck Be A Weirdo Tonight, it might be just because they where produced at the same studio, by the same guys, I think :-)I would tell you that this CD is worth the price if you are planing to sail away, or if you have time to relax in the weekend, with your girl/boyfriend. Just remeber: Get it slowly. "JAH, RASTAFARI"© PRNJ"
Inspirational, to say the least.
aqwaqwa | 01/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There are only certain times during the day that I deem worthy for listening to Electric Hush. It puts me in a good mood without fail. Being a musician of the electronic genre, I truly believe that Heights of Abraham is a pioneer in "ambient groove", combining the mellow tones of the saxaphone with flawless percussion and soothing bass lines. If you've never heard anything by them, I can assure you that you're missing out."