Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
City Of Industry (1997 Film)
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Soundtracks
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Jack Sprat | Plabo, Nicaragua | 07/18/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great electronic soundtrack. Every track is worthy of five stars, so I give this album the same. This isn't as good as "The Saint" soundtrack, so get that one first if you possess neither of these titles. The overall mood of the CD is dark, but in a fresh way. Massive Attack's "Three" is a slow sexy track. Lush's "Last Night (Darkest Hour Mix)" is a melancholic track. Tricky is Tricky with his track "Overcome"...you know the usual creepy sound. Bomb the Bass' "Bug Powder Dust" is the most upbeat song on the album. Death in Vegas comes with "Rocco (Sing for a Drink Mix)," almost tying with Red's "Mr. Jones" as my favorite tracks on the CD. I don't skip Palm Skin Productions' "Walking Through Water," but it is my least favorite clocking in at 9:22 and not going anywhere in that time. Lionrock has the next upbeat song behind Bomb the Bass with "Call a Cab," which feels like a 60's track. Butter 08's "Degobrah (Jupiter Mix)" is moving too, and I love the dub in it, "I'm not a role model." Photek's track "The Hidden Camera" sounds like a Roni Size track, and its beat is very good. "Mr. Jones" is probably my favorite track, if I just had to choose. It's kind of like a DJ Shadow track influenced with a little Moby. It's a little upbeat, but it really sounds dramatic if anything. This CD has been in my collection since '97, so it is a winner."