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Suzuki
Tosca
Suzuki
Genres: Dance & Electronic, International Music, Pop
 
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Tosca's second album 'Suzuki' (Studio K7) takes a lighter, airier approach to the trip-hop terrain that Opera explored. The spare, shimmering title track's delicate synth textures, minimal beats, mellow rhythms, and breath...  more »

     

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All Artists: Tosca
Title: Suzuki
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: P-Vine
Release Date: 5/15/2006
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, International Music, Pop
Styles: Ambient, Electronica, Trip-Hop, Techno, Europe, Continental Europe, Easy Listening
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

Synopsis

Album Description
Tosca's second album 'Suzuki' (Studio K7) takes a lighter, airier approach to the trip-hop terrain that Opera explored. The spare, shimmering title track's delicate synth textures, minimal beats, mellow rhythms, and breathy vocal samples set the tone for the rest of the album's laid-back tracks. Though 'Orozco', 'Bass on the Boat,' and 'Ocean Beat' are more immediate variations on Tosca's relaxed sound, for the most part, 'Suzuki' offers a locked groove of hypnotic, deeply chilled-out epics. This CD has 12 tracks and is packaged in a digipak.

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CD Reviews

No, but seriously, i love these guys
steviekeys | nyc | 09/06/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)

"listen, i hate to say this... come on guys please forgive me... but a short while ago i was listening to "honey", which comes on so brilliant and fresh for about 40 seconds and then turns into another tosca song, and i couldn't help thinking 1) god, these guys got the funk (how do they teach austrian school kids to be funky like that?) and 2) why isn't this more than it is?

of course this isn't the K and D Sessions....ok, i don't hold that against them, wouldn't be fair...how could it be? but the sad fact is that - and i don't really want to admit this to even myself - the first tosca album was so fresh and bright and everything since, well...hasn't been. there is no "chocolate elvis" here, no "f**k dub". or on any album since. i like "delhi 9" a lot, well some of it...those cute vocal numbers with anna clementi. but i just think tosca has reverted to maintaining a brand. is it just me, or do these songs all sound the same?

don't get me wrong...i love these guys, always will, anybody who made those incredible K&D things has my respect until the end of time....but that was then & this is now....just kinda makes me sad."
Buy it
Algernon | Texas | 12/21/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Buy this CD...worth every penny and you'll probably be hooked on Tosca and come back for more."
Tosca take me away
Erin Lusk | 02/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"they are too amazing. just go ahead and buy all their stuff-- just go. now.
and get all kruder & dorfmeister too. and surf around and listen to other stuff on g-stoned (their label-- the have a site)if you end up getting into them-- it is worth the time. some of the stuff on their label is just ok, but some of the stuff is as good as they are.
seriously talented djs.
no matter what you mostly listen to- you are highly likely to enjoy these guys. they are all encompassing like that."