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Frogacult-Something for Sundays (Iboga rcs)

Dance N Dust
Dance N Dust

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Posted : Dec 26, 2004 16:48
great music most i like 1,3,4 and trck nr 8

great sound..
Frogacult
Frogacult

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Posted : Dec 30, 2004 21:11
Hola guys & girls!

We've really enjoyed reading your comments on the album. We're truly glad to see that so many of our thoughts and ideas regarding the atmospheres on the album have been picked up and noticed. That's something that we'd only hope for...

Many thanks to all of you who gave this album a try, we're really proud to have you listening.

Also, a special thanks for the indepth reviews posted. It's amazing to see what you get out of the music and we can't thank you enough for this. You guys rock!


Hope to be playing for ya' soon,

Casper & Mikkel
psy^soldier
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Posted : Dec 31, 2004 16:27
great albom here i fly when i listen to it


frogacult cant wait you come to israel
Taku
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Posted : Jan 11, 2005 16:42
Alright I dont feel like writing a full review here, but i have been listening to this one for over 2 weeks now and i must say that this is a great first album from these Danes.

Outstanding!! Love these transtions that u make with the lost in translation samples... and the music itself is great too... especially the first half of the cd!!           New Aqua Site
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Dai
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Dai aka Amatti

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Posted : Jan 18, 2005 10:32
Massive release from Iboga since Antix album. Phat production and strong forest grooves, I just love it.Cannot help danceing to it. Definately not only for Sunday, it works very well on Tuesday as well. Hat off to Froga bros.

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Reshef-Quantize
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Posted : Jan 19, 2005 00:57
really fllufy albom&sound i like it alot
keep the grooving !
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ProSect

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Posted : Jan 22, 2005 15:23
Frogacult "Something For Sundays"
Iboga Records, 2004

Review Intro: Saturday morning (sunday isn't a holiday in Israel), woke up a bit late, small hangover after some bar sessions during the night. Playing some chill music while grabbing some breakfast. Ok, i'm done, took one beer with me and dropped myself to the sofa. The volume is on mid-high level and lows gained up a bit, pushed the play button, here we go...

01. No Rush: First track on the album, let's see how it sets my mood. After short intro came the drums and the pumping bass followed by soft and wide synth lines that filled with verbs and delays. The break in the middle made me a vision of a morning in some village at the spring time. Ok, the groove back and i'm starting to flow with that rhythm, the synths make the vibe a bit darker so i feel like the lazy sun isn't here yet.

Rating: 8/10

02. All Seasons: Strarts with percussion and bass combination, then a sudden screamy lead sound comes with the drums. This lead is still here and makes me awake, loads of effects and percussive lines leading into the housy part of the song. While the housy groove runs, more synths and various sounds are coming till the end of the song. I must say it's more massive and deep then the previous song.

Rating: 9/10

03. Back To The Woods: Here we faded to the next song, the kick starts straight from the beginning and the bass pumps fast. same bass sound as was on the first song. Ok, let's close the eyes and try to go to the woods. Indeed some water and wood sounds help us in this journey. A break, the bass somewhere far from here a cool lead part comes. As the drums back, the song goes smoothly into pure psy soundscapes. I love the electro stab sound, makes me dizzy. The tune ends by fading out, i'm ready for the next journey.

Rating: 9/10

04. The Black Mamba: Collaboration with Rene "Beat Bizarre", looks promising! Amazing intro, wide synth chords and female vocals, here comes the synth line, it fades in till the breakout and the magic groove comes. This groove makes me dance - i'm not on sofa anymore, tribal percussion comes and some goblin vocal (probably he came from the woods). Beautiful synth lines! In middle comes the break that transofrmates and give us a pure blast, now we back on floor with some cool bass and synths. That was the best tune till now, could be it's the best on the album.

Rating: 10/10

05. We Sell Shivas: Collaboration with Jonas Hultman. Hard kick and great percussion is what we got in the beginning. Great work on percussion, pads, bass and synth sounds that go thru all the song. That tune got a hypnotic vibe and also a great one for the dancefloor.

Rating: 8/10

06. She's Got The Dreamer's Disease: Something happens here in the intro, the bell sound prepares me for the journey. Yes, as i suspected, groovy stuff - funky bassline. A girl voice says that they want something. True, as the Frogacult guys wanted, it brought me out of the chaos. Amazing sound work, the bass addon that starts in the middle and end up by the end of the song is really groovy. Peace and love all we need.

Rating: 9/10

07. Chutney Punch: Oh yeah, finally a change in the vibe and similarity of the songs. Deep kick attached with wide bass, delayed and pitched by the end chords with some electro sounds. This track is really deep and progressive, really takes me to the city nights. Well done.

Rating: 10/10

08. That Day In December: Last track, intro that makes you think of that - "is all over?". Not yet, massive and deep bass is here. What's that? Sweeped resonanced synths followed by trippy pads. In the middle of the song some melody comes, it continues till the end. Those pads and leads hypnotize me, please don't stop! I've made it thru, the end just showed me that it's not over and i should keep on grooving for the rest of the day.

Rating: 9/10

Review Outro: Thanks to Mikkel & Casper for wonderfull journey, sometimes smooth and sometimes clear but most important of all that it guided me directly and without loosing the vibe thru all the album.

Cover Art: 9/10

Sound: 9/10

Album Concept: 9/10

Overall Rating: 9/10

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Taken from ProSect's homepage: http://www.prosect.tk > Journal: Reviews

Thanks goes to Banel and Frogacult.          Without Deviation, Progress Is Not Possible.

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Nokturnal
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Posted : Apr 1, 2005 09:43
This is an INCREDIBLE release.

The Black Mamba is easily one of the best progy psy tracks I have heard in a VERY long time.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

Darvin.
prowe
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Posted : Apr 12, 2005 15:22
this album is one of my favorite ever... groovy progressive trance the iboga way....!!!:)

1, 2(!!),4(!!!),5(!!),6,8(!!!)
NextWorld
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Posted : Feb 27, 2007 17:01
Still.....wow....

there´s no album that i´ve listened more to.

To bad they stopped working together, and there will be no follow-up
atlanticark


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Posted : Mar 1, 2007 15:01
they stopped working together? didnt know that! Such a pity. Something for Sundays is certainly a classic.
xrust
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Posted : Mar 1, 2007 22:36
yes indeed sad news!anybody knows anything about individual work 0f any of the 2?
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Acidhive
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Posted : May 16, 2007 20:33
A really nice album. I've been listening to this again recently and it still manages to lift my spirits. It's too bad they stopped working together. After the track "Bye She Said" on the Set:5 compilation by Iboga, I had high hopes for their new album which was said to be in the works. Alas... But still, let's be glad they produced this. It's a classic in my opinion.           "Subconscious unravels at the point of death, and all time it has known erupts into a moment. As death extinguishes us, so we become it."

[Esoteric: Subconscious Dissolution Into The Continuum]
epued
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Posted : May 19, 2007 22:20
this album is going to be remembered as one of the best progressive releases.
a true history!
and the most important thing is that it still suits perfectly in innovative progressive dj-sets that unfortunately are becoming rare lately           https://www.facebook.com/lotusfeetrecs | http://soundcloud.com/younion
SinSilly


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Posted : May 19, 2007 23:11
It's nice to read how dead serious everyone is about how good this release is. This album still sounds at full strength wich makes it a classic. Amazing live-sets as well. Music for the inner peace..

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