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Sienis - From A Nutter Perspective (Giiwa)

Ah-sid


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Posted : Nov 24, 2007 12:09
insanely intelligent soundscapes with deep,really deep message encoded in it.
i like it a lot cause its not for new bees and fans of full on
chuha
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Posted : Nov 26, 2007 13:21
at the first listening i didnt like that much, because i never was a big fan of suomi saundi etc.

but when i heard it the 2nd time in full length i was really blown away!

sometimes the high bpm are disturbing me because my sets are mostly between 145 and 151 and its a bit difficult for me to integrate tunes with more then 160 bpm

anyways, hes a kind of genius and funny as well and i am really really impressed by the atmosphere and power in his work!

DEEP AND BIG RESPECT EKI!!!!!

steve           -> New DOUBLE V/A coming soon!!!
-> Spontaneous Aerobics Records
-> www.myspace.com/djchuha
-> www.myspace.com/spontaneousaerobics
-> www.spontaneous-aerobics.de
Abasio


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Posted : Nov 30, 2007 08:52
Love this album
This has brought me back to up tempo music.
It's weird but not stupid. Lots of energy & well used baselines.
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