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Applescal - A Mishmash Of Changing Moods FLAC
Performer:
Applescal
Album:
A Mishmash Of Changing Moods
Style:
IDM, Downtempo, Minimal, Electro
Released:
23 Apr 2010
Country:
Germany
Label:
Traum Schallplatten
Catalog:
TRAUM CD22
FLAC size:
2442 mb
MP3 size:
2922 mb
WMA size:
2776 mb


Tracklist


1Dialeague4:25
2IB Ok1:25
3The Key Of Genes4:54
4Door Weer En Wind16:44
5Observing Enlightenment3:50
6MC Iron4:19
7A Former Curse1:57
8The Flop4:15
9Her Foreverness4:13
10Roofs Of Heaven3:57
11Black Spirals7:46
12The Storm Is Yours4:16
13In Theory3:12
14The Curle In Me3:28


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TRAUM CD22Applescal A Mishmash Of Changing Moods ‎(CD, Album)Traum SchallplattenTRAUM CD22Germany2010
TRAUM CD22, OTLCD1353Applescal A Mishmash Of Changing Moods ‎(CD, Album)Traum Schallplatten, Octave LabTRAUM CD22, OTLCD1353Japan2010


Notes


Comes in plastic wallet with insert (tracklist)


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC-00496


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Album


A Mishmash of Changing Moods - Applescal. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 2010 14 Songs. More By Applescal. A Mishmash of Changing Moods. The Orchard Music от лица компании TRAUM Schallplatten BMG Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские. 14 tracks 68:50. Applescal's real name is Pascal Terstappen. He lived most of his life in Breda, where he came in touch with electronic music and software synthesisers. After four years of messing around he finally began to recognise the sounds of his computer as being the music he had always heard in his head. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. A Mishmas Of Changing Moods, 2010. The frosty breaks of The Curle In Me will almost blind you at the start of what turns out to be a startlingly strong album. Applescal's A MISHMASH OF CHANGING MOODS does just that, switching from the shiny ambience of Dialeague to the dark 44 stomp of MC Iron. The Key of Genes starts off with a beat which gets smothered until bright layers of synths, drowning in a pool of glitter. Applescal excels at having his bright tones float atop a deeper bass, opening up space and giving the sound dimensionality. A Mishmash of Changing Moods recalls, variously, Warp icons like Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada, Border Community acts like Ricardo Tobar and Fairmont, or even the day-trip shoegaze of Ulrich Schnauss. Dialeague is a bright, sturdy bit of electronica, a shimmery synth melody submerged beneath rushing atmospherics, while The Key of Genes grinds across a stubby beat and grainy, soft focus synth warbles. Applescal featured various styles on his debut album A Slaves Commitment , now his new album, although called a A Mishmash Of Changing Moods , has much more of a strong directive and last but not least has evolved in a true masterpiece of storytelling Working stronger on a conceptional level has allowed him to pull all the tricks out of the bag. The whole album feels more classy and is one piece of music which pushes you back in to your seat and does not let you go until the very end. A Mishmash Of Changing Moods. Release Date 2010-04-12. Label Traum. My Ever Changing Moods is a song by the English band The Style Council which was their fifth single to be released. It was composed by lead singer Paul Weller, recorded at Weller's own studio Solid Bond Studios, and was released in 1984. It is the first single from the band's début album, Café Bleu 1984, which was renamed My Ever Changing Moods in the United States to capitalise on the success of that single