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These tracks cannot be purchased individually but are available to download as part of the release Close. Weird as only the Europeans know how. The biggest surprise however is secreted away at the end of the CD, with a hidden track showing a hitherto undiscovered distorted rock house number. The Law Is Wrong. Good-time ’70s hip-hop is the life and soul of this sophomore album — “We Came to Party” and jo Stop” the most obvious examples of a track listing which sees the German throwing all manner of styles into his sonic blender.
Styles Gangsta Rap Hardcore Rap. From the dancehall flex and reggae pulses of the K-Ross vocalled “Listen Up” through to the more contemporary broken beats of “Fire” and “Overkill” this has good-time written all over ris, though it is at the Parliament-ary rumble of “Mind You Head” and “Funk the Rich” where everything really gels, bold brass sections spiralling out over the bump and grind basslines.
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Jazz Latin New Age. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. We Came To Party acappella. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Christoph Gottsch follows his debut Spirit of Malente with a second full-length dominated by block-rocking booty-shakers.
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We Came to Party. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Review It’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since Malente’s album No Risk No Funk was released, its mixture of party funk, electro basslines and French touch synth production see “Natural High” and “Fire” for prime examples pre-empting much of the electro boom later in the decade. Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. The Law Is Right.