Groove Armada Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub) Vertigo 256k

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Name:Groove Armada Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub) Vertigo 256k

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Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub) (Size: 254.39 MB) (Files: 32)

 Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)

  01 - Suntoucher.mp3

11.93 MB

  02 - Superstylin'.mp3

11.00 MB

  03 - Drifted.mp3

8.99 MB

  04 - Little by Little.mp3

10.08 MB

  05 - Foqma.mp3

12.62 MB

  06 - My Friend.mp3

9.16 MB

  07 - Lazy Moon.mp3

12.17 MB

  08 - Raisin' the Stakes.mp3

10.19 MB

  09 - Healing.mp3

10.76 MB

  10 - Edge Hill.mp3

12.84 MB

  11 - Tuning In - Dub Mix.mp3

8.60 MB

  12 - Join Hands.mp3

7.28 MB

  13 - Likwid.mp3

9.61 MB

  Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub).jpg

23.28 KB

  Groove Armada - Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub).m3u

0.80 KB

 Groove Armada- Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)- Vertigo -256k.nfo

2.42 KB

 Groove Armada- Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)- Vertigo -256k.sfv

4.35 KB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB


  01 - Chicago.mp3

13.47 MB

  02 - Whatever, Whenever.mp3

6.98 MB

  03 - Dusk You & Me.mp3

10.32 MB

  04 - Pre 63.mp3

11.79 MB

  05 - If Everybody Looked The Same.mp3

6.66 MB

  06 - Serve Chilled.mp3

9.44 MB

  07 - I See You Baby.mp3

8.58 MB

  08 - A Private Interlude.mp3

7.14 MB

  09 - At The River.mp3

11.99 MB

  10 - In My Bones.mp3

8.69 MB

  11 - Your Song.mp3

9.40 MB

  12 - Inside My Mind (Blue Skies).mp3

14.63 MB

  Groove Armada - Vertigo.m3u

0.83 KB


9.56 KB

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Groove Armada - Vertigo - Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)
Artist...............: Groove Armada
Album................: Vertigo-Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)
Genre................: Dance/Electronic
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1999/2002
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode -test and copy)
Codec................: LAME 3.97
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: CBR 256, (avg. bitrate: 256kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Ripped On............: 27/07/2008
Total File Size......: 254MB
Tracker..................: Demonoid
1. (00:07:21) Groove Armada - Chicago
2. (00:03:48) Groove Armada - Whatever, Whenever
3. (00:05:38) Groove Armada - Dusk You & Me
4. (00:06:26) Groove Armada - Pre 63
5. (00:03:38) Groove Armada - If Everybody Looked The Same
6. (00:05:09) Groove Armada - Serve Chilled
7. (00:04:41) Groove Armada - I See You Baby
8. (00:03:54) Groove Armada - A Private Interlude
9. (00:06:33) Groove Armada - At The River
10. (00:04:45) Groove Armada - In My Bones
11. (00:05:08) Groove Armada - Your Song
12. (00:07:59) Groove Armada - Inside My Mind (Blue Skies)
Playing Time.........: 01:04:59
Total Size...........: 119.11 MB
Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub)
1. (00:06:31) Groove Armada - Suntoucher
2. (00:06:00) Groove Armada - Superstylin'
3. (00:04:54) Groove Armada - Drifted
4. (00:05:30) Groove Armada - Little by Little
5. (00:06:53) Groove Armada - Foqma
6. (00:05:00) Groove Armada - My Friend
7. (00:06:39) Groove Armada - Lazy Moon
8. (00:05:34) Groove Armada - Raisin' the Stakes
9. (00:05:52) Groove Armada - Healing
10. (00:07:00) Groove Armada - Edge Hill
11. (00:04:42) Groove Armada - Tuning In - Dub Mix
12. (00:03:58) Groove Armada - Join Hands
13. (00:05:15) Groove Armada - Likwid
Playing Time.........: 01:13:48
Total Size...........: 135.24 MB
NFO generated on.....: 27/07/2008 17:36:50

While the tempos on Groove Armada's Vertigo vary from Fatboy Slim-ish party rockers to Air-like downtempo ambient grooves, the songs themselves are downright simple, sample-laden, and sugary sweet. And though those adjectives would be fightin' words in many contemporary dance subgenres, it is not meant as anything other than praise here. The sophomore full-length by London duo Tom Findlay and Andy Cato is unabashedly pleasurable--this is straightforward, hook-heavy stuff, aimed perfectly for the airwaves. Entire six-minute songs are crafted from just a few samples. This approach may strike some as lazy, but the music is invitingly melodic, modern dance-pop, and you'll want to hear the songs over and over, especially the uptempo "I See You Baby" and the mellow "At the River.
Vertigo is the album that brought Groove Armada into the big time, with good reason too. While it keeps most of the soul and groove of Northern Star, it also boasts better production values and some club-ready hits, like “I See You Baby” and “If Everybody Looked the Same.” But it also has the gorgeous downtempo tracks “Dusk You & Me,” “Serve Chilled,” and “Inside My Mind (Blue Skies)” and the slow jam “Pre 63.” And, of course, “At the River” is so good that it had to make a repeat appearance here. There’s a romantic quality to the vocals of “Your Song,” which is put in counterpoint to the phat beats. You can hear their sound developing -- another strong entry in the Groove Armada legacy.

Goodbye Country (Hello Nightclub
The summer's glut of media fuss over 'chill out' music being the new black and the coolest thing ever (hey, I saw that 30 page article on the art of chilling and that commercial hawking a compilation CD that's made of ice) can be attributed to the likes Groove Armada et al. They have raised the profile of down tempo way above and beyond the computer bleeps and swishes with a mixture of astute sampling and great musicianship. Come on, be honest - three albums down and a shed load of great tunes, they are all over it like a rash.

Confident enough in their own ideas, Groove Armada are a band that make merit through what they leave out of their music as opposed to how much they can cram in. In short, with Andy Cato and Tom Finlay, less is more. Subtle instrumentation and smooth production keep Goodbye Night (Hello Nightclub) engrossing, regardless of whether they're aiming for the dance floor or the sofa.

The first single "Super Stylin'" is reggae-house at it's finest. So what if it's been done before? The hook and vocals are fantastic and let's face it any track whose bass line is big enough to bowl over a bungalow has got to be worth the gamble with the speaker cones. The four to the floor chunk of "Fogma" and "Healing" is yet further demonstration that Groove Armada can cut it 'up' as well as 'down'.

The breaks and old skool electro funk of "Raisin' The Stakes" is proof positive of how well they can lend themselves to a sound that is largely being forged by prominent others. For obvious reasons the furore over UK hip hop seldom includes Groove Armada yet whilst the likes of Mark B and Blade, Skitz and Roots Manuva fly the flag, the Armada have made some great breakbeats. Whilst "Sun Toucher" featuring the gifted Jeru Tha Damaja, "Raisin The Stakes" and "Whatever Whenever" from Vertigo have featured US based artist, musically their approach and contribution should not be ignored.

Like the others before it, this record eases in and out of styles gracefully. The heartfelt string arrangements of "Edge Hill" take the vibe of "At The River" and sail it down stream only for it to be picked up by Andy's cheeky trombone parp and a brief reprise of one of Vertigo's finest moments and a firm reminder that Groove Armada have done it again.

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