- Audio CD
- Language: English, English, English
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Amorphous
- ASIN: B007BS0ZFY
- Other Editions: Vinyl
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Vava Voom Import
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2012 release from Electronic/Dubstep DJ and producer Lorin Ashton AKA Bassnectar. On his music style, the artist says ''I tend to refer to Bassnectar as 'omnitempo maximalism,' which means any or all speeds, time signatures, rhythms and every sound source possible. I seem to gravitate toward really heavy tempos, lots of play with double time and half time and using electronic methods to embellish and reinforce other styles of music-maybe ragtime or punk rock or the blues or batucada or polka or salsa or film scores or gangsta rap or beatboxing or Balkan gypsy music or ska.''
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
VaVa Voom - We're off to a strong start with sharp lyrics and bass that delivers. Although the drops are not as crushing as what I came to expect with Timestretch.
Empathy - Fans of Bassnectar will recognize Love Here from Cozza Frenzy. But this is a worthy re-mix.
Ugly - Fast-paced and layered with multiple sounds. One of the more creative stand-outs in this album.
Ping Pong - Aptly named. An infectious track with solid bass.
What - Good grove and fun lyrical samples. Perfect for a work-out.
Pennywise Tribute - I enjoy this song with a heavier rock influence more and more each time I give it a listen.
Do It Like This - Yes please! Awesome hard-hitting Bassnectar style that fans love. This one makes me think I should invest in better headphones.
Laughter Crescendo - Another familiar track. Sounds a lot like Window Seat from Cozza Frenzy. Still this one is worth a listen.
Butterfly - Simply beautiful, one of my favorite tracks on the album.
Nothing Has Been Broken - Solidly well-crafted song. Musical as well as rhythmic.
Chronological Outtakes - Strange and experimental. Not really sure what he was thinking other than giving us a glimpse behind the scenes. It feels like an indy art film from the 60's. I deleted it. But, hey... the rest of the album more than makes up for that one press of the delete button.
Word of advice to people buying vinyl on Amazon, check it within the first 30 days or you’ll be out of your money and a good record like we were. 😢