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Booka Shade - Charlotte album flac

  • Performer: Booka Shade
  • Title: Charlotte
  • Size FLAC ver: 1697 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2008
  • Style: Minimal, Tech House
  • Other formats: WMA DXD DMF MOD MP4 MP1 AU
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
Booka Shade - Charlotte album flac

Official video for Booka Shade´s "Charlotte" (GPM090). for more info check ww. hysical-music. directed by Cam Archer, ww. amarcher.

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Booka Shade Charlotte (Album Version).

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Слушать песню Booka Shade – Charlotte (Tech-house) онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве (320 кбит/с) на телефон (Android, Iphone) вы можете на сайте MusicId. ru, а также другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Booka Shade Charlotte (Booka Shade s No Pain No Gain Mix). Booka Shade Shaded (Original Mix). Booka Shade Charlotte (Mic Newman Remix). Booka Shade - Movements 2006 (Electronic, Electro, Leftfield, Minimal, Disco-Tech House, Downtempo) . andarine Girl (Album Version). Booka Shade The Door (2010). Booka Shade Night Falls (2006, Album Version). Booka Shade Control Me (2008).

This song is by Booka Shade and appears on the album The Sun & The Neon Light (2008). this site: Charlotte.

Album: Charlotte - Single, 2008. Booka Shade's Charlotte remixed by Mic Newman. Has been played on. United Kingdom 1.


Charlotte (Remix)
Charlotte (Booka's No Pain No Gain Mix)
Charlotte (Dubfire Remix)
Charlotte (Matchbox's Right Or Wrong Mix)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GPM090 Booka Shade Charlotte ‎(12") Get Physical Music GPM090 Germany 2008
GPM090 Booka Shade Charlotte ‎(12", Promo, TP) Get Physical Music GPM090 Germany 2008
GPM 090 Booka Shade Charlotte ‎(4xFile, MP3, 320) Get Physical Music GPM 090 Germany 2008

Comments (1)

The first track on the release is simply labelled "remix", leading me to believe the new album will contain the original mix. This tune sounds like a leftover from "Movements", an album I have enjoyed many times over. It has the same smooth bass line, the same clapper sounds, and the same warbly synths as many of their previous tracks. Added is some soft female harmonising which is a nice touch. However, while this is undeniably "pure Booka", "Charlotte (Remix)" is missing the infectious hooks and catchy strains that made "Night Falls", "Body Language" and "Mandarine Girl" so popular, instead employing an unmemorable melody. While hardcore fans will no doubt still fawn over this release, I'm disappointed to see such a sameness of sound two years on. Though generally this is a solid track, cruising along with typical Booka ease, somehow dancey and relaxing at the same time, it still feels a bit dusty, as we've heard this exact same sound too often. Nevertheless, a good listen. The second track on the release is "Booka's No Pain, No Gain Mix", which really adds little to the aforementioned description, being more for DJ programming usage than anything else it would seem. Third up is the Dubfire Remix. Yawn. Why the hell does everyone go crazy for Dubfire productions? Ali's music makes me positively sleepy; it's a fine example of "plodding" techno; music that has no soul, no rhythm, and goes no where. In this generic track, that great Booka bass line has been removed and replaced with a monotonous string pluck and boring hats. Horrible, absolutely horrible. This would be fine if there was melody to keep things happening, but the melody has been largely stripped back too, leaving nothing but pure poo with which to indulge our ears; six minutes of dubby bass line and minimal percussion with minute variations. Three tracks in and I'm less than impressed. But! In flies newcomer Matchbox, with his "Right Or Wrong" remix, single-handedly saving the day! Matchbox's version adds a happier bass line, switches the Booka percussion for something slightly different, and pours a whole lot of emotion on top, a stark contrast to Dubfire's cold remix. Providing most of the feeling in the track is a blissful breakdown which uses an array of interesting sounds, but ties them altogether nicely, with my favourite being the 80's style tom-toms. Altogether is has a more serene feel than the other three tunes, and clearly shows that Matchbox put of lot of work into this, as rising producers out to impress the world tend to do. On the other hand, the other three songs feel positively heartless and rushed; the efforts of uninspired producers completely comfortable within the scene, knowing that their names alone will be enough to make people go gaga over their work. On the whole, a disappointing release, but worth it for the last track alone.

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