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Sluta Leta - ...If You Like Champagne On Ice? album mp3

Sluta Leta - ...If You Like Champagne On Ice? album mp3

Performer: Sluta Leta
Title: ...If You Like Champagne On Ice?
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: IDM
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 729
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If You Like Champagne on Ice. Advertisement. Other albums by Sluta Leta. Sluta Leta 10/31/2000. 1 You Know What I Mean! Sluta Leta 9:26. 2 Champagne on Ice Sluta Leta 2:39. 3 Scoota 11 Sluta Leta 4:56. 4 Kista Sluta Leta 2:43.

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You Know What I Mean! Sluta Leta. 2. Champagne on Ice. Sluta Leta. 3. Scoota 11. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Read about Scoota 11 from Sluta Leta's. if you like champagne on ice? and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Connect to this site.

Released: October 31, 2000. You can sing any song from this artist to help SoundHound users find it!

One first track on side A blends together styles and beats from an imaginary Autechre and DJ Hell jam, with vocals used -rapped?- as in some NY female No Wave

If You Like Champagne on Ice. Chocolate Industries CHLT 010. LP. 2000. If You Like Champagne on Ice. Chocolate Industries CHLT 010CD.

Tracklist

You Know What I Mean! 9:26
Champagne On Ice 2:39
Scoota 11 4:56
Kista 2:43

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CHLT 010 CD Sluta Leta ...If You Like Champagne On Ice? ‎(CD, Maxi) Chocolate Industries CHLT 010 CD US 2000
CHLT 010 Sluta Leta ...If You Like Champagne On Ice? ‎(12", Promo, TP) Chocolate Industries CHLT 010 US 1999
Chlt 010 Sluta Leta ...If You Like Champagne On Ice? ‎(12") Chocolate Industries Chlt 010 US 2000
Reviews (1)
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Year 2000: between analogical and digital production eras, when the Warp sounds was turning to something "usual" and glitch-oriented overwhelming issues were polluting many curious ears. A surprising synthesis of this period is represented by this chic-perfect electronic treasure composed by "language operators" Sluta Leta. One first track on side A blends together styles and beats from an imaginary Autechre and DJ Hell jam, with vocals used -rapped?- as in some NY female No Wave. Side B starts with a super synthetic and funky sound that so much anticipate of the next 10 years, but the epicentre of the whole mass is the B2 tracks: it opens dramatically with a very "serious" horns section and goes deep into much unexplored valleys of machine-like rhythms, claps, wooden sounds, and pneumatic atmospheres. By the third and last track, it all turns into robotic... and you "fully understand it"! Each era has its own ear, it's not clear to which era we should refer Sluta Leta.

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