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Performer: Sunjammer
Genre: Electronic
Title: You
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2007
Style: Hardcore, Breakcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1908 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1346 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1753 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 740
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music for programming 2-sunjammer. Bruno Sanfilippo - Piano Textures II, II Cliff Martinez - Wear your seatbelt Max Richter - Flowers for Yulia Tim Hecker - Azure Azure Tim Hecker - In the fog III Christoph de Babalon - High life Part 2 Murcof - Reflejo Jackson C Frank - Milk and honey Inade - Quartered conclusion Tim Hecker - Enima.

The album’s title, Tubular Bells II, is rather apt in this case, because in many ways, the album itself follows closely the broad themes and musical progression featured on the original Tubular Bells. Although composed of 14 songs, a great deal more than the original’s 2, there is nonetheless a feeling of comfortable déja vu as one listens to the tracks. From the quiet, enigmatic opening, so famously featured in The Exorcist to the funky guitar riffs of Sunjammer, you can immediately correlate points of the album to its original counterpart.

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lease/1106139 Catalog number: Z7. 6 Year: 2007.


Sunjammer I Understand Now 2:38
Sunjammer No Regard For Nothing 4:30
Sunjammer Everything 4:53
Nasenbluten Aim @ The Brain (Rmx) 3:13
Sunjammer Type-A-Negative 4:31
Sunjammer No Passion, No Mercy 4:15


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Z71.06 Sunjammer You ‎(12") Zero71 Recordings Z71.06 Netherlands 2007
Z71.06 Sunjammer You ‎(6xFile, FLAC) Zero71 Recordings Z71.06 Netherlands 2007

It's not often you get records like this, where each track is different, interesting and original. It's difficult to do it justice but there really is a track for all occasions here. Hardcore wise, there's the industrial "No Passion, No Mercy", his extra-crunchy remix of Nasenbluten's "Aim at the Brain", and my favourite, Everything, which features oldskool speedcore beats edited into interesting rhythms, with beautiful cut up strings over the top to great effect. There's also "No Regard For Nothing", a bit of dancefloor friendly amen breakcore which still manages to sound different, and "Type-A-Negative", which is broken hardcore with a sort of rolling groove, and sounds like not much else i've heard. And to round the record off, "I Understand Now", which is a lovely, slightly melancholy orchestral piece, perfect for starting a set. All in this is a fantastic EP from a criminally overlooked producer. If you like hard music at all you need this!