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Different Tastes of Honey


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Tosca is the joint musical project of Richard Dorfmeister and Rupert Huber from Vienna, Austria. The three Tosca albums „Opera“ (1996), „Suzuki“ (1999) and „Dehli 9“ (2002) are considered milestones of the downtempo genre. Many tracks from Tosca have been released on countless compilations. Singles lsuch as „Fuck Dub“ and ... Read more in Amazon's Tosca Store

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  • Audio CD (March 3, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: G-Stone Records
  • ASIN: B00005V33Z
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #736,651 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Honey [Piano Intro]
2. Honey [Markus Kienzl Dub]
3. Honey [Massi Dub]
4. Honey [Funky Lowlives Dub]
5. Honey [Faze Action Dub]
6. Honey [Biggabush Dub]
7. Honey [Supatone1 Dub]
8. Honey [Only Child Dub]
9. Honey [Organic Audio Dub]
10. Honey [Shelter Ave Dub]
11. Honey [Kieser. Velten Dub]
12. Honey [Azoia Dub]
13. Honey [Freedom Satellite Dub]
14. Honey [Supatone 2 Dub]
15. Honey [Piano End]

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. G. on March 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Once again, Dorfmeister (yes, THAT Dorfmeister) and Huber have released an entire album based upon remixes of one song. This marks the third time that they have done this, and though it may seem bizarre...once again, it works. I won't spoil the music for you, but I will say that the standout track, the Markus Kienzl dub (track 2) is pretty dark, especially for a Tosca remix. It sounds kind of like Massive Attack and Receiver intertwined, actually. Very nice. If you can, catch the video for it. For your convenience (and since Amazon didn't do it), here is the complete list of artists who perform remixes on this album (in order):
Honey-Markus Kienzl dub
Honey-Massi dub
Honey-Funky Lowlives dub
Honey-Faze action dub
Honey-Biggabush dub
Honey-Supatone 1 dub
Honey-Only child dub
Honey-Organic audio dub
Honey-Shelter Ave dub
Honey-Kieser.Velten dub
Honey-Azoia dub
Honey-Freedom Satellite dub
Honey-Supatone 2 dub
All in all, pretty funky stuff...and not one remix sounds like another...so it really flows more like a full album, rather than a compilation. The piano intros/outros which bookend the album are a nice touch as well. Interestingly enough, this also marks the first time that Baby Mammoth has not done a remix for the group...and I'm not sure why. They did the best (and the most) remixes on the "Chocolate Elvis" and "F*** Dub" remix albums. Don't let that sway you, though; this is well worth a purchase. I also recommend the aforementioned remix albums, as well as the Suzuki: In Dub album, and Kruder's Peace Orchestra project. All in all, plenty of good tunes to tide you over until Kruder, Dorfmeister, and Huber actually get around to jointly releasing a full length album.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By bowery boy on August 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I wasn't familiar with tosca's 'suzuki' when I purchased this disc so I thought it was a release of new material. This is a slick disc with a clever concept: 14 different dub versions of the track 'honey' from the amazing disc 'suzuki' interpreted by different remixers and artists.
What I like about this disc is the music. Each track flows seamlessly into the next one yet remains totally distinctive from each other. Every track maintains the deep, sexy and funky grooves tosca is deft at creating. My favorite is the Shelter Ave dub and its stuttering take on the vocals. Other noteworthy dubs are Funky Lowlifes, Biggabush and Supatone. I also like the cover art. It reminds me of those sexy album covers the Ohio Players did back in the 70s. They even have an album called 'Honey' with a honey clad girl on the cover. Perhaps tosca's influence for their cover art.
With that said and done, what I don't like about this disc and the reason why I removed half a star to give this 3 1/2 stars, is every track, with the exception of three or four, uses the same line over and over and over again: "I want my honey ... I want my DA DA DA ..." I played this while a friend was over and after about the ninth track or so he looked at me and said: "Hasn't she been saying this for 30 minutes now?" After about the 60th time you hear this line it's enough to drive you crazy and on repeated listenings it begins to detract from the music. My solution to this is to program the tracks I liked and it helps to alleviate the irritation factor.
Overall this is an excellent disc good for chilling out after a long evening, listening to on headphones or playing as background music at cocktail party. Buy this in addition to tosca's 'suzuki' and peace orchestra's debut (peter kruder's project) and you'll have enough chill out grooves turn any place into a den of cool.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Susman on August 22, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Tosca continues its pattern of mid-album cycle remix projects with 2002's Different Tastes of Honey. This project includes 13 re-mixes of "Honey" from 1999's Suzuki, bookended by a piano intro and outro. Richard Dorfmeister has conscripted a talented core of remixers, including Andy Spence, Azoia, Faze Action, Funky LowLivesand and Thomas Velten to name but a few. The result sounds like a brand new album, with each dub-form sounding highly distinctive. Individual taste will most unquestionably dictate which tracks are favourites, depending on one's preference for specific electro subgenres. The up-tempo, jazzy Koop-style Faze Action dub; the funky, robotic Biggabush dub; and the immaculate stoned groovy Supatone 1 dub are outstanding standout tracks. This is a concept record with a throughput that muddies the fact that each track is based on the same song. A set remixes that are recommended for down-tempo enthusiasts.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Cook on July 11, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Shortly after it came out, I heard Suzuki for the first time as I was having dinner with my family in an Italian restaurant in Boston's storied North End. I was immediately captivated, asked the server what the music was, and all he could produce was the name "Suzuki." Nothing about Tosca. I figured it out and within a week had my own copy. It couldn't have been another week after that before I had Different Tastes of Honey. I didn't know what I was getting into, having not really absorbed Suzuki by then, but I loved DTH from the first try. It may all be different takes on the same song, but each track is distinct in its own right; each track is basically its own song; each track is unique; each track is excellent. This work of art comes with my high recommendation.
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