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Mocha Supreme Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 19, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Downsall Plastics/Groove
  • ASIN: B00000GBN9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #583,628 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By bordersj2 VINE VOICE on January 17, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I honestly forgot about this one... assumed I'd written something about it in the past. But this is Dirk Swartenbroekx aka "Buscemi"'s first feature. The dj/producer out of Belgium has since put out three other albums, the most recent of which released just this month (January, 2007) after an almost 4 year hiatus but he was still busy in that time; most notably releasing a remix project, this one featuring on his own remixed work on other artists tunes. As his later albums have gone in several different directions, I can't help but notice a stronger lean towards the jazzed up side of things. So this, his first, is a welcome refresher.

If there was a genre called "lounge house", that's what this would be. The first song on this absolutely captures the cover on the album too... like the previous reviewer said. The rain, the effects - great mood and a sweet beat. Another killer cut on this to me is "Yves Eaux". I love the way it kicks, and the percussion and beat flow to it is amazing - so fun to spin and put into beat heavy session and it even has a sort of eerie sound that permeates through it. "Noise's Leasing" is cool, if only because it reminds me so much of Underworld's "Pearl's Girl" (at least I think that was the title). Very much sampled from that. But I tihnk "Soap Girl Nina" is a track that sort of defines the genius' of Buscemi's style. He loves pulling tracks apart and puttin gthem back together into a different shape... and surprising you with the flow and what comes next in the song. If you fast forward to his "Camino Real" album of 2003, he did something very similar with "Voodoo Voyage".

I really liked this album. Mind you, it is a bit older... almost 10 years old to be exact.
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Mocha Supremo is dark and sweet, just as the name implies. As Buscemi's first album, it's goes down well, warming the body and giving it a much needed boost of energy. "It Might as Well Be Quiet..." throws down some breaks and a pumping beat, but it never overwhelms the music or the tiny Astrud Gilberto sample; "Noise's Leasing" follows the same pattern. Buscemi prioritizes the mood over the rhythm, and that helps elevate his music over the others. There's also a strong infusion of jazz in the mix -- like on "Fingersnappin' After Dark" -- but it's just enough to get the point across. "Desole" is my favorite track -- sort of dark and mysterious, but groovy at the same time.
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FANTASCIC CD ONE OF THE BEST NEW COMING ARTIST FROM BELGIUM !
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