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The Afterlife Lounge Import


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  • Audio CD (June 12, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Park Lanerecordings/Ilabel
  • ASIN: B000FVQN9G
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #496,678 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Let It Go (Ft Battistessa)
2. Lovedub
3. Breakfast At Benirras (Ft Kid Stone)
4. Souk Rok (Ft Kid Stone)
5. Return To Margin
6. The Alkemyst (Ft Dos Hombres)
7. Jello (Ft Lux)
8. Bacalao (Ft No Logo)
9. Home (Ft Chris Coco)
10. China Flowers
11. S'estanol (Ft Dos Hombres)
12. Sleazebab (Ft Kid Stone)
13. Let It Go" (Ft Battistessa) (Rkw Mix)

Editorial Reviews

Steve Miller's Warm and Welcoming "Afterlife Lounge" Delivers an Exact Album of Premier Deluxe Chillout, Reaching that Cool but Loyal Market that Just Grows and Grows. Each Successive Visit Yields Greater Pleasures Time and Time Again as the Experience Just Gets Better. The Set List features Stunning Collaborations with Chris Coco (Radio 1), Phil Mison (Cantoma, Real Ibiza) as Dos Hombres, Pete Gooding (Café Mambo) as No Logo, James Bright as Lux and Brendan Huston as Kid Stone. It Showcases the Soaring Vocal Talents of Ibiza Icon Cathy Battistessa, as Well as a Special Afterlife Lounge Exclusive Remix of the Coldcut Classic, "Return to Margin". It's Pure Audio Bliss and Includes the Phenomenal Must-have Bonus Track, the Sought-after Rkw Remix of Battistessa's "Let it Go".

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By V. Lara on September 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In my opinion, this is less of a full blown follow up to "Speck of Gold", than it is a collection of loose, unreleased tracks and collaborations. However, that does not mean that it is in any way less impressive than the last two previous Afterlife outings. If anything, you can definitely hear how producer Steve Miller (Afterlife) has refined his style and how his sound has grown, drawing from different influences.

The album starts off with "Let It Go", an Afterlife track featuring Cathy Battistessa on vocals, followed by "Lovedub". "Home", which features fellow dj/producer Chris Coco, and "China Flowers" round out the Afterlife tracks. "Breakfast at Benirras", "Souk Rok", and "Sleazebag" are the Kid Stone tracks, they retain that familiar warmth, but they have a different sound than the other songs, at least in my opinion they do.

Also featured here is a Lux (Steve Miller & James Bright) track, Jello, not on the "Northern Lights" album, as well as a track by No Logo (Steve Miller and Pete Gooding), Bacalao. From my perspective, Jello does'nt really sound like anything on the "Northern Lights" album, and Bacalao is definitely different than "Is Anybody Out There" , a No Logo track featured on Cafe Mambo 06, but both tracks are amazing none the less.

"The Alkemyst" and "S'Estanol" are the two Dos Hombres tracks which feature the talent of Phil Mison along with Steve Miller. Both tracks are outstanding, you can really hear the influence from both producers. Last but certainly not least are the two remixes featured on this album, an afterlife remix of a coldcut track, and the rwk remix of "let it go".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Richard on January 27, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This was my first purchase of theAfterlife's music and I must say it was more than i expected. Definately chill, laid back, and perfect for relaxing to. I'd recommend for anyone looking for some relaxed tunes.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Gabuzda on December 27, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This release is at times jazzy, DJ, techno, Latin a/or dance oriented. There are 5 or 6 tracks that I flat out love, mostly featuring Cathy Battistessa (who often performs in Ibiza) and her voice is impossibly poignant and sensual. Happily she is also a very fine singer and is mixed beautifully on these tracks. The tracks "Go Easy", "Shine" and "Let it Go" are simply great either for club or around home. I hope this collaboration creates more music, though it will be hard to surpass these tracks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By East End James on November 15, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Bought this in 2007, but didn't write a review about it. To me this is very much like Afterlife's take on Café del Mar. Altought this is an artist's own album and that every track is written by Afterlife (Steve Miller) but you have to consider that every track is also a collaboration and the resulting sound is almost like a compilation album. Highlights here are Love Dub, Souk Rok, The Alkemyst and Jello. Hed Kandi's Winter Chill series sadly disappeared in 2005 and Café del Mar went through several notable changes through the years, for me they failed year after year from Vol.12, finding a suitable substitute for the Café del Mar sound was not easy, this perhaps was the closest thing and I would recommend it to all fans of chill/lounge/downtempo.

(On a separate note) Since then a few tracks from this album have appeared in the Puro Beach series by Seamless records (who are famous for their Bargrooves series), I don't know if they are avaliable in US record stores but I would recommend to all American fans of chillhouse to try Puro Beach, you won't be disppointed.
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