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Slackbaba - Aşk mp3 album

Slackbaba - Aşk mp3 album Performer: Slackbaba
Title: Aşk
Style: Breaks, Dub, Dubstep, Glitch, Downtempo
Date of release: 2013
Country: UK
Size MP3: 1214 mb
Size FLAC: 1471 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: MMF MOD RA ADX MP1 FLAC XM

Aşk by Slackbaba, released 22 November 2013 1. The Gates Of Zion 2. Aşk 3. From The Ashes 4. Interstellar Interference 5. Fortean Thieves 6. Muraqaba 7. Colliding Particles 8. Waterfall Serpents.

My third full length album.

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The lead melody in "Ask" same as the melody used in Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" @ 4:10.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Gates Of Zion
Written-By – Elif Sezer-Daley
9:03
2 Aşk 8:46
3 From The Ashes 8:47
4 Interstellar Interference 8:31
5 Fortean Thieves
Featuring – AlijiWritten-By – Ali Ellis
7:34
6 Muraqaba 9:15
7 Colliding Particles 7:33
8 Waterfall Serpents 6:58

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Stuart Griggs
  • Mastered By – Jonny Aux
  • Written-By, Producer – Jonathan Smith

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060147129878
  • Matrix / Runout: LRCD017 #1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L173
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3060

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LRCD017 Slackbaba Aşk ‎(8xFile, WAV, Album) Liquid Records LRCD017 UK 2013


User reviews
thrust
The lead melody in "Ask" same as the melody used in Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" @ 4:10.
Hi_Jacker
5/5.This album is solid gold, with a ton of replay value. I've been listening to it since I bought it (please support Slackbaba if you like his music, it is the same price as a lunch or a dinner) and there's a few things worthy of mention:1) The evolution of Slackbaba's groove is apparent. There is a definite sense of maturity to be found in this album, as it explores emotional space. The psychedelic subtleties that he has developed over the years are oozing out and spilling over every noise in this album; but in my opinion, the tone of the music is more reflective and internal. Muraqaba is my favorite example of such a reflective journey. I love that song.2) The replay value, as I alluded to earlier, is profound. There is always something new to hear, something new to recognize, some quirky little noise that gives way to some deeper understanding. This kind of attention to detail serves as a metaphor for what there is yet to learn in life. Ask is the song that comes to mind when I think about replay value. Its atmosphere and depth needs to be explored multiple times.3) There's a lot of variation here, with the total journey being extremely dynamic in the space it covers. Interstellar Interference is an example of a track which only fits in based on the principles of "opposites attract" - it is phenomenally appropriate because it is radically different than the other tracks. I've found the even numbered tracks share similarities and the odd-numbered tracks do as well.Happy hunting. There's lots of gold to mine in this album if you're patient and chip away at the layers.