[Nagnagnag] Nobody got URP for Christmas I guess?
stuartmann at btinternet.com
Fri Jan 9 06:53:35 EST 2004
I LOVE the CD, been listening to it down the gym at full blast since
Christmas.... every track pulsates and evolves - it's easy to lose
yourself...... consistently good, outstanding quality techno...... The
Relexiv, Frightgod and the Nitrogen tracks are stand out for me, but it's all
pretty seamless...... all in all it's business as usual for Kirk. What would
I do without him.... ;-)
(Also been listening to the new Fall CD..... )
----- Original Message -----
From: Pat Slade
To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 10:52 PM
Subject: Re: [Nagnagnag] Nobody got URP for Christmas I guess?
Interesting that we both had the same initial response to this cd, but enjoy
it a bunch now.
>I received mine a day or so before you got yours.
>First listen I was underwhelmed. But I'm hooked
>now. I keep meaning to put a list together of
>stuff he's sampled from other songs. Lack of time,
> > Hey naggers,
> > Have the times changed that much? A new Kirk album comes out, and the
> > response on the nag list is nil?
> > We've talked about it a little at the Cab club, and I've exchanged a
> > emails with folks offlist, but I can't believe we have gone this long
> > the release, and as far as I can recall, nobody has chimed in here at
> > naglist with either an "It Rocks!!" or an "It Sucks!!"
> > What gives? I've been busy too, but when a new Kirk release doesn't
> > garner any comments in the weeks to follow, well, I gotta wonder why.
> > To start hopefully at least one reply here's a small take from me: I
> > received it xmas eve, and tossed it into the cd player. I'll be honest,
> > first listen, I was looking for, I don't know, something either new, or
> > earth-shatteringly beat driven that I would be worried about paint
> > off the walls. Since neither of those two things happened, I played it
> > again, and have to admit, ole Kirky seduced me again...I really dig the
> > beats when he lays them down, and even though they weren't as heavy as I
> > hoping, Die Anglotzen pays the bills, and I like the disco swirl of
> > Damascus. The album has grown on me since. I am still trying to decide
> > I like this dance party cd more or less than his other more thematic
> > Anybody else have any other thoughts on this one?
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