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|2. Already There|
|3. Offshore - Original|
|4. Lost You Somewhere|
|5. From Blue To Green|
|6. Sunstroke - Disco Citizens|
|7. Leaving Town|
|8. Red Skies|
|9. Sunstroke - Original|
|10. Offshore `97|
|11. The Drive Home|
|12. Offshore 2007|
Firstly, it really is hard to find anything negative to say about this masterpiece, other than it's a disappointment that it ends! Um, yeah, that's about it I think!
It's absolutely perfect if you're a fan of chillout or even trance music in general (which I was initially, when I first purchased this back in 2001) and every second of it will catch on very quickly, and you won't be able to let go. I've consistently listened to the album for over three years now and it never gets boring for some reason. Even hearing the tracks a hundred times over, they never seem to tire, which speaks volumes of how good 'FFTMC' is.
Take 'Offshore (original)' for example, the tune most of us have all heard before. At first it's simply an excellent example of chilled music, but it just grows and grows on you until you won't accept a lower quality of sound. It's repetative tune that plays along in the background throughout the 6 minutes of the song does not get irritating and does not get boring, and it seems incredible how Nick Bracegirdle (the main man behind it all) has managed to accomplish this. Only he can, it seems. The rest of the music that goes on top of the central tune, folds into it nicely and it becomes impossible to resist. It's this type of quality that should exist in all areas of music, but sadly not everyone has the talent.
The picks of the faultless bunch, apart from 'Offshore', have to be 'Lost You Somewhere', 'Leaving Town' and 'The Drive Home'. Remember though, the whole album is extremely consistent, does not get dull and is always of the highest quality!Read more ›