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Lindstrom & Prins Thomas Import

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ForeløPig Bit / SuppegjøK / En Dag I Mai / Cluadia Lindstrom & prins thomas present a seriously large, deep and clicky album!! This will appeal to all you pete tong & essential selection listeners. Includes the super large "turkish delight"

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Lounge Funk 4 Jun 2006
By C. Nielsen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Funky, Spacey, Air-Guitary, Lounge Perfection! I love listening to this album in the sun by the pool or at a late late night after party. Highlights: "en dag i mai" and "horseback". If you like this, check out BOOKASHADE.
Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas - s/t 7 Dec 2011
By scoundrel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Lindstrøm is best known for his space disco, and his eponymous debut with Prins Thomas is no different. It's a dreamy, groovy album, as immediately evident from "Foreløpig Bit." But they're not afraid to pluck some electric guitar for "Suppegjøk" or a slide guitar for "Boney M Down." "Turkish Delight," named for the sticky, sweet treat, doesn't hurt the teeth, at all; instead it's rather spaced-out, as if after a couple puffs on the shisha. The folksy strumming on "Feel Am" doesn't overcome the electronics but accompany them surprisingly well. The vocals on "Don O Van Budd" sound as if they've come off a particularly long toke, but it fits with the vibe of the track. A country-western twang invades "Naa Er Druene Paa Sitt Beste," adding a easygoing mood of a range ride, making "Horseback" almost sound like a gallop in comparison. Similarly, the gentle "Claudja" induces a sense of bliss, as does the inclusion of vocals into "Run." It's a mellow album all around, and the tracks never stay in one place -- it's chill-out in the best sense of the word.
The best of their work so far 15 Oct 2009
By John R. Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD is one of my "A-list" discs. Real, human artistry on this one. I love "Horseback"...
I hope they return to this style in the future..... Slick, polished work....not techno-junk.
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