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Original Soundtrack For The Film The Graffiti Artist
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Original Soundtrack For The Film The Graffiti Artist

1 April 2005 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 3 May 2005
  • Release Date: 1 April 2005
  • Label: Mettray Reformatory Pictures
  • Copyright: 2005 Mettray Reformatory Pictures
  • Total Length: 1:19:51
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 425,910 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Trance/Trip-Hop Journey 21 Dec. 2005
By M. Fletcher - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've been a Kid Loco fan for several years, and have always sought out his work and never been disappointed. This album, in my opinion, is one of his best pieces of work. It consists of one track that fades and melts into different styles of music, so although there is only the single track, it feels like several different songs at times. I have a very long commute to work and was surprised that this album is actually longer than my drive!

The style of music is very Eastern-influenced, very trancey, nicely trip-hoppish. I really enjoy listening to it. It's definitely great background music for day-to-day activities.

The only drawback to the album being one-track is that I rely heavily upon my iPod for entertainment during my long commute, and this album really won't translate to the shuffle-play I usually use, since the single track is over an hour long. I enjoy the artistic concept of the album having only 1 track, but it's not practical for that sort of use. Other than that, this is an excellent example of Jean-Yves Prieur's talent at the mixing board.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
FINALLY!! 21 May 2005
By JeffT - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Finally Kid Loco managed to get some more tracks out by creating a movie score. It is refereshing everytime one of the tracks plays randomly on my iPOD during day or night. The great ambient hip-hop mixed with middle-eastern melodies is perfect whether I am working on the computer during the day, or chillin' round the house at night, and after seeing the movie I even have more respect for Kid Loco's ability. This time he crafted a sort of opera. The album is also great to play straight through. The (mostly dark) moody rollercoaster reminds me of how Miles Davis crafted albums like Bitches Brew and Agharta.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Reminds me strongly of Popol Vuh... 13 July 2008
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Anyone looking for another "A Grand Love Story" will be pretty bemused after listening to this. Nor is it anything like "Kill Your Darlings" either. In fact, now that I think about it, is there even a Kid Loco sound at all?

Strange thing is, the longest piece on this CD sounds very much like some of Popol Vuh's longer excursions e.g. the title track from Bruder des Schattens etc. I'd love to know if KL has ever heard them. It's very hypnotic but its lack of development given its length may put a lot of people off.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
great new kid loco record 21 May 2005
By dennis ropec - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Being a big Kid Loco fan, i was excited to hear he'd finally come out with a new record. his instrumental work is always vibrant and fresh and this is a whole new level for him. it's a career high for the artist who has remixed some of the biggest artists in brit rock among others. i just got home and put it on and for the next 80 minutes you are taken on a journey of great emotion with solid beats and some wonderful melodys....some quite exciting and happy and others quite sad. Move over kid koala, dj shadow, and other greats...Europe's premier DJ is BACK and he's secured his place at the top!!!
HYPNOTIC & LUSH, just as the MOVIE. 9 July 2005
By b - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Kid Loco crafts an ambient melding of Middle-Eastern sounds fused with smart hip-hop beats to create an entrancing soundtrack CD to Jimmy Bolton's emotionally complex film of the same name.

Lovely and inspiring, the music takes its sweet time to slowly evolve and carry the listener through a dream-like journey--and if you're patient(first reviewer, listen up)--you'll be duly rewarded.
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