|1. Disco Science - Sample Cannonball - Kim Deal|
|2. V.I. (The Last...) - Sample Cargo Culte - Serge Gainsbourg|
|3. Junkie's Prayer - Sample Louange - Jean-Paul Allegre|
|4. Disco Science|
|5. Naïve Song|
|6. V.I. (The Last...)|
|7. I Can't Wait|
|8. Junkie's Prayer|
|9. Definitive Beat|
|10. Paradise (Not For Me)|
|11. Never Young Again|
The Album is excellent from start to finish, its wonky, dreamy beats are remenisent of that of DAFT PUNK and AIR both of which are a big influence on the dance scene at the moment. Madonna certainly knows how to find something so refreshing different and it shows here on PRODUCTION. The most stand out tracks are "NIEVE SONG", "PARADISE (NOT FOR ME) which features the musicwoman herself, and lastly not but leastly "DISCO SCIENCE". If you are looking for something entirely different and still feel like you want to dance then this is the best album to try !!!! I guarantee MIRWAIS will make a big impression on the dance scene in the year Y2K.
The album opens with 'Disco Science', which can be found in 'Snatch', the fairly amusing follow up to 'Lock Stock'. Put simply, it's the most acidic and brain frazzling track since 'Higher State of Consciousness' and it rocks splendidly. Other highlights include the very French sounding but groovy little ditty 'Naïve Song' and there are enough computerised vocals sprinkled across the album to make a 12" cheesy pizza delight. There are also elements of Big Beat here although the collaboration with Madonna doesn't really quite come off. You get the feeling that Madonna, like a mother at a teenage party, is trying desperately hard to remain hip but kinda fails. No disrespect to Madonna, but French mirrorball disco doesn't suit any forty-year-old mother of two, no matter how many musical transformations you have gone through.
It's not a groundbreaking album like Air or Mezzanine but it's pretty funky and extremely catchy at times. If there is only so much of the Dream Team's selection you can force yourself to like, then give this album ago. Besides, it'll look remarkably cool in your record collection.
Mirwais uses lots of filter sweeps, producing an pleasing array of squelchs and swooshes, well complemented... Read more
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