14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 29 December 2001
An organic ambient experience. For the first half of the CD Fila Brazillia manage to place jazzy, soul-styled and classical musical fragments layered over chilled beats to create an effortless sound. Then the processes, from "Butter My Mask" and "Wigs, Bifocals And Nourishment" are reversed as the CD veers towards a more techno-sounding landscape no-less captivating than the CD's first half. Definitely floaty-light music.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 10 April 2000
This lazed back jazz-a-thon is a venture into the velvet-smooth...A really chilled collection of mixed tempo tracks from Fila, purrrrfect for a warm summer's eve by the pool, campari and soda in hand.. Fav track...number two: Snake Ranger
on 17 December 2014
CHILLTASTIC! For me the best FB album. I love the deeper sound of these guys with a trippy 90's bassy feel and mid tempo delights. It's a classic for my golden chillin times and it takes me on a journey into outer space. It's so un-pretenious aswell I spelt that wrong probably but I hope you know what I mean? Un-like the over produced cack that you tend to get these days it is a sniper of an album, flowing under the radar of typical chill or dance music. If you are into acts like Future sound of London the orb or boards of Canada this could be a great addition to your eccentric collection.