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RI 061CD RI 061CD
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8/11/2003

"Producer and executive programmer: Atom. Lisa Carbon plays Moog. a remarkable sonic cocktail that refines the artistic approach of the previous album Trio de Janeiro in a very interesting way. In fact the new album is a kind of 'flashback signal' that reflects essential aspects of the earlier RI catalogue like Machine Paisley, Midisport or the first Senor Coconut album published in May 1997. Beside the jazzy style and Latin mood transported by most of the songs the album also features a wide spectrum of technical experiments that are characteristic of the whole RI catalogue: The listener is confronted with humorous electronic freestyle-tracks such as 'Duck-Cha Cha (with sampled voices and Moog-sounds imitating Donald Duck), 'Gagarin' (with late 60s backward-tape experiments and 'serious sci-fi-electronic space music' in the middle part of the song) and 'A Bailer el Tape-Charleston, perhaps the most experimental track of the CD; an eccentric cut-up of harddisc electronics combined with samples similar to animated cartoons -- incredible. Even a song by David Bowie is featured on the album -- 'Space Oddity' --a wonderful soft and light synth-journey with added guitars and electronic Latin rhythms, sometimes interrupted by strange digital chords -- perhaps the climax of the album. The last song 'Fiesta En Belo Horizonte' almost morphs to the musical style of Senor Coconuts's latest production Fiesta Songs? the perfect outro of the newest masterpiece by the innovatress Lisa."