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VoomVoom - PengPeng album download

Performer:

VoomVoom

Title:

PengPeng

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

1106 mb

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Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Future Jazz, Electro, Minimal, Tech House

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

2006

VoomVoom - PengPeng album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Baby³ 6:40
2 Roger 8:08
3 Bounce
Vocals [Additional] – Araba Walton
5:12
4 All I Need 5:55
5 Keep The Drums Out 5:05
6 Logan 6:31
7 Best Friend 7:15
8 Fish 7:32
9 Sao Verought 8:19
10 Oggi 7:13
11 Urwald Song 3:08
12 Vampir Song 6:56

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Rough Trade Distribution – RTD.387.0199.2[43]
  • Recorded At – Fauna Lab
  • Recorded At – G-Stone Studio
  • Mixed At – G-Stone Studio
  • Published By – Peter Kruder Musikverlag
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Published By – 42430 Fanfare Musikverlag
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – 51821385

Credits

  • Design – Henrik Schwarz, Klaus Dahmen
  • Mastered By – Mike Marsh
  • Producer – VoomVoom*
  • Written-By – C.Prommer*, P. Kruder*, Roberto Di Gioia (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 12), R. Appel*

Notes

Recorded at Fauna Lab Munich (R.I.P) & G-Stone Studio 1 Vienna.

Mixed at G-Stone Studio 1 Vienna.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 730003719929
  • Label Code: LC 07306
  • Price Code: PS380
  • Matrix / Runout: 51821385/K7199CD 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB 46
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0789

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
!K7199CD VoomVoom* Peng Peng ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Studio !K7 !K7199CD Germany 2006
!K7199LP Voom:Voom Peng Peng ‎(4x12", Album) Studio !K7 !K7199LP Germany 2006



VoomVoom ‎– PengPeng. Style: Future Jazz, Electro, Minimal, Tech House. referencing PengPeng, CD, Album, !K7199CD. Classic & relentless. if you haven't heard this your missing out. modern dance music thats unafraid of the future & absorbed the past. cannot praise enough. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

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Voom Voom, a collaboration of three of leftfield electronic music's brightest talents of recent years last decade: Peter Kruder (Kruder & Dorfmeister, Peace Orchestra) and Christian Prommer & Roland Appel (Fauna Flash, Trueby Trio) have announced the release of their debut album ‘Peng Peng’ through !K7, featuring the singles "All I Need" and "Best Friend".

Voom:Voom is an Austrian electronica group consisting of Christian Prommer, Roland Appel (of the groups Fauna Flash and Trüby Trio) and Peter Kruder of Kruder & Dorfmeister. Their first full-length album, PengPeng, was released on April 24, 2006, on Studio !K7 records.

Nuliax
Peter Kruder hasn’t been as prolific as his former partner-in-crime Richard Dorfmeister, but what he has put out has been amazing. His project to Roland Appel and Christian Prommer, Voom:Voom, is no different, and their debut, PENG PENG, they span various genres and tempos to bring us smiles. “Baby³” has a fun house groove to it, and “Roger” leans into disco, with a deeper bassline, some funk guitar, and some mysterious, vocodered lyrics. “Bounce” throws back a little less further to acid house, while “All I Need” switches from delicate strings to a guitar growl in no time flat, and “Keep the Drums Out” stays rough around the edges. The live-sounding percussion contrasts with the electro blinking on “Logan,” before “Best Friend” brings in the funk. A lone horn punctuates the burgeoning glow of “Fish” as the glow blossoms on “Sao Verought” and slides easily into the growing acidification of “Oggi.” “Urwald” takes a quick breather before “Vampir Song” sweeps in to close out the album. Put this one again again!
Hiclerlsi
Classic & relentless. if you haven't heard this your missing out. modern dance music thats unafraid of the future & absorbed the past. cannot praise enough. AnorakDjs
Froststalker
I think this album is a masterpiece. There are so many sounds and styles that get a distinctive nod by the producers that it is incredibly dificult to describe; in spite of this, however, one simply cannot leave the word HOUSE out... though it is clearly inadequate. What you'll find on this recording is textures, colours, rhythms, and lots of them. Excellent work from people who really know how to make people dance... and that's what "dance" music is all about, isn't it?
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
They must be smokin’ the bad shit round Wiener town – this is one weird album. The title should be a give away – anything that sounds like it was written by a pair of Chinese pandas (or maybe was) is bound to be a bid oddball. But tracks that manage to combine Zapp & Roger, Kraftwerk, classic disco and minimal house in two minutes... well, that’s not unusual, I suppose. What’s really weird is that, in VoomVoom’s case, the influences re-appear undigested. To say regurgitated isn’t quite right – if you regurgitate something, it looks, well, different, innit. No, in this case they’re just put side by side, sometimes for the better, often for the weirder, and overall for the worse. Ableton users will know the temptation well. It’s all too easy in this day and age to just re-combine four bar loops into a track. Within the space of a minute, you can have a searing 303 tear-out looping in time and in phase with a Pat Benetar vocal snippet, a John Bonham drum break and the hook from ‘manah-manah’ by the Muppets. I stress can. I wonder, with equal stress, should we? Voom Voom seem to think so. I don’t. What’s even stranger is this is kind of an electronic ‘super group’- not quite the ‘Travelling Wilburys,’ but three very established names: Roland Appel and Christian Prommer from ‘Fauna Flash’ and Peter Kruder of ‘Peace Orchestra’ and ‘Kruder and Dorfmeister’ fame. You’d think they’d know better. You’d think they could do better. They don’t. Obviously this collaboration came about through a few weekends mutual (and perhaps brutal) midi-controller spanking. You tweak my knob, I’ll twist your tone pot. No doubt it was pleasurable, but when it sounds this bad, should we have to listen to the moaning?
Mamuro
This review is terrible.

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