Vitalic - OK Cowboy album download
OK Cowboy is the debut album of Vitalic, first released in 2005. After a year, the album was re-released featuring a second, enhanced CD. In 2012 it was awarded a gold certification from the Independent Music Companies Association which indicated sales of at least 75,000 copies throughout Europe. Pascal Arbez said in an interview with MusicRadar that "I was only using a very basic and punk studio setup" for this album
Vitalic – OK Cowboy. Label: Different – DIFB 1045 CD, Recordings – 45. 045. Format: CD, Album, Enhanced, Slipcase. The only problem is that in some moments it falls in obviusly and worn technics and sounds; paying the price of the time.
Album · 2005 · 13 Songs. Vitalic's debut album bridges various French electronic traditions, adopting the hypnotic grind of pioneers like Laurent Garnier and Daft Punk while paving the way for fist-pumpers like the Ed Banger crew. But he also displays a global perspective: "La Rock 01" is bare-knuckled techno with a sleek Teutonic flourish, and "The Past" mimics Kraftwerk.
OK Cowboy: more than just 'OK'. Pascal Arbez beavered away for a good ten years in relative obscurity before everyone sat up and took notice of him. His Dima and Hustler Pornstar monikers may have failed to make big waves, but as Vitalic his Electroclash bangers flooded the scene. Everyone from Aphex Twin to Sven Väth had 2001's Poney EP at the front of their boxes, and anticipation for his full-length album ran high. Arbez gathered previous EP tracks and worked on new material that bridged his tastes for punk and disco with cutting edge.
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