Senior - Royksopp Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Royksopp / Audio CD released 2010-09-13 at Wall of Sound / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 ...And The Forest Began To Sing 2 Tricky Two 3 The Alcoholic 4 Senior Living 5 The Drug 6 Forsaken Cowboy 7 The Fear 8 Coming Home 9 A Long, Long Way ... more
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Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
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Junior - RoyksoppUnusual, enjoyable sounds (276 words)
by scooke - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Junior is the third and best album by Norwegian band Royscopp. Their classified as Dance-Pop and I reckon that's about right. Despite the albums clear dance influence, it has a very chilled out nature. I like to listen to this album when I need to hear something that's easy going. There are tracks with great vocals, but then there are instrumentals tunes as well. My favourite track on this album has to be 'This Must Be It'. The female vocals are awesome and the tune seems to follow in a strange manner, where you find yourself lost in the music, very clever stuff indeed! I tried to make sense of the lyrics, but they totally baffle me, so don't bother. Just ...
The Understanding - RoyksoppRoyksopp are back with a bite (482 words)
by deeej - written on 16/11/05 (Useful, 160 readings)
new came out, which was to prove to be very important to the music industry. At the time it was suffering from poor sales and nothing really distinguished was available. R Royksopp who are Torbjørn Brundtland and Svein Berge who grew up in Tromso in Norway had come over to England to release Melody AM on Wall of Sound records. This release would prove to be massive and a huge boost to the industry, I took about a year for the release to become huge, so much so Eple the first release was released twice. Subsequently the album was also re-released too. Now 4 years on from the original release is a muchly anticipated music album. Fans were hoping for huge songs like Poor ...
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