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De/Vision - Noob (Retail) (2007)
Category: Electronic | Date: 26.08.2007 23:30
GENRE... Electronic
STYLE..... Synth-pop
LABEL... E-Wave
QUALiTY... VBRkbps / Joint-Stereo
REL.DATE.. Aug-25-2007

Here is the Retail of De/Vision "Noob" album with an extra track  
Previous release was a "Promo" and was missing track 8 to have
the full tracklist intended by the artist and label. ENjoy!!!!
De/Vision have been among the leading representatives of the  
Electro / Synth-Pop genre for almost twenty years and their 
constant open-mindedness towards new influences and forms of 
expression is without doubt one of the fundamental factors for
enduring success of this band. Last year's "Best Of" album
contained a wide range of exceptionally gifted pop anthems, 
including the exclusive "Love Will Find A Way", recorded 
specifically for the compilation and Thomas and Steffen's first
real compositional collaboration with their production team
Schumann & Bach. This new collaboration worked so well that "Noob"
was recorded entirely by this tried and tested gang of four.
The pleasing result of this new working method is an album that
sparkles with lightly shimmering Electro-Pop gems. Songs such as  
"Death Of Me", "What You Deserve", "Living Fast Dying Young", 
the promo single "Flavour Of The WeekÆ or the new version of "Love
 Will Find A Way" flow with invigorating lightness, De/Vision 
immersing themselves in melancholy dream worlds with "See What I
See", and above all this hovers a nostalgic retro feeling that
brings to mind the band's musical roots. "Noob" finds De/Vision
embarking (to some extent) on a journey back to the 80's,a time of
busy experimentation in the resurrected Electro scene,meticulously
merging pop, rock and ambient elements.
 
Tracklist:
01  what you deserve
02  obsolete
03  nine lives
04  life is suffering
05  death of me
06  flavour of the week
07  deep blue
08  see what i see
09  living fast dying young
10  the far side of the moon
11  what it feels like
12  the enemy inside
13  The Enemy Inside 
 
DOWNLOAD:
DeVision-Noob-Retail-2007-FWYH
http://novafile.com/kldfc9wemsok
 



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