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Xerox & Freeman - Human Race EP

 ( Balloonia ,  1998 )


A1. Extra Hard Sounds A2. Kayazulu B1. Karina B2. Gravity waves (rmx)

The EP of the amazing Human Race CD with a selection of the 4 big party hits out of the CD that in a way changed the character of Israeli trance.
Extra Hard sounds was written by Dedi Cohen (P.Cok) & Moshe Kenan (Xerox)- Amazing!!! The track has a 45-second nightmarish intro, and then it starts grinding you down, you'll find yourself digging holes in the ground with your heels. This is one heavy track! Can even be difficult at times, but it keeps the energy to drag you onwards with the music. Sheer madness.
Then comes Kayazulu, a solo work by Moshe featuring Itzik Levi (Sandman) on guitar (not surprising considering Itzik's metal background). A sneaking opening to crazy psychedelic African groove. Near the end, chanting takes you to another expected explosion, which nevertheless, works just the same.
Then comes Kayazulu, a solo work by Moshe featuring Itzik Levi (Sandman) on guitar (not surprising considering Itzik's metal background). A sneaking opening to crazy psychedelic African groove. Near the end, chanting takes you to another expected explosion, which nevertheless, works just the same.
On side B you find Karina- a remix by Moshe & Doron to an old track by Moshe & Dave Saragosi (the original can be found on Glory Day Trance). This track and this remix are just great- amazing work! It starts with some psychedelic effects hanging around in the air. Then start a slow, slow, slow build up, well layered, and built in few levels, each goes higher then before, with a different music until, after the chanting, the final blow up, that will send you exploding around wherever you are.
Gravity waves was written by Moshe and mixed by Moshe and Doron Kosovski (Freeman). It features guitar by Itzik Benisti (Sonichaos, Maskalin). The track starts with a zipper and a diabolic laughter sample, very fast track with a lot of spooky sampling and an African feeling about it. That guitar line drove people crazy at parties.

Recomendation:  This is the new Israeli voice of 1998, powerful, driving, musical, melodic and driving. These guys work with the basics, but they know how to work with them! Nevertheless, this is one masterpiece. This is music that came from the parties, a thing we're not use to anymore- and it feels that way. Beautiful, you gotta have this one- party time!


Review by : Shahar

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