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Nagual Sound Experiment - Invisible Movements download mp3 album
Performer:
Nagual Sound Experiment
Album:
Invisible Movements
Style:
Breaks, Downtempo, Dub, Experimental
Released:
2007
FLAC vers. size:
1754 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1794 mb
WMA vers. size:
1804 mb
Other formats
WMA XM MMF TTA MOD APE MP3
Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
349

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Nagual Sound Experiment. Real Name: Cameron Leonard-Schroff. Nagual Sound Experiment. Invisible Movements ‎(CD, Album). Liquid Records (2). LRCD008.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Nagual Sound Experiment Systema (Cooper's Theme) 5:30
2 Nagual Sound Experiment Bad Breed 4:50
3 Nagual Sound Experiment Frontier 6:46
4 Nagual Sound Experiment Zorastafari 5:45
5 Nagual Sound Experiment Introducing 4:49
6 Nagual Sound Experiment Do I Move You 4:43
7 NSE* vs EMS Anti Spiral
Written-By – James Anthony
5:36
8 Nagual Sound Experiment Babylon 5:34
9 NSE* vs Ital Roots Players Forward
Written-By – Ital Roots Players
6:00
10 Nagual Sound Experiment The Special Button
Guitar – J. LevitskyVocals – MoiRama
8:03
11 Manasseh vs Brotha Culture* Supanova (NSE Remix)
Remix – Nagual Sound ExperimentWritten-By – Brotha Culture*, Nick Manasseh*, Youth
6:35
12 Nagual Sound Experiment Three Gold Stripes 4:11
13 Nagual Sound Experiment The White Lodge (Interlude) 1:04
14 Nagual Sound Experiment Black Lodge Dub 4:46
15 Nagual Sound Experiment Hexorcism
Vocals – Mary Reilly
4:44

Credits

  • Artwork – Rich
  • Mastered By – Agent Cooper
  • Written-By, Producer – Cameron Leonard-Schroff

Notes

Artwork by rich purpleproject.co.uk

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5060147121162
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  • Umrdana
Here's what I wrote to Amazon after buing this album:I was taken in by all the great reviews I'd read about the album, and I had high expectations of the album. After listening it through, I was left with mixed feelings, with disappointment at the top of them.I would have liked the music to be much more melodic, and less sample driven. The use of peculiar samples is often so overwhelming that it totally distracts from what I'd consider the music itself. The melodies, when there are such, are mostly repetitive and boring.On the plus side, there's a lot to chew on: the album is packed full with 15 tracks, and the overall feel of the album is quite uniform throughout. Also, even if not musically satisfying, at least all that sample gimmickry is pretty interesting to listen to all in itself. Also, as stated by another reviewer, the production is great.All in all: great production, nice album artwork, lots of tracks; all good, but I would have liked a little bit more of actual music!
  • Gold Crown
One of the most under-rated albums to emerge from the psychedelic dub landscape. Miles ahead of its time, still sounds as fresh today in 2015 as it did on release 8 years ago. A shame there was never a follow up NSE album, although Cameron's Slew mixes go some way to healing that gap.
  • Ber
If there was ever an album that should have had a vinyl release, this is that album.
  • Tenius
Someone needs to release "Forward" on wax! The tune is a monster dub/reggae anthem, goes great with Jamaican dub/dancehall influenced dubstep.