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Mick Harris, Eraldo Bernocchi - Overload Lady download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Overload Lady
Style:
Abstract, Drum n Bass
Released:
1997
Country:
Belgium
FLAC vers. size:
1550 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1426 mb
WMA vers. size:
1350 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
351

Perhaps people felt it shouldn't be as clean as it is (and it has an ice-cool, ice-clear clarity), or perhaps were offended by the genre hopping of these artists  . And yes, it is a shade repetitive, but I don't think that crafting songs was what Harris and Bernocchi were intending to do here. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Mick Harris + Eraldo Bernocchi – Total Station Label: Sub Rosa – SR137 Format: CD, Album Country: Belgium Released: 1998 Genre: Electronic Style: Breakbeat, Illbient, Downtempo. Notes: Created and mixed in The Box, December 1997, January 1998 Birmingham, England Published by Sub Rosa Quantum/BMG. Clear tray jewel case with cardboard cover sheet

Lobster Family Mick Harris & Eraldo Bernocchi. Digital Monk Mick Harris & Eraldo Bernocchi. The Hand Mick Harris & Eraldo Bernocchi. Shenandoah Lanois, Daniel (Featuring Emmylou Harris).

Artists Eraldo Bernocchi Overload Lady. Overload Lady Eraldo Bernocchi. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Overload Lady.

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Tracklist

Overload Lady
Demo Car
Lobster Family
The Hand

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SRV 124 LP Mick Harris, Eraldo Bernocchi Mick Harris, Eraldo Bernocchi - Overload Lady ‎(LP) Sub Rosa SRV 124 LP Belgium 1997
sr124 Mick Harris, Eraldo Bernocchi Mick Harris, Eraldo Bernocchi - Overload Lady ‎(CD, Album) Sub Rosa sr124 Belgium 1997


  • Kare
I reviewed this album back in 1997 for BG magazine in Holland, in that time the leading dance mag here. I certainly liked it and did not give it a bad review, but instead encouraged readers to listen to it. The Hand is still one of my all time favourite Drum and Bass tracks. Dark, abstract with a great buildup. One of the better D&B albums of the time, but it probably didn't get the attention it deserved.
  • lubov
This album of Drum 'n' Bass received some bad flack in reviews, undeservedly I feel. All the right elements are there - mad scattering drum patterns, simple bass ripples, all combined with a subtle Industrial backdrop. Perhaps people felt it shouldn't be as clean as it is (and it has an ice-cool, ice-clear clarity), or perhaps were offended by the genre hopping of these artists. Either way, it has a lot more going for it than people gave it credit for. What I will say is that it's a kind of natural progression, or breakaway, from the more familiar SCORN work Mr. HARRIS is known for. And in many ways it has a much more 'full' sound than latterday SCORN, being ten times as busy, the tempos being supercharged, and all the accompaniments being equally as active. Moods change from Industrial chill to warm and enveloping, all smoothly mixed to sound so easy as to be simple. But the more you listen the more you here. These are long tracks, reminding me a little in approach to the DIVINATION "Akasha" album's 'Rhythm' disc, although less spatial, more urgent in tempo, although there seems to be a comfortable easy about which these tracks fall together. And many of the gaps between percussion barrages make for Industrial Surrealism with hints of Isolationism and Jazz.And if all that mean't little to you then my Wife Lizzie came in declared that she really liked it, and wanted to dance to it, loved the deep gut level bass noise. So one satisfied customer anyway.Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
  • GoodLike
This record's grubby and harsh sound is typical of Harris' D&B-style releases of the late 90s... "relentless" is a description that comes to mind. And yes, it is a shade repetitive, but I don't think that crafting songs was what Harris and Bernocchi were intending to do here.
  • Froststalker
Pretty decent frenetic drum 'n' bass/breakbeat stuff. Nice textures in the near-ambient backgrounds, and the drum programming is typically Bernocchi-tight. My only complaint is that the tracks sometimes wear out their welcome and run on longer than they need, making the album a shade repetitive. Overall, though, a very solid release.