Hot 100 60th Anniversary. Pop. R&B/Hip-Hop. When he strays from that zone, however, Deja-Vu sputters. Whereas Daft Punk is able to walk the paper-thin line between modern-day EDM bombast and throwback pop songcraft, Moroder occasionally trips over it. "Diamonds," his collaboration with Charli XCX, is cloying and overclocked, trading out deliquescent grooves for antiseptic laptop beats. Deja-Vu is at its best when it sounds like a victory lap, not a labored attempt to keep up. This story originally appeared in the June 27 issue of Billboard.
The recordings finished in March 2004 and the album was on shelves for sale during the summer by Lynx Music. The line-up changes reflected on Millenium's sound, which tried to find a new shape. The tracks have all this great atmosphere met in the previous album: dramatic moods, nice FLOYD-ian guitar solos, haunting atmospheres and great vocals by Lukasz Galeziowski. The last pair of excellent compositions will save the album from following the fate of the mediocre ''Vocanda''. The most uneven release of Millenium by far, split in great but also weak compositions. But the great ones are good enough to label the album as recommended.
CD1: DEJA VU
The Silent Hill
The Cynical Crusade
Greasy Mud Part 1 & 2
Tears Of Yesterday
CD2: MILLENIUM 1999
Był Sobie Kraj!
Ona I On
Ecosong (bonus track)
Phonographic Copyright (p)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (CD1): 16874 www.stereostyle.pl
Matrix / Runout (CD2): 16875 www.stereostyle.pl
Mould SID Code (CD1, CD2): IFPI UV61
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