e:trinity | e:trinity

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e:trinity

by e:trinity

Drum n bass and downtempo trip-hop music collide with the sound of ethnic Asian music.
Genre: Electronic: Drum 'n Bass/Jungle
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1. Sinulog2000
5:34 album only
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2. Oginomatter
5:54 album only
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3. Syncopated Serendipity (feat Wendell Pascual)
4:37 album only
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4. The Sound
5:48 album only
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5. A Love Design
7:23 album only
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6. Amorphous
6:55 album only
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7. Carry On Someday
5:16 album only
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8. Karma (e:trinity tropikal junglist remix)
6:23 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
e:trinity's self-titled 1999 debut CD release introduced the possibilities of fusing drum n bass and trip-hop beats with the ethnic sounds of Asia.

From the digitally-manipluated Philippine kulintang gongs of "Sinulog2000" and "A Love Design" to the somber Japanese chants of "Oginomatter," e:trinity's debut set the standard for this new trans-Pacific electronica sound.

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Great music, very upbeat, awesome style
Keep it up! hope to hear more soon! great entertainment, dancing music, awesome style, great mix of rhythms
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Clifton Webster

Low Boom, Slick Drums, Mixed with great style
If you like D&B then this cd is a must, you will tell someone about it. The bass is tight on all the cuts and the vocals that are mixed in keep the flow going. The style used is hard and makes you want to move, more than that it makes you listen again and again to catch all the sounds that are in the mix. Very different and very, very good. Keep making music e:trinity.
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