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Humanize

by Hjortur

Electronic, Ambient, Ambient House, Downbeat, Chillout, Ambient Trance, Techno
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. Kipo Mambo
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2. This Car
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3. Camp
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4. The First Time
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5. World, World, World
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6. Bali
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7. Chemical Message
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8. Train
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9. Saratov
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10. Humanize
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11. One Small Step...
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12. In The World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hjortur is an Icelandic artist living in Denmark and has worked as a composer and producer for many years. Humanize is Hjortur's first solo album. Electronica is the word - the music is the landscape, and it will take you places you've never been before!

"Humanize is an electronic album with a strong dance music influence, but it manages to avoid sounding like bad mainstream disco music due to the addition of non-dancey, experimental and dark/sinister electronic elements. World, World, World and Chemical Message are excellent dance tracks that prove that the dance genre isn't always inane and mindless, it can be creative and well-written too. Another favourite track of mine is the title track, a really amazing, catchy dance/electropop song, which also appears in a totally different style on the album "To My Futur" by Hjortur. - Kim Harten, Bliss Aquamarine (UK)

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Bliss Aquamarine (UK)

'creative genius'
I was thoroughly impressed with Hjörtur's latest album Keen Sabid (reviewed earlier this issue), so much so that Hjörtur is (from memory at least) the only musician I have ever described as a 'creative genius'. That album made me very eager to hear more, so I now have Hjörtur's two earlier CDs. Whereas Keen Sabid was a 'stick as many genres as you can in a blender' affair, these two stick to the same overall theme, but contain enough variety to prevent them from sounding monotonous.
Humanize is an electronic album with a strong dance music influence, but it manages to avoid sounding like bad mainstream disco music due to the addition of non-dancey, experimental and dark/sinister electronic elements. World, World, World and Chemical Message are excellent dance tracks that prove that the dance genre isn't always inane and mindless, it can be creative and well-written too. Another favourite track of mine is the title track, a really amazing, catchy dance/electropop song, which also appears in a totally different style on To My Future.
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