Qkumba Zoo | Letthelightin

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by Qkumba Zoo

Beautiful and thoughtful dance-pop fused with tribal beats into one glorious electro pop sound. Just what you'd dream a band from Johannesburg, South Africa would sound like.
Genre: Electronic: Electro
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Earthbound
4:02 $0.75
2. Invisible
3:55 $0.75
3. Torn Between You and the Sky
5:57 $0.75
4. Virgin
4:23 $0.75
5. Wonder Woman
4:32 $0.75
6. Karmic Book
3:39 $0.75
7. Butterfly Peepl
3:46 $0.75
8. Words
4:49 $0.75
9. I Like
4:25 $0.75
10. Dna (Joe Nina Mix)
5:20 $0.75
11. Strike Out Against the Tide
4:32 $0.75
12. Beautiful
4:27 $0.75
13. Let the Light In
4:31 $0.75
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Album Notes
Qkumba Zoo is a platinum, chart-topping group from Johannesburg, South Africa. The electro pop duo is Levannah (vocals) and studio whiz, multi-instrumentalist, composer Owl. A pulsating pop-rock that combines native African song forms like juju and high life with an intense synth-beats that recalls such British new wavers as New Order, Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys while Levannah’s impassioned, heartfelt vocals evoke divas from Donna Summer to Annie Lennox and Deborah Harry.

Their most popular song became “The Child (Inside)”, which hit #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1996. (In later years, it’s best remembered for appearing in Seaworld TV commercials.)

In 2000, Qkumba Zoo a second album under the name QZoo, called “Butterfly Peepl” in very limited release. A breathtaking musical journey “into the butterflies that we are becoming in spite of all our caterpillar dreaming." Towards the close of the decade in 2009 they returned with the e.p. “N3X+” and were now ready for more.

Fast forward to 2011 and Qkumba Zoo are back with “Letthelightin” which will have the tracks from the "N3xt"e.p. plus most of the tracks from "Butterfly Peepl" remastered, sounding better than ever.



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