Waveforms Electronics, Techno Aqualite Aqualite a group I've never heard of before I got this CD, but that has been around for quite some time now. The album 'Waveforms' is a greatest hits album featuring songs from 94-09. The style this group plays is instrumental Techno/Trance which I used to listen to about ten years ago. I think 'Waveforms' is a really nice album, but it seems it's meant for the dance floor and not for listening to at home since the songs are pretty long and tend to get a bit repetitive (almost all songs are 6 min or above). I do enjoy the songs "Outback 2009", "In June" and "Cutoff baby" very much. In the long run this is a album meant for the clubs and not really for me, I prefer music with vocals and meaningful lyrics and a bit more aggression and melodies, still if you got a party coming up this could be the perfect album for you. 350
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Aqualite - Waveforms

Aqualite a group I've never heard of before I got this CD, but that has been around for quite some time now. The album 'Waveforms' is a greatest hits album featuring songs from 94-09. The style this group plays is instrumental Techno/Trance which I used to listen to about ten years ago.

I think 'Waveforms' is a really nice album, but it seems it's meant for the dance floor and not for listening to at home since the songs are pretty long and tend to get a bit repetitive (almost all songs are 6 min or above). I do enjoy the songs "Outback 2009", "In June" and "Cutoff baby" very much.

In the long run this is a album meant for the clubs and not really for me, I prefer music with vocals and meaningful lyrics and a bit more aggression and melodies, still if you got a party coming up this could be the perfect album for you.
Apr 09 2009

Fredrik Croona

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