Early Summer Daze - Co-Fusion - Co-Fu (Vinyl, LP, Album)


1998
Label: Sublime Records (3) - SBLLP013 • Format: 3x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Breakbeat, Techno, Future Jazz
Early Summer Daze - Co-Fusion - Co-Fu (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Co-Fusion's debut, CO-FU, starts with the bass madness of "Strutin'" and that's before the crazed horn sample comes in. "Zit'r Bug" has a sharper edge to it with its metallic overtones and insistent drum bass, while the breaks on "You Looking For" helps secure the swarming synths above it/5(22).

 · And "Torn Open" closes the album on a more pure note of funk, reappropriating some soundtrack horns to be placed into a series of quick breaks. There's no confusion with Co-Fusion. click me (review by scoundrel,published on Discogs July 16,) Sublime Recs Offical Webpage. Tracklist.

 · CO-FUSION ‎- Co-Fu - (Sublime Records-Japan) A perky electro creeps into "Early Summer Daze," and "Jungler Gray" brings in a thoughtful guitar in towards the end. A hint of funk enlivens "Wilbee Wilbee" and a bit of sci-fi spaciness whistles into "Five Forty." And "Torn Open" closes the album on a more pure note of funk.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Co-Fu" on g: Early Summer Daze.

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  3. The clattering percussion on "Cycle," as well, shows off their real strength: those beats. The metallic tones come back on "Dizzy," accompanied by a brighter melodic line, while "A.T.P." strikes a straight-forward 4/4. A perky electro creeps into "Early Summer Daze," and "Jungler Gray" brings in a thoughtful guitar in towards the end.4/5(2).

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