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Interprète:

Bjørn Torske

Titre:

Trøbbel

Genre:

Electronique

Taille de l'album MP3:

1820 mb

Label:

Tellé

Classement:

4.0

Style:

Dub Techno, Deep House, Minimal

Pays:

Norway

Date de publication:

2001

Catalogue:

TELLÉ 012

Téléchargement le album Bjørn Torske - Trøbbel

Tracklist

1Knas0:36
2Oppi Ura7:50
3Hard Trafikk4:44
4Knekkebrød5:58
5Maurenes Marsj5:34
6Westside Hotel
Featuring, Written-by [Laget Av] – Torbjørn Brundtland
4:57
7Bobla4:57
8Vind & Regn4:43
9Møhlenpris6:44
10Trøbbel På Taket3:00
11Don't Push Me6:22
12Brus2:19

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Tellé 012, TELLÉ 012Bjørn Torske Trøbbel ‎(CD, Album)Tellé, TelléTellé 012, TELLÉ 012Norway2001
STS220LPBjørn Torske Trøbbel ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM)Smalltown SupersoundSTS220LPNorway2015
STS220CDBjørn Torske Trøbbel ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Smalltown SupersoundSTS220CDNorway2015

Crédits

  • Layout [Omslag Tilrettelagt På Edb]Christer Hopland
  • Written-by [Laget Av], Producer, Artwork By [Omslag Tegnet]Bjørn Torske

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Album

Trøbbel by Bjørn Torske, released 27 January 2015 1. Knekkebrød 2. Bobla 3. Hard Trafikk 4. Knas 5. Trøbbel på Taket 6. Møhlenpris 7. Maurenes Marsj 8. Oppi Ura 9. Vind & Regn 10. Don't Push Me 11. Brus 12. With all of Torske's album discography now with their natural home Smalltown Supersound, the label can finally feel complete. Debut album Nedi Myra was first released on UK label Ferox and his second album Trøbbel originally came out on Telle Records. They have been out print for many years and have not been distributed on any digital streaming sites. Much different from Nedi Myra, this 2001 album is a collection of quirky, often charming pieces that can be loosely categorized as melodic easy listening electronica, with inspirations including early electronic music, instrumental pop, dub, synth pop, video game soundtracks, and, in the case of Bobla, possibly Steely Dan's Do It Again. Trøbbel is a music album by Bjørn Torske released in 2001. Trøbbel is ranked 78,254th in the overall chart, 17,652nd in the 2000s, and 1,568th in the year 2001. Trøbbel by Bjørn Torske Year: 2001 Overall rank: 78,254th. Average Rating: 74100 from 1 vote. Bjørn Torske is a house music producer. Born in 1971 in Tromsø, Norway, Torske became involved with producing music and local radio before moving to Bergen, Norway. He has collaborated on many occasions with Röyksopp. Expresso - 1998 - Ferox Records. Aerosoles - 2000 - Svek. Disco Members - 2000 - Tellé. Hard Trafikk - 2001 - Tellé. Crystal Bois. Ny Lugg Kort Bak, Lang På Siden - March 6, 2006 - Smalltown Supersound. Kokt Kveite - 2007 - Smalltown Supersound. His sensitivity as a producer makes the album, for all the styles it lightly flits through, an organic room-tone odyssey at heart: alive with inventive sounds and warm with feeling. As the album progresses, Torske gets more unleashed, slathering Nitten Nitti with a goofy-fun vocal synth arpeggio and framing stylized dub reggae with monster-party samples on Versjon Wolfenstein. After the more focused songs preceding it, the 12-minute closing epic Furu is a bit long-winded for my tastes, but at least it feels earned. Album 2001 12 Songs. Trøbbel Bjørn Torske. Bjørn Torske. Critic Score. ørn Torske. Trøbbel, 2015. Møhlenpris, 06:43. Listen free to Bjørn Torske Trøbbel Knekkebrød, Bobla and more. 12 tracks 57:33. Norwegian producer and DJ originally from Tromsdalen, Norway. Torske's debut release was the . EP compilation where he appeared as Alegria and with Ole Johan Mjøs as Radikal Buzz. Torske and Mjøs then formed Ismistik and released 3 EPs on Djax, as well as collaborating with Rune Lindbæk in Open Skies and Volcano. Torske then moved to Bergen and continued Ismistik as a solo project without Mjøs, recording the classic Remain album which was released in 1995. Bjørn Torske helped change that. His pallet of weird, dubbed-out sounds was hugely influential to a younger generation of Norwegian producers. Unless you were into left-field house and techno at the time, Torske's first albums may have passed you by. In 2001 Torske got even stranger with his second album, Trøbbel. It wasn't as instantly likable as Nedi Myra, but it had its own freaky charm. The album's opener, Knekkerbrød, has a conventional bassline and chords, but in place of a beat is a monotonous synthesizer and a gross slurping sound

Lonesome Orange Kid
To me, this is Torske's LP masterpiece. I love all his albums, from "Nedi Myra" to "Byen", but this one really hits my sweet spot. Torske manages to balance opposites in a unique, elegant and truly flawless way. Dancefloor euphoria with gentle comedown sensibilities; analog synthesis with human, intuitive spontaneity; Scandinavian coolness mixed with a warm breeze from the south; and most of all, the seductive fusion of funky weirdness, trippy experimentalism and sincere heart-melting emotions. I mean, this is not just heady, freaky hipster-electronica, this is music you could cry to.

Many more things could be said about this beauty, but I'll spare you. Just listen!

There is a remastered version to be bought on Torske's bandcamp. Buy it directly from him, to support your favourite disco swinger!
Hudora
Repress on the way....Jan 2015

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