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Tellos - The Shamen - Axis Mutatis (Cassette, Album)



1995
Label: One Little Indian - SHA 481204 4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Synth-pop, Ambient
Tellos - The Shamen - Axis Mutatis (Cassette, Album)

Axis Mutatis has its own flavor, though where En-tact was uplifting and Boss Drum was quirky, Axis Mutatis is content. "MK2A" is an unforgettable track, "Destination Eschaton" and other tracks are pretty standard Shamen fare, along with the usual sampling of experimental stuff/5(20).

referencing Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala, CD, Album + CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed, 9, SHA 9 If you are looking for a 2nd Lifeforms (FSOL's masterpiece) then try out the bonus disc Arbor Bona Arbor Mala which comes with Axis Mutatis.

 · Axis Mutatis, an Album by Shamen. Released 7 November on One Little Indian (catalog no. TPLPCD; CD). Genres: Electronic, Ambient. Rated # in the best albums of /5(3).

 · The Shamen – Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala. The Shamen. –. Axis Mutatis / Arbor Bona Arbor Mala. Label: One Little Indian – TPLP52CDL. Format: 2 x CD, Album, Limited Edition, Digipak. Country.

Axis Mutatis is an album by the electronic dance music group The Shamen which was released in The album did not receive as much positive feedback as their previous album, Boss Drum or was as popular as it, but Axis Mutatis still remained a fairly successful release, with the band eventually releasing four music videos for it. A Deep Dish remix of "Transamazonia" appeared on the WipEout soundtrack. The initial release of Axis Mutatis .


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1 thoughts on “Tellos - The Shamen - Axis Mutatis (Cassette, Album)”

  1. Voodoole says:

     · Axis Mutatis. Striving for a bit more of an experimental sound with their third full-on electronic album, the Shamen slipped up a bit on the pop charts and thus failed to attract mainstream fans or the emerging listening-techno crowds. The singles "Transamazonia" and "Destination Eschaton" are enjoyable, but their one-two punch can't compare to /10(10).

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