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Elfish Echo - Strong Medicine mp3 album

  • Performer: Elfish Echo
  • Title: Strong Medicine
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Germany
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Abstract, Jungle, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1588 mb
  • FLAC album: 1416 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 224
Elfish Echo - Strong Medicine mp3 album

Elfish Echo - Strong Medicine (1999). Songs in album Elfish Echo - Strong Medicine (1999).

Real Name: Luka Höfler. Aliases: Burkhard Höfler, Das Erdmännchen, Der Ölige Fisch, Lu Katavist. Strong Medicine (Album). Source Records (2). Germany.

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Amy & Jordan 5:56
I/O 3:52
Friendly Robbery 7:59
Windkanal 5:22
Molybdän 5:24
Bitten 6:27
Strictly Insular 3:57
Murasaki 6:17
Slick 5:44
Sommerloch 3:56
Yumi's Theme 5:18
Tsuge 3:57


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
980730 Elfish Echo Strong Medicine ‎(CD, Album) Source Records 980730 Germany 1999
980730 2xLP Elfish Echo Strong Medicine ‎(2xLP) Source Records 980730 2xLP Germany 1999

Reviews about Elfish Echo - Strong Medicine (1):
Even though Elfish Echo's STRONG MEDICINE has they rhythmic trappings of drum'n'bass, its abstract flavor gives it more of an edge, like the melodic stabs of "Amy & Jordan" or the Tim Hecker-esque guitar refraction of "Friendly Robbery." But you can also hear little bits of cheekiness too, like the lounge intro that kicks off "Bitten," before it dives into jazzed-up chaos. There's still plenty of roughness, as on the clattering drums of "I/O," the deepness of "Molybdän," or the galloping bass (and then jazzy piano chords) of "Slick," but there's also plenty of mellowness too: the spacious "Windkanal," the sparseness that permeates of "Strictly Insular." "Murasaki" follows that emptiness with some lighter breaks that slowly fill in sonically. "Yumi's Theme" loses the drum'n'bass altogether for some space jazz, and "Tsuge" closes the album with the rhythms, but once again abstract. Forward thinking beats here.

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