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Pepe Deluxé - Queen Of The Wave FLAC album

Performer: Pepe Deluxé
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop and RAP / Rock
Title: Queen Of The Wave
Released: 2012
Style: Surf, Psychedelic Rock, Trip Hop, Prog Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1315 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1728 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1460 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 430

Pepe Deluxé is an inter-continental collective orchestra directed by James Spectrum - Baron of Sealand and Paul MalmstrÖm- an explorer of worlds both known and unknown. H Crown Princess Victoria. Pepe donates all the profits from the sales of the album to John Nurminen foundation to help the Baltic Sea, one of the most endangered seas in the world. Scott Walker fronts a Morricone horse opera at the edge of the galaxy" - UNCUT.

Complete your Pepe Deluxé collection. It has a unique flaire mostly thanks to the producers determination to go with a solid underlying theme. The instrumentation and songwriting are excellent. Some of the pieces are almost too theatrical, which is the only real critique I have - I wish it picked up speed again towards the End. This is an Album I would recommend to anyone. Rispondi Avvertimi Helpful. riferendosi a Queen Of The Wave, CD, Album, RIDCD23, RIDCD023

During this time, Pepe Deluxé undertook several remixes for acts such as Tom Jones, The Cardigans, Eminem and Jacknife Lee. In 2003, the band returned with their first single "Salami Fever" from their second album Beatitude. It was composed together with Paul Malmström and it was their first collaboration. They also created a video for the single (showing a master training an apprentice in martial arts using salami and bacon), which was chosen as 'Video of the Decade' by Bizarre magazine. The esoteric pop opera in three parts was titled Queen of the Wave. It was released in January 2012

The Finnish ensemble Pepe Deluxé, ostensibly fronted by James Spectrum and Paul Malmström, are the kind of collective that piles its plates high come a turn at the buffet table. For these characters, spread across an album sold on its packaging as an esoteric pop opera in three parts, there is no fear in the coronation chicken spilling into the prawn cocktail: the more flavours, and the more mixed they become, the better. It’s a commendable approach, one borne by creative freedom and a refreshing ignorance of boundaries

Pepe Deluxe’s attitude that more is more, with their songs presenting layers and layers to be unravelled, would be destined for disaster if the album wasn’t so carefully constructed, and it’s a testament to their skill that the album doesn’t collapse under the weight of all their ambition

When an album like Queen of the Wave comes along, it castes a dark shadow over my wavering musical ambitions, like a horrifying, never-ending scene out of The Masked Canadian Roderick Piper’s award-rejected 1988 film, They Live. Suddenly, the dozen or so tween-wave tracks I made last week with a microKORG, a guitar, and a couple pedals seem painfully insignificant. The dearth of effort I put into them now seems obvious, even to me. I am overwhelmed by the effort Pepe Deluxé went through to capture the live performances of specialized musicians from around North America, Europe, Australia, and.