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Western Rebel Alliance - Western Rebel Alliance FLAC album

Western Rebel Alliance - Western Rebel Alliance FLAC album
Western Rebel Alliance
Western Rebel Alliance
Downtempo, Ambient
FLAC album size:
1973 mb
Other formats:
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Western Rebel Alliance - Western Rebel Alliance FLAC album


Feeling Blue 4:33
So Strange 4:54
Waiting For The Day 5:02
Falling 5:40
Medititty 6:05
Crazy 6:30
Spaniard 6:24
Fly 6:30
Outerspace 6:47


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BBEAT006CD Western Rebel Alliance Western Rebel Alliance ‎(CD, Album) Backroom Beats BBEAT006CD UK 2006
solmc-068 Western Rebel Alliance Western Rebel Alliance ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Solstice Music International solmc-068 Japan 2006
BBEAT006CD Western Rebel Alliance Western Rebel Alliance ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Backroom Beats BBEAT006CD UK 2006

  • Hugifyn
[Bit more information on this album from psyshop.com]Western Rebel Alliance has nothing to do with Star Wars as many people seem to think, but is a collection of artists from the West of England.Jules Evans, Ronnie Biggs and Joel Chinn provide the programming and the instrumentals, with the ethereal vocals of Paula Crawford aka 'The Duchess' being produced by Jules Evans (Muki, Underwolves) and Professor Stretch (Underwolves) who have between them worked with artists such as Simply Red, Mark Morrison, DMX, 50 Cent and Sugababes. We can safely say that these guys know how to produce a record.Western Rebel Alliance, renowned for their deep space non-invasive character, used to release incredible chill out tracks through the now extinct Flying Rhino Records. Hypnotic, gorgeous guitar melodies would wobble out of a black hole, give you a quiet kiss on the ear lobe and evaporate as peacefully as they came. Interstellar whales would float past uttering their solemn cries. However it still fitted quite nicely into the genre of psychedelic ambient music. However, this album is harder to classify.Zero 7 meets Morcheeba with a touch of psychedelia.
  • ndup
Overall I think this album is good. I'm not dissapointed because I knew it was never going to live up to what I wanted. But I just feel like if they had put more effort into this and made a few decisions differently that this could have been fantastic and a contender for album of the year. It just seems a bit lazy, 2 previously released tracks and 1 which is basically a previously track, shortened and vocalised. The 6 new tracks (at least new to me) are all very varied and apart from the too jazzy 'crazy' I do like them all in there way. Although they are varied they still flow together quite well. Not amazingly but better than ramdom thoughts just thrown together. My main dissapointment was the length. The tracks get progressively longer throughout the album but the last and longest track is still under 7 minutes and being only 9 tracks the album is just 52 minutes in length. Having put 3 old tracks on the album I wish they put Slewake on it too as that is my favourite Western Rebel Alliance track ever and one of my favourite all time tracks too. So it's a good album but it could easily have been a lot better. Favourite Tracks are #4 Falling and #8 Fly.