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Terranova

Terranova’s first release was “Tokyo Tower”, which catapulted Fetisch, Meister and Kaos straight into the British press - exposing a a unique sound creation with their fresh blend of hip hop beats and the well-renowned European tradition of electronic music. At the turn of 1998, Terranova released their highly-revered ‘DJ Kicks…’ compilation album - which gained them further recognition and is still regarded as one of the best and most loved in the highly-respected series. Remixes for Fanatik and Jungle Brothers followed among many others and their subsequent releases that woul ...read more

Terranova’s first release was “Tokyo Tower”, which catapulted Fetisch, Meister and Kaos straight into the British press - exposing a a unique sound creation with their fresh blend of hip hop beats and the well-renowned European tradition of electronic music. At the turn of 1998, Terranova released their highly-revered ‘DJ Kicks…’ compilation album - which gained them further recognition and is still regarded as one of the best and most loved in the highly-respected series. Remixes for Fanatik and Jungle Brothers followed among many others and their subsequent releases that would arrive later on in 1999 for Copasetik, such as ‘Turn Around (feat. Cath Coffey)’ and, more recently, ‘Just Enough’ (which would see the Stereo MC’s linked for some remix action, alongside world-renowned photographer Juergen Teller making his first foray into film direction for the band’s accompanying video) have since ensured that Terranova excursions on vinyl have found their way deep into the record boxes of many a self-respecting DJ. Alongside the previously mentioned work and commissions - so far propelling the guys into some of the most in-demand status around, Terranova now have their debut LP for Copasetik, ‘Close The Door’, unleashed on a global scale. Asides from representing a full culinary experience for those listening to it, the album stands as a testimony to the whole collaborationist ethic via appearances by the Stereo MC’s very own Cath Coffey (‘Turn Around’, ‘Midnight Melodic’ and ‘Sweet Bitter Love’) Source: http://www.last.fm/music/Terranova « hide


LPs
Restless
2015

4
2 Votes
Hotel Amour
02/13/2012

4
1 Votes
Digital Tenderness
2004

4.2
3 Votes
Peace Is Tough
2003

Hitchhiking Non-Stop With No Particular...
2002

B-Sides & Remixes
2002

3.5
1 Votes
Close the Door
1999

4.5
2 Votes
DJ-Kicks
1997

4
1 Votes
EPs
New Land
01/01/2012

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