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Whoosh! - Sometimes flac album

Whoosh! - Sometimes flac album
Trance, Progressive House
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1783 mb
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Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Whoosh! collection. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. A gem of a tune the (somedub) mix does it for me,Classic. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.

Sometimes (Out of Body Mix). Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Contains samples of 1 song. Sound Effect, Other Soundtrack. Main Titles by James Horner (1986).

Sometimes is the debut solo album by City and Colour, a side project of Dallas Green, a guitarist and singer for the band Alexisonfire. However, due to high demand, the songs were compiled onto a studio album and released through Dine Alone Records.

Whoosh by The Stroppies, released 01 March 2019 1. Nothing At All 2. Present Tense 3. First Time Favourites 4. My Style, My Substance 5. Pen Name 6. Cellophane Car 7. Better Than Before 8. The Spy 9. Entropy 10. Switched On Whoosh is a silly word, says Gus Lord of the Stroppies. There is something completely nonsense about it, especially when removed from any kind of context. For me it conjures up images of something absurd and transient - two things fundamental in the experience of listening to or making good pop music.

Thread starter cybercore. Start date Mar 17, 2010. Windows Forum Community.


Kinetic Side
Sometimes (Out Of Body Mix)
This Side
Sometimes (Somedub)
Sometimes (Otherdub)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Braink 29 Whoosh! Sometimes ‎(12") Brainiak Records Braink 29 UK 1992
Braink 29 Woosh* Sometimes ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Brainiak Records Braink 29 UK 1992

Out of Body Mix is a moody, proggy trancer that envelops you in its hypnotic layers... Amazing track. 10/10
  • Enditaling
The most rewarding track on this twelve, the Out of Body Mix, starts with what I think is a looped sample from JMJ's Oxygene. Now this is what I call a proper trance record, not that Goa nonsense that came later ;-). Still sounds great 20 years on, I'm very glad I kept my copy.As for the vocal samples, I always thought the main refrain was 'life....sometimes it seems your just a dream'. For the record, Whoosh also produced a rather excellent progressive vocal house track not long after this release called Exploring the New Mood, well worth listening to or buying if you should be that way inclined.
  • Mavegelv
i agree with your comments 100%.A gem of a tune the (somedub) mix does it for me,Classic
  • Mori
Whopper tune alright one of my fav old skool trance tracks.
  • luisRED
I'm surprised that there have been no comments about this tune to date. It is one of those releases that hovers somewhere between house, techno and acid. Quite unusually, the Spooky remixes are not the best thing about this release - the original is much more impressive. The song takes ages to build up but when it does kick it it just builds and builds. It has got some vocals drifting through it, saying: "Sometimes its just a dream" (well that is what I think it says!) and it has got a haunting light acid riff drifting through it as well. Absolute class.
  • Manarius
i think it says, "space! sometimes you need some space to breathe!"