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Channel X - A Million Colours flac album

Channel X - A Million Colours flac album
Title:
A Million Colours
Performer:
Channel X
Style:
Hardcore, Techno
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1144 mb
Other formats:
MP1 AU AHX VQF AIFF AC3 MOD
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

A Million Colours Turned On (1997). A million coloursRunning out of control. That sounds swell to meIt will do me a lot of good.

Channel X - a million colours. ARTIST: Channel X. TITLE: A Million Colours. LABEL: Black Diamond. This g record was licensed by PWL and became a top 40 record in the UK. 1994 saw the release of the first Channel X full album To the Top. The opening title-track Take it to the Top became a number one record in Japan. The band did some extensive touring in the land of the rising sun and became the leader of the Euro techno invasion.

A Million Colours is an attempt by . to do the "UK Breakbeat" sound, but unlike similar efforts like Running Out Of Time it sounds a bit too cheesy. It's by no means a bad track, in fact it's quite decent. The "Subway mix" tries really hard to be cool but falls flat on its face. Pretty standard stuff, eh? Well, the real reason to get this release is the b-side track, Channel X. A truly throbbing bassline-meets-riff warps your mind almost from the beginning, alongside crowd noises and obligatory vocal samples, oldschool bleeps

The song 'A Million Colours' by Channel X has a tempo of 136 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Tuned I. .A million colours Running out of control.

A MILLION COLOURS ends its long film festival run on a high note by winning BEST FOREIGN FILM, a SPECIAL JURY AWARD for DRAMATIC FEATURES and a BEST ACTOR nomination for Wandile Molebatsi at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival! 12 August 2013 · New York, NY, United States ·. A MILLION COLOURS has been nominated for Best Picture and Best Director at the upcoming Action On Film International Film Festival!

by. Channel X. Beat Box 1992. Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Was sampled in 1 song. Hook, Riff Electronic, Dance. Flammable by Johnny Jungle (1993).

Channel X. A Million Colours. Million Colours Of Nature (Original Mix).

Tracklist

1 A Million Colours 5:37
2 A Million Colours (Subway Mix) 4:01
3 Channel X (Illegal Mix) 5:19
4 Channel X (Naked Version) 4:57

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BB 039 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(12") Beat Box BB 039 Belgium 1992
PWLT 232 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(12", Promo) Black Diamond PWLT 232 UK 1992
carol 2524-0 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(12", Single) Caroline Records carol 2524-0 US 1992
CAR 02524-2 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(CD) Caroline Records CAR 02524-2 US 1992

Tracklist

A Million Colours 5:37
A Million Colours (Subway Mix) 4:01
Channel X (Illegal Mix) 5:19
Channel X (Naked Version) 4:57

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BB 039 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(12") Beat Box BB 039 Belgium 1992
PWLT 232 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(12", Promo) Black Diamond PWLT 232 UK 1992
carol 2524-0 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(12", Single) Caroline Records carol 2524-0 US 1992
CAR 02524-2 Channel X A Million Colours ‎(CD) Caroline Records CAR 02524-2 US 1992
BB 039 CDS Channel X A Million Colours ‎(CD, Maxi) Beat Box BB 039 CDS Belgium 1992


Reviews:
  • Marad
A Million Colours is an attempt by M.N.O. to do the "UK Breakbeat" sound, but unlike similar efforts like Running Out Of Time it sounds a bit too cheesy. It's by no means a bad track, in fact it's quite decent. The "Subway mix" tries really hard to be cool but falls flat on its face.Pretty standard stuff, eh? Well, the real reason to get this release is the b-side track, Channel X.A truly throbbing bassline-meets-riff warps your mind almost from the beginning, alongside crowd noises and obligatory vocal samples / oldschool bleeps. The "Naked Version" is, as the title would suggest, a stripped down mix. Still with all the ingredients intact, but spread more minimally across the track.Coming pretty much at the tail-end of the classic Oldschool era (before Gabber & Happy Hardcore took over), Channel X - Channel X is one of the lesser well known Belgian Techno anthems.
  • Zainian
Pure madness when A-side is spun with the other breakbeat cuts from this era, both sides are underrated. Personally, A Million Colors>Running Out Of Time.