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AIR - Moon Safari album flac Performer: AIR
Title: Moon Safari
Style: Downtempo, Future Jazz
Released: 2007
MP3 album: 1629 mb
FLAC album: 1355 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: ADX DXD AC3 MOD DMF VOX AU
Genre: Electronic / Pop

Moon Safari is the debut studio album by French electronic music duo Air, released on 16 January 1998. Virgin Records re-released Moon Safari on 14 April 2008 to mark the album's tenth anniversary. Moon Safari was acclaimed by critics and remains Air's most renowned release.

Moon Safari is the debut studio album by Air, released on 16 January 1998. Moon Safari Q&A. Producers Air. Writers Beth Hirsch, Jean-Benoît Dunckel, Nicolas Godin & 1 more. Backing Vocals Jean-Benoît Dunckel & Nicolas Godin. Electronics Jean-Benoît Dunckel.

Artist: Air Album: Moon Safari Label: Source Year: 1998 00:00 La Femme D'Argent 07:10 Sexy Boy 12:09 All I Need 16:37 Kelly . .This is maybe the best album of all time.

LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Moon Safari" isn't perfect, but that doesn't change the fact that it's a very influential and fun album. The first song, for example, easily sounds like it was done by a live band, but in fact it's all digital. Knowing this makes the experience infinitely more interesting. Sadly, not every track is fun like on "Talkie Walkie", not that there are bad songs, but the ones that are great trump the rest ("La Femme d'Argent" especially). This also, obviously, hurts the experience if you're trying to listen to it from start-to-finish

And so it is with Air's Moon Safari. but it sold in squillions, meaning that there's barely a music fan over 25 who doesn't own it or know every note. Of course, there's a reason for its ubiquity. It's great, and now in a sparkling, expanded version, 10 years on maybe we can listen properly again. Eventually one senses that Moon Safari became the band's albatross. In later years even the writers felt the need to turn what would become to be known as a classic 'chillout' album into pummellingly loud concert numbers, just to get something new out of them. It's up to you, the horizontal listener, as to whether you can still really hear it. Let's hope so.

Album · 1998 · 10 Songs. Without being as kitschy or (wink, wink) ironic as its spacey Sexy Boy single might lead you to believe, the album is an immaculate collection of suave Moog moves and future-disco downtempo.