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Phrasenmäher - Heimathiebe Vol. 1 album flac Performer: Phrasenmäher
Title: Heimathiebe Vol. 1
Style: Acoustic, Chanson, Parody
Released: 2011
MP3 album: 1836 mb
FLAC album: 1482 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: VQF AC3 MP4 MP3 WMA AA AHX
Genre: Rock / Pop

Phrasenmäher ‎– Heimathiebe Vol. 1. Label: Flowfish Records ‎– FF 0033. Music By, Recorded By – Phrasenmäher. Vocals, Bass, Boomwhacker – Lenne Kaffka. Vocals, Drums, Drum Programming, Percussion, Ukulele, Boomwhacker – Martin Renner.

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On Imani, Vol. 1, their first album in a decade, Blackalicious reunites triumphantly. Gif of Gab, one of the most underrated technicians of his time, can still trade bars with the best of them, but what makes Vol. 1 particularly powerful-and what separates it from the duo’s work outside of Blackalicious titles-is its warm energy and its infectious groove. The first of a projected trilogy, Imani, Vol. 1 takes important lessons from both, tempering its big ambitions with subtler arrangements and careful pacing. Blackalicious is most effective when Gift of Gab’s knotty multisyllabic schemes unspool without decryption and nestle neatly in the nooks and crannies of Xcel’s soulful romps, and on songs like "Ashes to Ashes" and "I Like the Way You Talk", they lock in.


1 Lüneburg 2:26
2 Hannover 2:43
3 Berlin 2:18
4 Leipzig 2:33
5 Flensburg 2:10
6 Hamburg 4:02
7 Leer 2:21
8 Augsburg 1:28
9 Köln 1:46
10 Hildesheim 3:15
11 München 2:57
12 Esslingen 1:40
13 Heidelberg 2:26
14 Crailsheim 2:09
15 Saarbrücken 2:05
16 Weimar 1:23
17 Frankfurt 2:24
18 Stuttgart 1:26
19 Mehr Stuttgart 1:39
20 Wermelskirchen 2:50


  • Graphics – Jonas Holland-Moritz, Sören Haag
  • Keyboards, Accordion, Guitar, Vocals, Programmed By – Jannis Kaffka
  • Mixed By – Lukas Reichenberger (tracks: 3)
  • Mixed By, Mastered By, Recorded By – Jens Burgdorf
  • Music By, Recorded By – Phrasenmäher
  • Vocals, Bass, Boomwhacker – Lenne Kaffka
  • Vocals, Drums, Drum Programming, Percussion, Ukulele, Boomwhacker – Martin Renner