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Voltaj - Și Ce? album flac

Voltaj - Și Ce? album flac Performer: Voltaj
Title: Și Ce?
Style: Eurodance, Euro House
Released: 2004
Country: Romania
MP3 album: 1231 mb
FLAC album: 1449 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: DXD WMA FLAC DTS VQF XM FLAC
Genre: Pop

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A1. Și Ce? Music By – Voltaj. Povestea Oricui ‎(CD, Album).

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Voltaj is a Romanian pop rock group. They won the Best Romanian Act award at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2005. They represented Romania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with the song "De la capăt". Gabi „Porcus Constantin (electric guitar). Adrian Cristescu (keyboards). Valeriu „Prunus Ionescu (bass guitar). Oliver Sterian (drums). Interview Bobby Stoica (keyboardist Voltaj). Interview Calin Goia (singer Voltaj).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Și Ce? 3:38
A2 Și Ce? (Activ Vision Rmx)
Remix – Activ
4:22
B1 Eu Cu Mine (Activ & Optick 20 Hours Rmx)
Remix – Activ , Optick
8:11
B2 Și Ce? (Accapela) 1:24

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cat Music
  • Copyright (c) – Cat Music
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 57332M
  • Distributed By – Media Services

Credits

  • Music By, Lyrics By – Voltaj

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 420565 001672
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - stamped): 57332M1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - stamped): 57332M2/A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Voltaj Și Ce? ‎(CD, Maxi) Cat Music none Romania 2004


Comments: (1)
Glei
This pressing is of a hit song from the mid 2000's by rock-pop group Voltaj. I've always wondered why Voltaj never had any pressing except for this one, let alone most of the musicians coming out of Romania. The 2000's seemed to be dominated by CD's and tapes, with tapes not really going out of style until the early 2010s. I immediately knew why Voltaj hadn't done vinyl (aside from the fact that it was a poor business choice at the time) once I dropped the needle on this record. As an engineer, I'm glad that I got this record because I've needed references to look at, and this is a really good example of what not to do. The remixes (although a bit lackluster) and acapella sound fine, but the title track, "Si Ce?" is really disappointing to listen to. The lowend distorts heavily at certain points, but what's especially annoying is the sibilance from both the hats + vocals, which distort the song into a resonant ear piercing mess, peaking around 13khz. The acapella part shows that by itself, the vocals sound fine. But when mixed together with the high end material of the hats, it really starts pushing the physical limitations of the record. While it's a bit more tolerable on speakers, it still kinda sucks. Looking at the recording through my DAW I found that there's a high end rolloff on the master, which shows that the engineers tried to get this to translate well. They probably knew this was gonna be a novelty item so they said "screw it" and put it out as is. It's worth mentioning that I bought the record for the acapella so that I could use the stems for a remix. However the acapella is just the chorus looped twice between the "Si Ce!" chants. If you're looking for a full acapella, it doesn't exist.