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  • JoJosida says:
    This version of the release, is the same as "Café Del Mar" - except for the text printed on the disc label is printed as '' (it should be ), and the cat. no. there is formatted as REACT CD 41 (in all other places it is React CD )/5(4).
  • Kebar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Café Del Mar on Discogs/5().
  • Turn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Café Del Mar (The Best Of) on Discogs. Label: Mercury - • Series: Café Del Mar - The Best Of • Format: CD Compilation, Enhanced CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: /5(4).
  • Goltirn says:
    Cafe Del Mar, volumen Ocho, a post Padilla compilation if I understood correctly is a collection of way better tunes than this first cd. This is my personal opinion. There is nothing wrong with exposing Penguin Cafe Orchestra to a greater audience, but frankly, I am way happier with the later Cafe Del Mar compilations - tunes are better, meld /5(30).
  • Tutilar says:
    – Penguin Cafe Orchestra: Music For A Found Harmonium: 5 – Sun Electric: Sundance: 6 – Leftfield: Fanfare Of Life: 7 – Sisterlove: The Hypnotist: 8 – Underworld: Second Hand: 9 – Ver Vlads: Crazy Ivan: 10 – A Man Called Adam: Estelle: 11 – Obiman: On The Rocks: 12 – Tabula Rasa: Sunset At The Cafe Del Mar.
  • Gogore says:
    Penguin Cafe Orchestra - BBC Broadcast '
  • Kerisar says:
    Ibizan chill-out culture earned a bad reputation over the years for patronizing the pretentious marijuana factions of a dance community reeling from the globalization of acid house, but the maiden installment of the Café del Mar series is one of its most touching, even if it 6/
  • Douzshura says:
    NOTE: The Australian release of "Café del Mar Volumen Seis" ((c) Mercury Records Ltd (London)) does not contain the additional track 'José Padilla – "Adios Ayer" – ' between tracks 12 and 13 in the track list above, that some other releases (such as the EU release) do.
  • Brakasa says:
    First, it starts off with The Penguin Cafe Orchestra's "Music for a found harmonium". Anyone familiar with the Napolean Dynamite Movie Soundtrack would know this song. A great piece of music - very groovy indeed! The next track "Face a la Mer" just emphasizes how great of a artist Massive Attack is/5(22).

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