Album ref.: VKKD103-039
13-title CD extra– 42:25 mn + 9 mp3 bonus tracks from albums OK and Propaganda + 13 Instrumentals MP3 + mpg video
Available in MP3 – 320 Kb/s et OGG formats
Urbano - inicialoj dc – Frankfurt (Germany)
Coproduction inicialoj dc/Vinilkosmo © 2010
CD ALBUM - 12,50€ excl. VAT
FULL ALBUM MP3 - 10€
Please note: The complete album is also available in the following formats by clicking on the desired format: OGG , FLAC or Fair Trade Streaming (ABONKLUBO)
Go to the bottom of the page to download single mp3 tracks.
Urbano satisfies the wishes of many fans who follow inicialoj dc’s musical project to have an album entirely in Esperanto.
The artist recorded – title by title – new arrangements and texts of songs extracted from preceding albums and on the basis of Esperanto versions of his songs played on stage, adding some entirely new songs.
We have therefore been invited on a new adventure in a known country, where melancolic melodies traverse layers of organic and electronic sound waves.
This CD also contains MP3 versions of songs in Esperanto featuring in the albums OK and Propaganda, and thereby presents a complete picture of inicialoj dc’s musical activity in Esperanto so far.
Furthermore, since this project also has a video side, the videoclip of the song “Berlino sen vi” has been added.
And DJ Roger Borges’ collaboration in the song “Tatua papili’” is also noteworthy: he composed the music and the videoclip visible on the Net.
inicialoj dc is :
Eric Languillat: lyrics, music, voice, guitars and synthesizers
Gast musicians in that album:
Roger Borges Grilo : music of the title Tatua papili'
Denis Ducasse : Sample of title Little Pumpkin in La pigra viv'
Martin wiese : martian voice in Ekstertera dolĉaĵ'
Recording and Mixes : Eric Languillat in homstudio in Frankfurt
Mastering : Alexis Bardinet - Globe Audio (Bordeaux / France) in october 2010
photo : Irina Zikuschka
Graphics of the booklet and Cover art : Eric Languillat
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