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Alternative Ocean's 13 soundtrack

After listening to the album twice there's not really one song that stands out. They all have a simliar feel. Unlike past Gotan Project albums that have been filled with passion and made you want to tango, this album is too playful and sounds like amateurs with a basic soundboard. Listen to the La Gloria remix to see what I mean. The accordion was a staple from the last 2 albums and had long, drawn out, soulful notes, like in Queremos Paz, while here they're short and choppy. It doesn't have the feel passion of Mi Confesion or the need to get up and dance tango in Santa Maria. I miss the feeling of dancing with someone that used to accompany listening to their music. This doesn't make me think of Paris or Buenos Aires and the lifestyle that goes along with Tango. The Ocean's movies have used Gotan Project in the past and this album seems like it was made for another movie. It just isn't that good.

not what i was expecting

no comparison to 'lunatico'..

Ehhhh... 50/50

I'm on the fence with this one. It's good, sure, but it's not as good as their older stuff. I think the other reviewer kinda nailed it when he said that the formula has expired. Still a great album & better than so much other music out there, but not quite living up to what these guys are capable of.


Formed: 1999 in Paris, France

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Before they perfected the electronica-meets-tango sound of the Gotan Project, Paris musicians Philippe Cohen Solal and Christoph H. Mueller worked together in the Boys from Brazil and Stereo Action Unlimited as early as 1996. Releasing their music on Solal's Ya Basta label, the two quickly caught the ears of Jazzanova, Gilles Peterson, Mr. Scruff, and other electronica tastemakers, while Coca-Cola picked a Boys from Brazil track for a European television commercial. Despite all the success, the duo...
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Tango 3.0 (Deluxe Version), Gotan Project
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music, Latino
  • Released: Apr 19, 2010

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