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Customer Reviews

The brand, what happened to the brand?

The most disappointing thing about this album is not the fact that it is different; in fact, that is part of the reason that D&K are such a trailblazing group. The problem is that the sound that was uniquely, distinctly, and existentially D&K is completely missing from this album, instead replaced by an amalgamation of chemical brothers beats and vocals that oddly resemble the strokes on a bad day. I hope this is not the direction that we are heading, gentlemen.

What..... This is not the Austrian Artist I know....

I have every album, my favorite being dzihan Live in vienna.... As many other patrons of electronic complain about, electronic artists get the "singing bug." This album should have been geared more towards an instrumental scheme.... BUt... watcha gonna do?

What happened?

What happened? I have to agree that this is a disappointment. I love past albums because I could always look forward to great music. Now its been ruined with vocals. Who wants vocals? I usually make my own lyrics and thats what I loved about their music. Vocals aren't what im looking for when I listen to dZihan&Kamien. The only reason I even gave this album two stars is because its dZihan&Kamien. So sad.


Formed: 1995 in Vienna, Austria

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The sound of Vienna-based duo dZihan & Kamien (pronounced Jay-hahn and Kammy-en) can easily be compared with the downtempo, soulful house sounds of Jazzanova, P'taah, or the Naked Music compilations. The duo hit popularity in 1996 with the single "Der Buch," which went big in European clubs and made appearances on several compilations. Their full-length album Freaks & Icons was released in late 2000. Vlado dZihan, originally from Sarajevo, grew up in a predominantly musical household. As a drummer,...
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