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Timo Maas - Lifer mp3 track

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Performer: Timo Maas
Title: Lifer
Country: Germany
Released: 2013
Style: Tech House, Progressive House, Synth-pop, Ambient, Techno, Hip Hop
Category: Electronic / Pop
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: VQF MP3 VOC ASF MP1 AUD DTS

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Vision 6:34
2 Tantra 8:39
3 Grown Up
Featuring – Mikill Pane
4 Kick 1 Kick 3 3:53
5 Articulation
Featuring – Katie Cruel
6 Scope 5:14
7 Train In My Kitchen 6:26
8 Abundance 2:18
9 Cash Johnny 6:33
10 The Hunted
Featuring – James Lavelle
11 College 84
Featuring – Brian Molko

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060243323927

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PONYLP001D Timo Maas Lifer ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Rockets & Ponies PONYLP001D Germany 2013
none Timo Maas Lifer ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Rockets & Ponies none Germany 2013

Following up on a stellar 2013, Timo Maas kick starts the new year with the final remix package taken from his album, ‘Lifer’.

com - free downloads, news, tour dates, videos, photos, music. Press Release: 2013 should be a vintage year for Timo Maas. For those that have followed the trajectory of Maas’ previous 2 artist albums (Loud and Pictures), Lifer contains yet more wildly divergent collaborators, from Brighton chanteuse Katie Cruel (formerly of We Fell To Earth and now signed to Rockets & Ponies), who weighs in with the haunting ‘Articulation’, the gritty rap delivered by rising one-to-watch, Mikill Pane on ‘.

Lifer is just too song-based to be lumped in with the house crowd, as late album highlight "The Hunted," with . s James Lavelle, fits better with Depeche Mode than Deep Dish.

DC10 – REMIXES – COCOON – ALBUM -2013 should be a vintage year for Timo Maas. Over the next 12 months, he’ll release his long awaited new artist album, Lifer, featuring Mikill Pane, Placebo’s Brian Molko, . It was also where Bach spent the greater part of his life and where one can find the beautiful Bückeburg Palace, where Prince Alexander of Schaumburg-Lippe still lives. It is also the hometown of our hero Timo Maas, who is – somewhat unsurprisingly – buddies with the prince. Has it really been 14 years since Maas’ music burnt itself indelibly on our synapses with the all-conquering remix of Azzido Da Bass’ ‘Doom’s Night’? Indeed it is.

Artist: Timo Maas Album: Lifer Label: Rockets and Ponies Release date: 22/04/13. We all want our music to surprise us. No matter how much stick-in-the-mud fans will protest their favourite artist's ‘new direction' and raise their proverbial ‘old stuff was better than the new stuff' pickets, the fact remains that variety and change is essential to any decent musicians output. There's little holding the album together save the ‘made by' stamp of the charismatic Maas, who, being a master of surprise for some time now, has earned his badge of eclecticism and can incorporate any number of disparate sounds into his production repertoire without raising the hackles of his fans. What Lifer lacks in continuity it makes up for in creativity.

Loud is an album by Timo Maas released in 2001. Maas had previously released albums of other performers' material he remixed but Loud is his own debut album. Lunar Magazine's Sean Meddel writes that Maas "gets it mostly right" but Entertainment.

Tracklist: 1. Timo Maas – Vision (6:34) 2. Timo Maas – Tantra (8:39) 3. Timo Maas & Mikill Pane – Grown Up (feat. Mikill Pane (3:12) 4. Timo Maas – Kick 1 Kick 3 (3:53) 5. Timo Maas & Katie Cruel – Articulation (feat.