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Hot Shots 2 Import

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  • CD (17 juillet 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005K9Z6
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Squares
  2. Al Sharp
  3. Human Being
  4. Gone
  5. Dragon
  6. Broke
  7. Quiet
  8. Alleged
  9. Life
  10. Eclipse
  11. Won

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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Cyrille Dautel le 30 juillet 2007
Format: CD
Tribut toute rigolote originaire de Edimbourg en Ecosse, la bande des quatres béta soit Stephen Mason, John Mc Leans, Robin Jones et Richard Greentree ont mis le bazard dans le paysage de la pop de ces quinze dernières années!
Véritable géo trouvetout et laborantins en herbes ils ont défoncé les sacro saintes frontière établis par une presse spécialisée pas avarde en terme scientifico-catégorique...car c'est vrai ils faut les suivrent ces coquins....Leur son est l'assemblage successif de la lo-fi (sorte de musique nonchalente à consonnance populaire et folky) de breakbeat (branche electro et binaire de la galaxie electro) pas très loin d'un trip hop gorgé de funk et de hip hop car obligé il y a un dj dans le personnel.... vous me suivez là (pas trop compliqué!).
De vrais dadaiste qui ne connaissent pas les contraintes des genres, autrement dit ils se montrent partisant d'un bordel à la fois féerique, mélodique, rythmé et futuriste...des pioniers quoi!!!!!! (j'éxagère un peu....)
Une chose est sure, c'est gars sont une vrais hantise pour les disquaires qui ne savent où les parquer dans les bacs de leur magasins....Une plaie pour les critiques qui n'ont pas su convertir le grand public à leur musique pourtant chargé en qualité et subtilité....La galette qui tourne sur ma platine est leur troisième essais, se bonnifiant au fil de leurs efforts, ce hot shot II (aucune parentée avec le film du même nom, si ce n'est le côté autodérisionel et poilant!
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Breakthrough for the Betas 16 avril 2002
Par A. Hasselwander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Most people first learned about the Betas from "that movie", when John Cusack puts on "Dry the Rain" in order to sell copies of the 3EPs... sure enough, everyone in the store started doing that by-now-familiar Beta Band dance. "Who is this?" a patron asks. "The Beta Band".
"Dry the Rain" was the only song on the 3EPs with pop potential, but anyone buying that CD was pleasantly surprised at the diverse, driving melodies and rainy Scotland day lyrics. But, that one song kept coming up.
With Hot Shots II, the Betas have gotten past High Fidelity, John Cusack, and Dry the Rain. Oh, and they've also gotten past that inconvenient other CD that happened two years ago. New millenium, new Betas. Hot Shots II is probably the best CD of the year, period, and it is still, incredibly, being overlooked. Every song is an original. All the tracks, starting with "Squares", are incredibly catchy, well-produced, and interesting from start to finish.
And, here's a news flash- these guys can PLAY their instruments. While it would be impossible to generate all of these sounds without a lot of overdubbing and sampling, all the guitar, bass, keyboards, and most of the drums is all Human Being-produced. Anyone who's been to a live show can attest to this.
Specific songs do stand out. "Dragon", a dark song about strange people (I think fellow musicians) is haunting, with an amazing synth bass riff. "Human Being" could be the highlight of the record, the Beta Band's equivalent to "A Day in the Life." The banter between Betas on "Eclipse" between the people with the answers and the people with the questions adds a funny, light atmosphere to the record.
Hot Shots II is the closest thing I've heard to what a new post-Pepper Beatles album must have sounded like in 1968- everything is so incredibly new, fresh, and daring. And it sounds great. You will wear out your CD player on this CD.
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Stunningly beautiful spaced out bliss 1 août 2001
Par paul escamilla - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had the Beta Band- 3 Ep's album, and although i liked it a fair amount (especially when stoned ), i was not prepared for how much I would love Hotshots 2....
This is one of those albums that takes me a couple of weeks to get all the way through...The reason? Because as soon as the first song has finished, I absolutely must hear it again...and again...and again....
Eventually, I make it to the second song....and the whole process starts again...but after listening to the second song ten times...well, i have to go back and listen to the first song again....
So, after 3 days, I've only managed to get through the first 4 songs....but every minute has been aural bliss to me...
The beautiful hypnotic melodies are layered onto super-cool trippy beats in a way that makes me think I'm listening to what the Beatles would be creating if they had lasted till 2001....
Others may disagree, but i'd say this is one of the essential recordings of 2001, so far....
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The chill-out Beta Band album? 19 juillet 2004
Par Ian Watts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I picked up Hot Shots II shortly after I got ahold of the Beta Band's new album Heroes to Zeros, even though I was already familiar with several of the tracks. As the follow-up up to their much-maligned (even by the band itself) first album, Hot Shots II was generally regarded as a more polished and deliberate effort than its predecessor. While the record is certainly better than most of the trash out there today, I would say that it suffers from two weaknesses in the end. The first is its uneven quality; Squares is perhaps my favorite Beta Band song, but Eclipse is either a satire I don't get or simply a silly song with bad lyrics. The final track, a cover of One is the Loneliest Number, also sounds pretty out of place and probably should have been left off the album entirely. Another potential weakness is the fact that the album seems to find its sonic range early on and sticks with it to the end. Upon first listen, many of the songs sound fairly similar to each other. After a couple more listens you begin to appreciate the depth and subtlety of the music, but the fact remains that most of the tracks are assembled from the same combination of relaxed vocals, looped melodies, and spacy electronic effects. Those looking for more spontaneity and variety may want to check out the Three EPs or Heroes to Zeros first. If you're in the mood for some laid-back music with a touch of electronic psychedelia, though, Hot Shots II is a sure bet.
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Beta Band's finest work 30 octobre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A couple of years ago, I was pleasantly surprised by the Beta Band's 3 EP's, which was, and still is, quite beyond anything i'd ever heard. Their self-titled full length debut was..well, i don't think disappointing is the word for it; I simply don't know what that album is all about.
But I was always hopeful that the Beta Band could produce a brilliant album, and indeed they have. Hot Shots II is truly an excellent exploration of sounds and original song structures. As soon as I heard 'squares', I just laid back on my coach and thought: Yeps, this is the real deal.
And Hot Shots II just keeps getting better. Whether it's chilling mixture of synthesized and garage-ish drum beats (Human Being, Dragon), or some nice, unexpected emotions (Gone, Life), The Beta Band can't seem to go wrong.
Hot Shots II is the ultimate chill-out album, yet it is too brilliant to be dismissed as background music.
Good job fellaz..
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An imperfect but sorely unheralded masterpiece 23 janvier 2005
Par Clare Quilty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ignore the cheeky title which both plays on the band's frustrated potential and pays homage to a so-so Zucker-Abrams comedy. Ignore that, because I think the first half of this record is the best, most fully realized concept album of the past decade... and I don't even know if it's supposed to be a concept album. But it is complicated, addictive, beautifully melancholy and each song meshes perfectly with the one in front of and behind it (only two songs, the last two tracks, "Eclipse" and "Won" don't measure up to the standards of the rest of the material but everything else is primo).

Imagine a blend of Portishead, early Pink Floyd and, oddly enough, the Alan Parsons project and that's what this is. It also functions as a soundtrack to both heartbreak and the first rush of being in love; and those dual-roles are, of course, what the best pop music does.
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