Momentum

Calibro 35 - Momentum
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January 24, 2020 / Release Date
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This is a great record. For die-hard Calibro Fans, it's certantly a different record; now there's less of the poliziottesco vibe and more downtempo - trip hop insipired sounds. However, this is not necessarily bad; the vocal tracks with Illa J and MEI are great, and the rest is quite good too. The highlights of the record for me are definitely Fake It Till You Make It and Death of Storytelling - classic Calibro but with a more actual, downtempo, jazzy twist. Give it a listen.
DukeEman
78
Some hip instrumental tracks that sound like they came from a badly dubbed trashy Italian b-grade movie, but the vocal track featuring Illa j is damn perfect...
Frippotronic
59
Why include hip hop in your jazzy poliziotessco/giallo-inspired funkyness? I really nejoyed their last album Decade, but they took the decision to spice things up and went more downtempo and hip hop road, which is in my opinion completely not the way. I want to feel badass while listening to this music!
currentjoyys
60
FAVORITE TRACK: Stan Lee

LEAST FAVORITE TRACK: Glory-Fake-Nation

A really cool, jazzy almost-all instrumental album. The few vocals on it are really good and add to the appeal of the genre changing it to an album with r&b influences rather than just instrumental. It's interesting and I can't really decide on a genre it would fall under but I suggest giving it a listen
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Added on: November 8, 2019