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Sub6 - Who Needs Love Songs album flac
  • Performer: Sub6
  • Title: Who Needs Love Songs
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Date of release: 2004
  • Music style: Electro, Psy-Trance
  • MP3 size: 1556 mb
  • FLAC size 1461 mb

The Power of Psychedelic Trance. Sub6 - Who Needs Love Songs. 4 years ago. found it finally! can forget great album. 3 years ago. sub6 power style :) who needs love songs ;) amazing album.

Songs have been written about every topic imaginable, but the best ones - from swooning '50s ballads to contemporary club bangers - have been penned about the ups and downs of being in love. We are counting down the top 50 Hot 100 hits with a form of the word "love" in the title. After producer Walter Afanasieff delivered the new Savage Garden album to Columbia, he was given a message to take back to the band: "It's an artistic masterpiece. But we want another 'Truly Madly Deeply. Lulu hated the songs the producers of the film "To Sir With Love" were considering for the soundtrack. She asked her friend Mark London to write a title song she could sing.

Who doesn't love Lloyd Dobler? "Unchained Melody" by the Righteous Brothers. An epic love song from the 1965 album Just Once in My Life. There are a variety of versions floating around, but this particular one was immortalized in the film Ghost. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" by Roberta Flack. For men who like their partner to take charge and call dibs, Cline's ballad from the 1962 Sentimentally Yours album is a top pick. No matter where she goes or who she runs into, her man is still hers, and hers alone. If I Never Met You" by Barbra Streisand.

Love Songs is a compilation album by the American rock band Heart. It was released January 10, 2006.

Everyone needs someone they can count on. Show a friend or loved one that they're not alone with an "I'm Here For You" Playlist of pop, rock and country songs about support and being there. We have a long list of pop, rock, and country songs that can help you uplift and encourage them, letting them know they're not alone. That can make all the difference. I'll be your friend Your other brother Another love to come and comfort you And I'll keep reminding If it's the only thing I ever do I will always love I will always love you. 8. "Everybody Hurts" by . This 1992 song provides reassurance that on occasion everyone cries, feels alone, and considers letting go. Everybody hurts, and in those times it's important to seek solace from those who can support you. Hang on and know that you're not alone in your fight.

Are you looking for the best love songs to soundtrack you own fairy tale romance? Every good Tinder or OkCupid story needs the appopriate tunes to go with it. Sure, a slew of modern classics (such as just about every Taylor Swift song) certainly do an enviable job, but believe it or not, people have been writing romantic paeans since long before the age of dating apps. Make no mistake-we not only surveyed the present day, but dug painstakingly through the archives to uncover the best love songs ever written. You'll find timeless ballads (.

These were the best new romantic love songs of 2018, worth playing on-repeat. All the feels required. The "Let It Go" singer (once an opening act for Hozier) is now an acclaimed performer back with another soulful single off his new album, Electric Light. Us" feels hopeful and optimistic, a departure from many songs on Chaos and the Calm (2015). Mariner's Apartment Complex" - Lana Del Rey. As Lena Dunham so eloquently put it, "The new Lana song is perfect. Why are all the songs I wanna cry about boys to produced by my ex-boyfriend CC antonoff

The saddest country love songs always seem to end in a one-sided break up or death. It came at a sensitive time in American history and made a weeping mess of anyone with family members serving in the military, as well as half the population who didn't. The combination of love, death and patriotism is sure to make mascara run. Curb Records.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 On The Ground
Vocals – Golan AharonyWritten-By, Producer, Lyrics By – Ran Shani
2 Blox Loggers 7:31
3 Buttersonic 7:50
4 7th Son
MC, Vocals [Vibes] – Jonathan Shats-Miller*Vocals, Lyrics By – Michele AdamsonWritten-By, Producer – Shay Shalev
5 Wet
Voice [Voice Fx] – Michele Adamson
6 Droid Save Da' Queen 6:27
7 What's In Your Mind 6:53
8 Program Flies 7:41
9 Out Of Serenades 7:53
10 El Novasion (Trance Mix) 7:44
Video Ra He'Ya (TV Edit)
Animation [Clip] – Avishay Platek, Eyal Soreq, Michay Levy

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HOM-Mega Productions
  • Copyright (c) – HOM-Mega Productions
  • Distributed By – Trance Shop


  • Design – Avishay Platek
  • Mastered By [Digital Mastering] – Ido Ophir
  • Written-By, Producer – Golan Aharony, Ohad Aharony


Packaged in Slipcase.
Album contains bonus animation clip.

BPM's: 141, 143, 145, 122, 136, 140, 144, 144, 144, 140

℗ & © 2004 HOMmega Productions

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 571158 660270
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1U34
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE BY ABCD CAT NO HMCD-36

Comments: (3)
Track 1 The Track has potential but i hate this vocals. Track 2 Good Track, full on bassline and light twisted fx. The guitar doesn't ruin the song. The Track has't got a real peak but thats why i like it, it's a funky,laidback vibe through the whole song. Track 3 Sounds like 2 but a bit more agressive. A great Melody starts at 3:00 and at 6:20. Some voices around 6:00. Track 4 Great summer vibe. The singing is good in contrast to her other songs. For sure it's commercial but I prefer to hear something like this than a generic full on track. Track 5 A bit minimal influenced. I dont like the percussion. The most cluby tune with 7th son. Track 6 My Fav. The most powerfull track on the album. The FXs (zip-zap) are good placed and not overloaded. A bit too short for my taste. Track 7 A more progressive like bassline. The song has also a progressive build up. Most floating track till now with some lighter echo psysounds. Track 8 Similar to Track 7. Bit more calmed down and other Melody style. The only thing I dont like is this rave sound, but it doesnt appear so often. Track 9 Funky Bassline, diffrent from the others. Some zip-zap effects, sunny sounds and echoing soundscape. Track 10 Mellow and Sunny track. Till 6:00 its a bit booring and I dont like the melodies, but after that the melodie is better and more twisted fx come in. If you like lighter and modern Full On you have to check this out. This music is more concentrated on the vibe and not on the peak. Perfect Sound for a sunny day. Best Tracks: 3,6,7,9 (sry for the bad english)
Sub6 from Israel is finally out with their debut album on Hommega Productions. After releasing several tracks on various compilations and the famous Ra He‘Ya CD single together with Michele Adamson (the singer), people have really been looking forward to this and they are labelled as the next big act from Israel. Sub6 are two brothers, Ohad and Golan Aharony, who started making electronic music in 1999. They have previously released tracks on several of the major psytrance labels out there, but also played in a couple of rock bands. They have got peoples attention because of their use of vocals and new way of mixing together various music styles into trance. With this album you also get a bonus animation video clip of the Ra He’Ya single. The cover art is pretty nice and very different from the usual full on Israeli release. The first track starts with an atmospheric sound, right before the beat starts pumping. Groovy, heavy full on beats that reminds me of the latest trance tracks by Infected Mushroom, like the Electro Panic track. The stumping, massive beat follows the track all the way through. Some voice samples comes in now and then (just like in Electro Panic) and a few psychedelic sounds swirls in and out of the track. I’m sure this will be a hit among those who enjoy the latest works by Infected Mushroom. Track 2 starts with some guitar, which comes back into the track several times. They have both played guitar on other projects too. Then a pumping, full on bass line starts rolling. We get a few breaks now and then and some more melody than in the first track. They sure focus more on the beats than anything else on their trance tracks. Pretty clubby sound, but still quite psychedelic. Track 3 goes the same full on direction. Massive, rolling beats with some twisted swirling sounds above, still with a bit of that Infected Mushroom vibe. Track 4 gives us some sort of break. This is a pop track where Michele Adamson is singing. She is also known for her voice in several tracks by Shpongle, Violet Vision and Infected Mushroom. This track has a very happy reggae vibe. A track that for sure could easily reached some kind of pop charts. A funny track and very different from what you expect to find on a trance album. Track 5 brings us back to the pumping trance vibes again. Massive full on sound, but with some very clubby, almost housy vibes hidden inside. Track 6 is the hardest, most intense track on this album. The rolling bass line sounds pretty evil, almost metallic. One of my favourite tracks on this album. There are some funny vocal samples in there too. Track 7 goes back to the typical Electro Panic drift again. You sort of get an electro feeling in between those heavy beats. Not very melodic, but very jumpy, with a rich selection of sounds. The vocal samples turn it to a pretty clubby sound. Track 8 has a deeper bass line and a bit darker vibe. This track is also full of weird voice samples and we get some more melody and a pretty drifting vibe. Track 9 is another stumpy track. Here we get some more floating vibes, funky sounds and a groovy full on bass line. The last track we get on this album is another drifting, full on trance track. In this one you get some really twisted vocals, which sounds pretty cool. This track goes more towards the morning trance area, and sounds much more melodic than most of the other tracks on this album. In my opinion their best track so far. Sub6 will for sure hit the masses with this album. A lot of experienced trancers will probably not like all the vocals, but it will for sure hit a larger crowd. It is pretty different from most trance released earlier, but if you like the Electro Panic style by Infected Mushroom, you will probably enjoy this album too. They were also voted to be one of the best psytrance live acts in Israel.
While I have heard the "buzz" about Sub6, I haven't actually heard any of their tracks besides their contribution to TIP Red, which proved to be one of highlights of that compilation. In this day of generic full on-clones, I'm happy to report that Sub6, while definately being psy, is definately not just another clone. "On The Ground starts this off with a vibe that I dare say is almost a hair "progressive" in touch (those touches being the better parts of the progressive sound). Lots of cool moody noises and melodies float about creating a nice little number. Towards the end some vocals come in which took me by surprise, but once I got used to them I found the didn't really take anything away from the track. "Blox Loggers" comes in next and builds up nicely with some great low end synth burps and garbles. I'm digging this track. Simple in some ways, but of the simple but effective variety that made tracks like Infected Mushroom's "Tasty Mushroom" so good. In fact a few sounds here remind me a bit of IM (or maybe more correctly of a Nord Lead which IM uses all the time too). All in all a nice thumping track that is full but not cluttered. "Buttersonic" starts off with nicely and brings home something I feel is a good point about Sub6. Their sound is most definately modern psy, with all the sonic hall arks of todays full on music, yet their use of the sounds is what is great. They use "all the same stuff", but put it together in a way that gives you a completely different product in the end. Futher proof that its not what you use, but how you use it. Buttersonic the track is a decent little thumper. Strikes me more as a mid-set track and not an "AMEN" number, but its still plenty good. Michele Adamson (ala Shpongle, Younger Brother and everything else Simon Posford has worked on as of late and Infected Mushroom vocal fame) returns to Sub6 with "7th Son. "7th Son" is basically a mid-tempo psy-regga track. My personal opinion of Michele Adamson is that when she is doing "pure" singing she is excellent, but when she tries to do more "modern" pop sound vocals she isn't as good. Here she is floating somewhere in the middle. The guitars that come in at around 2:30 are a great touch as are the acidy synth lines that come in. The MC action in the track I could see turning some people off, but at 4:11 its obviously a track aimed more at the "mainstream" and seen in that light it is very good. "Wet" is about short track clocking in at 4:56 and its hard not to view it as the trance continuation of "7th Son". Again there are some sounds here that are very "progressive", but they are done well, so no complaints. There is a lot of filter and gating work here so the track floats in and out a lot. For this reason its value on the dancefloor is questionable (could be good if placed well), but its fun to listen to regardless. "Droid Save Da' Queen" gets my vote as track title of the album. Its starts after a almost aburpt ending to "Wet" and is nice and dark, almost like good minimal at the beginning. This is a good example of how a 16th note bassline can be used well and not sound just like the same old thing. Lots of percussion and zippy flyby sounds here. The arrangement and sound choice says "minimal", yet its not, further proving that its not what you use, but how you use it. Great track. Next up we have "What's In Your Mind", again, modern bass sound, but a rather funky bassline instead of mindless 16th note noodling. Again, sonically sparse yet somehow full with some nice acidy lines and alots of filters and long delays. "Program Flies" starts off atmospherically rather than with filtered breaky somethings that several tracks have. This was the track featured on TIP Red and was one of the few highlights of that comp for me. Funky bass lines with lots of cool sweepy tweaks, delays, garbles and chopped up vocals. Again quality stuff. Out Of Serenades shifts out of Program Flies smoothly. It starts off rythmically the same as the bassline of Program Flies but as the filters unload, the changes in rythme become clear making for an unusually great transition between tracks. Again its a good thumper. Slightly funking bassline. Lots of atmospheric noises, acidy leads, etc. By now you should be getting the point. El Novasion (Trance Mix) ends the album up and it even features a full on 16th note bassline!!!! The rest of the track keeps it from full on boredom however so there isn't much to worry about. Good energentic dancefloor music here without being lame. All and all, this is a quality album. Given the lackluster releases we have been getting recently, I'm not sure if this album would have been so great a few years back, but when compared with whatelse has been coming out as of late, this is a quality piece of psy-trance here and I recommend it for those who are sick of the same old thing and what something a little different from the norm. 7.5/10
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