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Prologue 1:36
Gloom 4:10
Meadow 4:05
Rhinestone Heart 4:23
1000 Islands 5:06
Hole In The Sky 3:55
Summer Interlude 2:08
Solitaire 3:26
7 Miles 4:24
Tijuana Motel (Southern Comfort Mix) 5:37
Flowerhead 3:29
Vealo 5:41
Meadow Interlude 2:31


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7005072 Monte La Rue Interludia ‎(CD, Album) Cinq Etoiles, ID&T 7005072 Netherlands 2002
7005072 Monte La Rue Interludia ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Cinq Etoiles, ID&T 7005072 Netherlands 2002

Monte La Rue - Interludia mp3 download
Performer: Monte La Rue
Genre: Electronic
Title: Interludia
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2002
Style: Downtempo
MP3 version ZIP size: 1112 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1329 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 406

Who ' interlude ' on a cd, can be a kind of pause music expect: a rest in music. Interludes makes his name entirely true, since the cd is one long pause music. Ideal when you want lounging, something completely private Monte La Rue has made in recent years. During parties State are mentioning on the flyer always guarantees a pleasant chill out atmosphere. He is also the initiator behind lounge compilations such as Latin Lounge Deluxe and Deluxe. In itself, the music on Interludes fine to digest, especially if you're in a nice company, al bivakkerend in thick lounge pillows, in a good conversation. However, you better go listen to it, then it may be that you faced by a lack of depth. But oh well, draft was never the intention of lounging ....
In Europe, lounge music became very popular at the end of the 90s. Many artists tried to benefit from this and all recorded their own easy listening albums, often with excellent, but sometimes with mediocre results. With the years, the hype vanished and the lounge artists were unfairly written off by reviewers. One of them is the Belgian Jan Van den Bergh, creating music since 1990, if not earlier, long before modern lounge music existed. Under his Monte la Rue guise, he released the excellent Lounge Deluxe series. In 2002, after countless contributions to chillout compilations, it was time for Interludia, an album full of relaxing downtempo bliss. Looking at the artwork and listening to the triphop beats of "Prologue", you know what is to come. The exotic "1000 Islands" and the slow groove "Rhinestone Heart" offer excellent pleasantness. "Gloom" is probably the most well known song, and there is no disputing why. The combination of the nice flute and the guitar licks is marvelous. The smooth "Meadow" goes on an almost beatless route, while "Hole In The Sky" provides a great combination of vocoders, saxophones and swirling synths. Equally enjoyable are "7 Miles" and "Vealo", although the latter runs too long. The quality is constantly high, but the absolute highlights are the minimalistic "Solitaire" and "Flowerhead", driven by warm rhodes and bass. Alex Cortiz's melancholic version of "Tijuana Motel" is so extremely good that you instantly want to hug someone. Interludia is the prime example of why you should never follow the crowd.