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Sister Soleil - Drown Me In You mp3 download
Singer: Sister Soleil
Title: Drown Me In You
Released: 1996
Country: France
Style: Alternative Rock, Industrial, Trip Hop, Downtempo, Tribal, New Age, Electro, Goth Rock
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 584
Formats: AAC VQF TTA ADX WMA MIDI XM
MP3 size: 1273 mb

Sister Soleil - Drown Me In You mp3 download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Bazamba
Engineer – H. Beno*, Bobby Hukic*Guitar – RB Greene
4:14
2 Lava Lamp
Engineer – Jamie DuffyGuitar – Xmas*Piano – H. Beno*Producer – Jim MarcusWaterphone [Water] – Jim Marcus
4:20
3 Lust
Engineer – Chris*, H. Beno*Producer – H. Beno*
4:04
4 Weep
Engineer – Jamie DuffyGuitar – Xmas*Lyrics By – John BennetProducer – Jim Marcus
4:08
5 Red
Engineer – Chris*, H. Beno*Producer – H. Beno*
3:44
6 Chair
Engineer, Producer – Jamie Duffy, Bobby Hukic*Percussion [Triangle] – Jamie DuffyPiano – H. Beno*
4:44
7 Don't Tell Me
Engineer – H. Beno*, Bobby Hukic*Lyrics By – Gino Lenardo*Producer – H. Beno*
3:28
8 Weep (Reprise)
Guitar – Xmas*Lyrics By – John BennetProducer – Jamie Duffy
1:02

Credits

  • Edited By – Jason Rau
  • Flute – Todd Kelsey
  • Keyboards, Programmed By – H. Beno*
  • Layout – Jim Marcus
  • Percussion – Jim Marcus
  • Photography [Additional] – Eric Nelson
  • Photography [Cover, Additional] – Brad Miller
  • Written-By, Arranged By, Recorded By – Stella Katsoudas

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 35501398667
  • Matrix / Runout: 8273 MCD1680078 b60505-08
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L384
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9100

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Siro112 Sister Soleil Drown Me In You ‎(8xFile, MP3, 160) Sirona-Records Siro112 France 2011

Sister Soleil - Drown Me In You mp3 album free

Mavegar
I first heard of Sister Soleil through Chicago radio station Q101 during their Local 101 Show with James Van Osdel (I believe). They played a few songs off this record and the very next day my best buddy in school comes up and asks if I heard the Sister Soleil record they played. We both were so excited we went out the very next day and found a copy at Coconuts Records (remember those?). We only had enough cash for one cd so we split it. This was a really great record and I still listen to it to this day. The music,vocals,instruments were all very unique and not at all like anything that was being played at the time. I often think if this album was released now Stella would have found greater success but it just wasn't what was "selling" at the time. Stand out tracks were definitely "Red","Chair" and "Lust". This mix of electronics, keys,and live instruments creates a soothing but never boring experience. This album is something that you can just lay back and stare at the sky (or bedroom ceiling) and just relax and listen.
Twentyfirstfinger
Red has enjoyed a permanent spot in my playlist since it's original release, since I first heard Sister Soleil perform at the Dome Room. If you haven't heard this song, you don't know what your missing! Stella's voice is her own. She ~doesn't~ need a computer to help her sound that awesome. Her live performances sound just as great as her recordings!
Billy Granson
This is an amazing album. A strong first effort, and in many ways more artistically direct than Stella's second effort (which I also love, don't get me wrong). Clocking in at just around 30 minutes front to back, the album was nothing but strong cuts, and helped launch an inspiring, if strange career for one of the most talented young women in music today.
FireWater
I heard Stella on the radio when she interviewed with Sophia John of 107 DOT 5 and it was after hearing Red, and that was how I heard Sister Soleil. That interview, that song, brought me to buying a ticket, going to a show, my best friend and her boyfriend were there for a Valentine's Day gift and I was there to see Sister Soleil. It was absolute energy and passion and Stella put her all into her performance. Much like she still does to this day. Haha I laugh because I never had a problem owning Drown Me In You. Ever. Based on Marc's post its fair to say that I was quite spoiled on the Sister Soleil goodies and I shared. I brought Drown Me In You in to my Comp English class and my teacher played the CD and all of my classmates and I journaled while listening to the record. The teacher converted to a fan. I practically made Sister Soleil my homework everywhere I went, reports, worked my graphic design around her, letterheads for the fan club. Inspired me to go to school, it all started with Drown Me In You and Cantata3, the instant message I received as a 15 year old on AOL. I listened to Drown Me In You often. I never realized what Chair was about either until I started to understand how people work and how well we can all bullshit. Stella put her heart out there, for everyone to see. This record will forever be the record I think of if someone asks about one of the most influential albums of my life!
Skyway
I feel like a douche admitting I found out out 'Drown Me in You' like 5 years after 'Soularium' despite it coming out 2 years before 'Soularium' in 1998. Sadly, Sister Soleil was so obscure that there was no way to know unless you ivestigated online hardcore. After manufacturing for 'Soularium' discontinued and I could no longer find it at stores, I lost my only copy. Not being able to find it anywhere I tried Reckless Records in Chicago. Badgering everyone at the front counter to search for 'Soularium' some guy came up to me and said he will show me where it's at. Directly behind 'Soularium' was 'Drown Me in You' I was like "What the hell??" I thought 'Soularium' was it. I was a huge fan, dedicated to Sister Soleil for years, dying for more and the entire time 'Drown Me in You' was floating around. Clearly I bought it along with 'Soularium'. Pissed off that I knew nothing of the release I looked up Sister Soleil online when I got home and noticed it was barely mentioned anywhere. I later found it was an independent release that didn't receive the same promotional support as 'Soularium' which was released on Universal Records. Drown Me in You really fucked me up at this point. I liked it better than 'Souarium'. I was drawn back in all over again. Seriously, if you have half a mind. You must listen to both releases in their entirety. If you are a previous fan and are holding a grudge because of the whole "Stella Soleil" pop act then cut that out of your mind and remember Drown Me in You and Soularium. They are too incredible to X out because the artist went in a different direction. I think it was really the record labels fault and not Stellas.
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