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Download links and information about Late by Donna Regina. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 46:03 minutes.

Artist: Donna Regina
Release date: 2003
Genre: Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 46:03
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No. Title Length
1. Late 3:54
2. Fountain of Love 4:37
3. Passer-By 2:32
4. Aimes-Tu 5:20
5. Not a Girl Anymore 3:24
6. Rain 4:40
7. Blue of the Pool 9:16
8. You Better Believe 3:53
9. Bad Chemistry 3:33
10. Driftwood 4:54



This group from Cologne, now a trio, has entered a second decade with little signs of aging. Their previous two albums for Karaoke Kalk, along with this one, stand as their best, most thoroughly enjoyable releases. So it seems as if they're just now hitting their stride, even if the slight refinements are being processed at such a slow, deliberate pace. On Late, they continue to produce soft electronic pop that any downtempo or chillout-themed mix album could benefit from — the most rhythmic moments in particular, like the gently rolling "Passer-By" and the puddle-jumping plink and plonk of "Rain." Late contains several of the group's most craftily arranged songs; the extra touches rarely weigh the songs down, and they're arranged with an impressive level of detail, as if French pop icons and modern-day peers have all been studiously devoured. The album does contain a couple surprising diversions: the back-to-back sequence that involves "You Better Believe"'s backwoods shuffle and "Driftwood"'s Pole-inspired lounge dub can be jarring, and may come across as unnecessary aimlessness. Regardless, it's a shame more people outside Europe don't know about them. Their Broadcast-off-acid sound deserves a much wider fan base. As for now — if not forever — they'll have to settle for being a cult band that a few thousand secretive record hounds obsess over.