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Download links and information about Whatever by Green Velvet. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 42:39 minutes.

Artist: Green Velvet
Release date: 2001
Genre: Electronica, House, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 9
Duration: 42:39
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No. Title Length
1. La La Land 5:01
2. Genedefekt 2:37
3. Sleepwalking 4:50
4. Why Try 4:35
5. Waitin 4 the Day2End 3:25
6. Stop Lyin' 4:40
7. Stranj 4:52
8. When 5:34
9. Minimum Rage 7:05



Mild mannered label entrepreneur by day, club freakazoid by night, Curtis A. Jones continues his exploration of white-knuckled paranoia in an acid house context with typically grand results. Though the title hardly makes him sound like a prophet, Green Velvet has a lot to say here, and a raft of great productions to back him up. The opener, "Genedefekt," is his usual dystopian rant with equally stark beats and pocket-calculator effects cribbed from Kraftwerk, while the highlight "La La Land" hilariously sends up the SoCal rave scene — complete with Jones' rhythmic robot vocals and a classic chorus to file with Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit": "Somethin' 'bout those little pills, unreal the thrills they yield/Until they kill a million brain cells." Whatever is just as packed with genius tracks as his previous work, though Jones appears to be running out of ideas; there's really not much difference between early Green Velvet classics like "Answering Machine" or "The Stalker" and a few tracks here ("Stranj," "Stop Lyin'"), except they sounded much fresher back then.