Solex vs. The Hitmeister
Download links and information about Solex vs. The Hitmeister by Solex. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 41:54 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Indie Rock, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||One Louder Solex||3:27|
|2.||Solex Feels Lucky||3:46|
|3.||Solex In a Slipshod Style||3:44|
|4.||Waking Up With Solex||3:32|
|6.||Rolex By Solex||2:46|
|7.||There's a Solex On the Run||3:30|
|8.||Solex All Licketysplit||2:24|
|9.||Solex for a While||3:53|
|11.||When Solex Just Stood There||3:24|
Solex, aka Dutch record shop owner Elisabeth Esselink, creates a pure, offbeat musical world on the 1998 debut, Solex vs. the Hitmeister. All of the songs contain the band's name; Esselink delivers her English-sung vocals with dreamlike, rhythmic phrasing, and the album's cavernous production makes it sound as though it were recorded deep inside her head — it all adds up to an abstract, alien collection of songs that owes very little to electronica or indie rock as the outside world knows it. Instead, each song on Hitmeister flows to its own musical logic, built on samples of discounted, long-forgotten records and Esselink's expressive, sweetly foreign voice, supported here and there by touches of guitar and keyboards. "When Solex Just Stood There" suggests industrial dance with its relentless beat, one-note vocals, and screeching sound effects, while "Solex All Licketysplit" bounds around the room on a rubbery bassline and sparkly keyboards. "Some Solex" marries a somewhat ominous bass drum to a warm guitar line, while spaceship sound effects hover in the background. "One Louder Solex" and "Solex in a Slipshod Style" have a fluid, stream-of-consciousness style that recalls daydreams, adding to Hitmeister's overall surreal quality. A completely unique combination of beats, samples, and voice, Solex is insular and inventive, revealing an artist with a very personal kind of creativity.