12 Hours From Paris
13 April 2009
|12 Hours From Paris (Original Mix)||Jay Lumen||126||A minor||8:14|
|12 Hours From Paris (Roger Martinez Remix)||Jay Lumen||126||A minor||7:53|
12 Hours From Paris (Original Mix)
As with his opener Calypso, Csaba made a tuneful-climaxless stab in the dark. For someone named after light, his tunes are rather caliginous. They're as light as they are nectarine. Lumen is also Latin for 'an opening through which light can penetrate such as an air-hole or a window'. He'll need some of those if he wants to make tolerable music. It's dubitable whether he will, because this was his penultimate release before vanishing.
This sounds like an afterplay, at best. Without complexity or even things happening, this song should have been accepted.
12 Hours From Paris (Roger Martinez Remix)
Braving the deadliness (& the terrible taste) of sodium thiopental, missing person R. Martinez, another nobody summoned by Lumnitzer, fiercely fought to the dentin to keep it that way. Even to the dental pulp- there is less tune in this than there are women in the Anjunabeats lineup. There's less tune in this than there are improvements in Windows 8. There's less tune in this than there are atheists in the Ku Klux Klan. Thank you for less than nothing, Martinez, you less-than-nothing.