|by Super8 & Tab|
|Released||23 July 2007|
|Super8 & Tab chronology|
23 July 2007
|Suru (Original Mix)||Super8 & Tab||138||C minor||9:27|
|Suru (Martin Roth Nu-Style Remix)||Super8 & Tab||130||E major||8:28|
|Suru (Martin Roth Electrance Remix)||Super8 & Tab||132||C minor||7:00|
Super8 & Tab's fifth release is Finnish for sorrow, woe, & grief.
Suru (Original Mix)
This song was composed by seraphs, or if you're using the Judaic system, Chayot ha Kodesh. This elegant, multi-tuned epic combines a soulful smoothness with a percussive melody that is indissolubly & unconditionally meritorious of it's 'Classic' status.
& some good remixes.
Suru (Martin Roth Nu-Style Remix)
This debut is so ignominious, it makes Microsoft Dogs look worthwhile. It has no tune whatsoever. This is how they illustrate it:
The B-Side, ‘Martin Roths Nu-Style Remix’ uses a ‘train-engine’ rolling baseline that grooves into an atmospherically deep, [tunefully shallow as condensation,] gritty & driving piece of progressive trance the unique mark of Martin Roth's edgy sound.
A 'train engine' is right. Though that might be better than this.
Suru (Martin Roth Electrance Remix)
Three minutes of electrotrash, followed by half a minute of the original mix, invariant except for a slightly more retro style, followed by the first three minutes, is all of the 'electrance' we ever hear from Roth.
Martin Roth made the Japanese agriculture ministry, Joseph Winstead, & every sloth seem industrious with his wastes of time. Suru merits better.