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Carry on Wise Guy


Download links and information about Carry on Wise Guy by Airmate. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 59:07 minutes.

Artist: Airmate
Release date: 2006
Genre: Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 59:07
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No. Title Length
1. Messing Around (Featuring Mozez) 4:45
2. Let It Go (Featuring Izzi Dunn) 3:38
3. Doin’ Rounds (Featuring Pat Appleton) 3:40
4. Multiplicar (Featuring Pat C.) 4:55
5. At The Waterfront (Featuring Marishka Phillips) 4:03
6. Wild Oak Tree (Featuring Mozez) 5:29
7. Luncheonette Pt. 1 0:59
8. The Love Below (Featuring Platnum) 4:19
9. No Chains (Featuring Marishka Phillips) 7:07
10. Insomnia (Featuring Fat Jon) 4:16
11. Luncheonette Pt. 2 1:20
12. Slow Down (Featuring Thief) 3:59
13. The Scene (Featuring Marishka Phillips) 3:40
14. Life Matters (Featuring Urzula Amen) 4:35
15. Luncheonette Pt. 3 2:22



The debut solo album by German house producer Hannes Bieger, Carry on Wise Guy is, on the surface, a relentlessly pleasant blend of downtempo beats, acid jazz horns and electric piano, and occasional R&B diva vocals. So basically, Carry on Wise Guy is fundamentally indistinguishable from dozens of similar records that one hears playing in the bars of trendy boutique hotels the world over. However, Bieger steers away from most of the clichés of the style throughout the album, and several songs depart from the usual template in new and intriguing ways. For example, the Damien Rice-like vocalist on the moody "Slow Down" makes for a nice change from the usual anonymous N'Dea Davenport wannabes, the three-part "Luncheonette" has more in common with Brian Eno's ambient music than the average downtempo lounge record, and some of the vocal tracks, particularly "The Scene" and "Life Matters," work as St. Etienne-style elegant dance-pop, not just background mood music. Carry on Wise Guy doesn't entirely transcend its genre, but it certainly stands out.