nR Element | Miscommunication

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Miscommunication

by nR Element

Three classically trained singers decide to mix European Club, Dance Pop, Reggae, Ska, Choral Music and Japanese Pop - like No Doubt, Ace of Base & Alice Deejay getting lost in Tokyo.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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1. House Tour
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2. You're Not There
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3. You Never Call Me
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4. Bring Me Down
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5. Olele Olala
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6. Pegasus
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7. Dominus Vobiscum
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8. Adesso e Fortuna
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9. I Will Keep Going
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10. So Curious
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11. The Strength to Tell Me
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12. How to Tell You
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13. The Promised Land
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14. Maybe
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15. Prelude (From Final Fantasy)
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16. I Hate Cellphones
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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It all began on a sunny afternoon in Sienna, Italy, Summer of 2000. Eva and Aaron sat and people-watched at the Piazza del Campo. They were inspired to start singing together, and they did! After some beautiful Italians stopped staring, the duo decided to try this at home. Acquiring Ana soon after, the group focused on chamber music and were called "Star Element."

They worked on originals, improvisation, and vocal chamber music together, also adding Christmas carols during the holiday season and becoming "Polaris" and "Morning Star." They worked with other talented local musicians at this time. However, the heart of the group always remained a trio.

Using their diverse creative skills, the mostly classically rooted trio began exploring a passion for electronic dance music. Eva has her roots in smooth blues and penetrating jazz vocal performance and is also an accomplished bass player. Ana has an incredible spirit and vocal accuracy, as well as wielding a killer, sultry alto range. Aaron, the half-Australian producer, has written songs and sung since childhood and has a decade of electronic music production experience as well as owning 300+ dance CD's.

After succeeding with their new sound, nR Element began as the "Gaia Project" in the Summer of 2002 and changed the project's name soonafter.

nR Element collaborated with many great people and finally released its first studio album entitled "Miscommunication" in July 2004.

The group is now concentrating on live shows & is rumored to have started working on new material.

We hope that you love our songs as much as we do! Drop by our website and say hi!


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Julie B

Amazingly fusional sound of this upbeat cd makes it playable for hours!
Honestly, I have had the feeling that all music being produced lately basically sounds the same or fits into one category. Then I was introduced to nRelement's Miscommunication. Every song on this album has mixtures of music that one might not expect to hear. Classical choral harmonies mixed with techno? Europop mixed with ska? And even with all this diversity, this album's tracks all fit together. You're Not There is one of my favorites. Full of bass and heartache that someone could really shake it to. I Hate Cell Phones is a hilarious commentary and Dominus has a dark and gothic twist on those amazing dance beats. It is so refreshing to hear such original pieces. I give it my highest recommendation. Buy this album before it gets famous.

Asim


i love the whole cd when i first heard the song so curious on Aaron's my space page..i start telling about the song to my friends and they asked me who is the artist so told them about Aaron Walaz now they all Know hwo is Aaron Walaz and they all like the songs so i am just waiting for next album frome Aaron Walaz and also a live show.....

Chris H

Real electronica songs from classically trained musicians. AWESOME!
This CD is REAL MUSIC in the electronic/dance/house genre. It's not just electronic noises mashed together. The musicianship and skill of the performers really stands out. You can really tell the artists are professionals. The recording is great; not smashed or distorted, which really makes a big difference. The songs are thoughtful, funny, interesting; essentially a mix of everything. If you like music of this type you will really enjoy listening to this CD. You can listen to it, dance to it, etc. It stands up and "works" in many applications (parties, workouts, etc.) You will not regret buying this CD!

jat111

Honestly, it's not what I expected
Based on the description the sounds on this album are a stretch...and yet I like it in a way I haven't liked anything else before. It's really indie electronica which throws the alice deejay and ace of base out the window. It is quite diverse from track to track and I like the mix of the voices. Personally, my favorite song right now is "how to tell you" a good mix of dancehall and techno, with all three wading in on vocals. Aaron is the one thing I really had to get used to, he sings very nasally, I'm just not used to listening to a male voice that nasally in this genre. Fred Schneider from the B-52's is one thing, but in a techno environment with a few sirens is a bit odd and it's a growing on me. His sentiments are funny and the production is solid if unpolished.