Various Artists / Globalista Radio - Sensual Sonores
Album: Globalista Radio - Sensual Sonores   Collection:General
Artist:Various Artists   Added:Feb 2007
Label:Mulatta Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-03-04 Pull Date: 2007-05-06 Charts: Electronic, Reggae/World
Week Ending: Apr 29 Apr 15 Apr 8 Mar 25 Mar 18 Mar 11
Airplays: 1 1 1 1 1 2

Recent Airplay
1. Dec 31, 2018: Clean Copper Radio HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Dalkala (Afrofunk Instr.)
4. Apr 27, 2007: 408's Finest
2. Feb 21, 2009: Lost and Found
Dalkala (Afrofunk Instr.)
5. Apr 14, 2007: New World Disorder
Tarifa (Ayo's Samples Mix)
3. Aug 13, 2007: Happy Hour
Oya Oye
6. Apr 07, 2007: New World Disorder
Kura Misaya (Fa's Spirit Dub Joint)

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-03-12
[coll]: Globalista Radio – Sensual Sonores
Reviewed by Sadie O., 2/23/07
Stars of the NYC “Ethno Dance/Lounge Culture” make mostly relaxed electronic grooves drawing influences from a huge range of world music. No liner notes, so you have to get all your info from the promo sheet.
No FCCs – almost nothing in English. Lots of great stuff here.
1. **All vocals, alternating and blending Punjabi/Bhangra chanting, female “R&B” in English and Hindi, even a bit of Sufi.
2. ***mutated orchestral intro, female vocals in what sounds like Brazilian Portuguese, relaxed midtempo electronic dance groove with a Latin bounce. GREAT bass bit in the middle.
3. ***Gnawa clackers, echo-y and ethereal intermixed female vocals, electronics. Finally very downtempo simple beat, “tribal” chanting. Relaxed and trance-inducing.
4. ****Spanish guitar, layers of gypsy-ish instruments and electronics, midtempo relaxed dance/lounge beat. Lots of fun, and fucks with your head, in the nicest possible way.
5. Harp strums and oh-so-pretty female vocals in French. Gives me hives and makes me want to skin puppies alive, but I bet a lotta y’all will love it. Downtempo relaxed electronic lounge beat around 2 minutes in. Back to strums for last minute.
6. ***squeezebox intro, then uptempo ooom-pah (I honestly don’t know what you’d call this!) Some nice drum and bass. Gets manic for last couple of minutes. Apparently these guys are Japanese.
7. ****sweet Spanish guitar, intro, hand drums and a bit of electronics. Midtempo relaxed dance beat, very easy on the ears. Hey, who invited the sitars? Male speaking in Arabic. Globalista is right!
8. ***swingy African-sounding drums, female vocals, also lots of electronics and a somewhat uptempo shuffling beat. Whatever this girl is singing about, she’s SERIOUS.
9. **instrumental version of track 8, very lush and trance-y but with a cool beat. Some pretty amazing noises. OK, to be honest, the violins scare the pants off me, and I’m scared they’ll do bad things if I don’t say nice things about them…
10. ****BIG electronics and slow pots-n-pans march of the zombies groove, with male chorus in some West African language. Stops and gets even electronikier midway through. Gnarly!
11. **sitar, tabla, relaxed yet bouncy midtempo groove. Rooted in Indian classical music, but with a bit of electronic funk. 20 seconds silence at end.
12. *****way funky uptempo instrumental, electronic squeaps, talking drum, marimba. Fun and funky!

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1. Shakti Do The Thang Thang (A Cappela)
2. Karina Girafa
3. Mandeng Eletrik Oya Oye
4. Bliki Circus Ayo Himatsuri (Rmx)
5. Elodie O L'attente
6. Ayo's Edit Go Cart (Rmx) Cosmic Rocker's Mix
7. Zeb Tarifa (Ayo's Samples Mix)
8. Mandeng Eletrik Yalayala
9. Mandeng Eletrik Yalayala (Instr)
10. Organic Groove Kura Misaya (Fa's Spirit Dub Joint)
11. Zeb Tantra Hall
12. Mandeng Eletrik Dalkala (Afrofunk Instr.)