Gui Boratto Readies Second Album
- Words: Jennifer Marston
File that cover in the "Most Disturbing Album Art of the Month" box, but at least the image below means Gui Boratto has finished his sophomore album and is ready to send it into the hands of the club masses.
Take My Breath Away follows 2007's techno-heavy Chromophobia (whose cover was a little more digestible at 10:00 a.m.). Reportedly, the new album is primarily another dance-friendly collection of tracks, with synths, drum machines, and the like. Boratto has also included a couple of mellower numbers. He'll release the album on Kompakt March 23.
Take My Breath Away
01 Take My Breath Away
02 Atomic Soda
04 Opus 17
05 No Turning Back
07 Les Enfants
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