Album · 2000 · 12 Songs. Aural & Hearty Mocean Worker.
Aural & Hearty is the third album released under the Mocean Worker name, in late 2000 in North America and early 2001 in the rest of the world. The song Air Suspension featured on Aural & Hearty features a vocal by Bono. Dorn had worked on the recording of The Million Dollar Hotel soundtrack, as a member of the MDH Band. It was for that project that Bono had recorded the vocal used for Air Suspension. The CD and vinyl copies of the album were released on Palm Pictures, an entertainment company founded by Chris Blackwell who formerly ran Island Records. Air Suspension: Written, produced and mixed by Mocean Worker and Adam Dorn, Winter, Spring 2000. Related Promotional Videos.
This album has an average beat per minute of 137 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/193 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Aural & Hearty. BPM Profile Aural & Hearty. Album starts at 193BPM, ends at 162BPM (-31), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Mocean Worker. Candygram for Mowo! 2011.
After a short intro, Aural & Hearty begins with a beyond played-out big beat redux named "Hey Baby" (guess what the predominant vocal sample turns out to be), and the track's only partially redeemed by Dorn's production finesse and the guest scratching of Roc Raida (from the X-Ecutioners).
Complete your Mocean Worker collection. referencing Aural & Hearty, CD, Album, PALMCD 2048-2. As read on the excellent Dictionnaire U2 by author Clive Amek, it's Bono who sings on " Air Suspension" ! Reply Notify me Helpful.
Mocean Worker (pronounced "motion worker") is the recording alias of jazz musician and producer Adam Dorn. Additionally, his song "Intothinair" from the album Aural and Hearty was featured in the film The Bourne Supremacy. In early 2014 Dorn and partner Charlie Hunter launched the podcast Compared To What featuring conversations with a wide variety of people. There has also been a sudden interest in the Japanese market for Mocean Worker's sound. in Japan through the Voil label.
The results aren't completely disastrous - Dorn's production talents are as tight as usual - but the parade of genre workouts on this album makes it all a bit tiring (though it must've been a fun one to record). After a short intro, Aural & Hearty begins with a beyond played-out big beat redux named "Hey Baby" (guess what the predominant vocal sample turns out to be), and the track's only partially redeemed by Dorn's production finesse and the guest scratching of Roc Raida (from the X-Ecutioners).