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The Dining Rooms - Subterranean Modern Volume Uno FLAC album

Performer: The Dining Rooms
Genre: Electronic
Title: Subterranean Modern Volume Uno
Country: Italy
Released: 05 Mar 1999
Style: Downtempo, Trip Hop, Ambient
Label: Milano 2000
Catalog Number: MI 2011
FLAC version ZIP size: 1747 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2464 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2879 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 349


1Occhi Neri4:46
2Subterranean Modern
Written By, Producer, Guitar – Lorenzo Corti
3Stromboli Promenade3:19
4M. Dupont5:59
5Triste, Solitario Y Final4:13
6Susanna 2000
Written By, Producer – Alberto Riva , Paolo Gozzeti
7Il Giradischi E I Tuoi Dischi1:41
8Jazz X5:13
9Keep Calm
Guitar – Lorenzo Corti
10Hip Hop Hippies
Written By, Producer, Guitar, Flute – Lorenzo Corti
11Le Crepuscule Du Matin5:00
12Cinemaroma 14:47
13Cinemaroma 23:45


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MI 2011The Dining Rooms Subterranean Modern Volume Uno ‎(LP)Milano 2000MI 2011Italy1998


  • DesignGiacomospazioairlab
  • IllustrationValeria Brancaforte
  • Mastered ByGiovanni Versari
  • Photography By [Assorted Photographs 5-6-8-12]Stefano Ghittoni
  • Photography By [Front And Back, Assorted Photographs 3-9-13]Maria Arena
  • Written By, ProducerCesare Malfatti (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 13), Stefano Ghittoni


Recorded @ Che Studio (Milano) during spring and summer 1998.
Mastered @ Officine Sonica (Bologna)
Design @ Remedia 1998!

(P) & (C) by Ed. Musicali Ishtar Snc 1999!


  • Barcode: 8018344030111
  • Matrix / Runout: 2450098 MI2011CD 5448 9658


  • Distributed By – Family Affair Distribution
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ed. Musicali Ishtar Snc
  • Copyright (c) – Ed. Musicali Ishtar Snc
  • Recorded At – Che Studio
  • Mastered At – Officine Sonica
  • Designed At – ReMedia


The Dining Rooms, right out of the gate with their first album, <I>Subterranean Modern, Volume One,</I> manage to make a strong impression. “Occhi Neri” and “Cinemaroma 1” have an irrepressible dark, cinematic funk, while “Hip Hop Hippies” and “Stromboli Promenade” are a bit sunnier -- not by much, though. The title track, “Subterranean Modern” sounds like it crawled out of a smoky, downstairs jazz club. “Triste, Solitario Y Final” is a melancholy little piece, a perfect track with which to close the album. This album brings cinematic trip-hop to a whole new place. Namely, Italy.