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Description: Goldie was deservedly the first crossover star to emerge from the jungle/drum & bass underground scene, although credit for this astonishing debut album must also go to his collaborator and engineer, Rob Playford. This music is almost three-dimensional--the soundtrack to some undreamt of, heavenly computer game--and the cavernous dub breaks, rapid-fire rhythms and morphing twists and turns of "Jah The Seventh Seal" and "This Is A Bad" is intoxicating. Its centrepiece, however, is the epic, three-part title track featuring Diane Charlemagne's vocals; its all-enveloping rhythms and shadowy synths take the l ... (more)
Manufacturer: London
Release date: 19 June 1999
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0639842821124 UPC: 639842821124
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