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Various - The Techno And The Reggae And The Heavy Heavy Ska download

Various - The Techno And The Reggae And The Heavy Heavy Ska download Performer: Various
Title: The Techno And The Reggae And The Heavy Heavy Ska
Style: Dub, Acid, Techno
Released: 2014
MP3 album: 1647 mb
FLAC album: 1993 mb
WMA album: 1141 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: MP2 MPC DXD MP4 AC3 AA MOD
Genre: Electronic music / Reggae
Various - The Techno And The Reggae And The Heavy Heavy Ska download

Tracklist

A Chris Liberator & Sterling Moss & Tiddles The Techno And The Reggae And The Heavy Heavy Ska
B1 Darc Marc & Tiddles Politics! No Meaning
B2 The Dice & Chris Liberator Rude Boy Patrol


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Comments:
Ranicengi
Serious acid-ska release here.As for the title track, the kick is tremendously heavy, the bassline rumbles with intensity, and the hats are nice and crisp. The tune eventually enters a long breakdown, during which the acid work begins to chirp and gurgle, ultimately exploding into an acid conflagration when the percussion drops in again. WHAT A TUNE, 5/5.The Darc Marc track (also with Tiddles on the vox) is an amusing genre-bender. It's definitely more of a "song," contains more of an overt ska vibe, and is more restrained than "The Techno, the Reggae, and the Heavy, Heavy Ska." Nevertheless, it features an undeniable acid component, and is definitely a fun ride. It actually reminds me of an acidic Madness song or something. Maybe not a track for the wicked acid-techno dancefloor (at least for me), but still cool beans. 4/5.Similarly, the Chris Lib. and Dice track is rather mellow next to the title piece, and a bit darker in tone than "Politics! No Meaning." It also contains some vibrant acid work, and doesn't have as much singing. As such, it sounds a bit more like a normal acid-techno burner. The main acid loop provides a great deal of substance, as does the wicked ragga vocal. Another good addition to the record, though still second fiddle to the eponymous banger on side A.