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Amon Tobin - Bricolage



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Amon Tobin - Bricolage
(2xLP/CD) Ninja Tune ZEN29/ZENCD29, 1997-06-07

Info :
Arrivé de Amon Tobin chez les Ninja. Le brésilien de Brighton n'en est pas à son premier coup dans le monde du trip hop expérimental puisqu'il officiait déja sous le nom de Cujo. Quoiqu'il en soit, chez les Ninjas, il sort un petit "Bricolage" apaisant, un bricolage de dimanche ensommeillé sous la couette à attendre que ça se passe lascivement, en passant les sons dans des filtres sinusoïdaux qui donnent cette impression de vagues tout le long de l'album. Mais, ne vous y trompez pas: pas de mal de mer dans ce cas!
Note bricoleurs de sons géniaux : 4/5 (Tiff)

2xLP Tracklisting:
A1 Easy Muffin
A2 Yasawas
A3 Dream Sequence
B1 New York Editor
B2 Defocus
B3 The Nasty
B4 Bitter & Twisted
C1 Mission
C2 Wires & Snakes
C3 Creatures
D1 Stoney Street
D2 One Small Step
D3 One Day In My Garden

CD Tracklisting:
01 Stoney Street
02 Easy Muffin
03 Yasawas
04 Creatures
05 Chomp Samba
06 New York Editor
07 Defocus
08 The Nasty
09 Bitter & Twisted
10 Wires & Snakes
11 One Day In My Garden
12 Dream Sequence
13 One Small Step
14 Mission
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