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Funki Porcini - Let's See What Carmen Can Do



Funki Porcini - Let's See What Carmen Can Do
Funki Porcini - Let's See What Carmen Can Do
(12"/CDS) Ninja Tune ZEN1250/ZENCDS50, 1996-04-07

Info :
Je prendrai mon breakbeat al dente... et c'est pronto pourquoi nous allons étendre nos oreilles de ninja tunophile sur ce petit 6 titres du toujours aussi pervers combo d'italiens Funki Porcini. Les 6 titres plus speedés les uns que les autres, montrent un aspect un peu plus énervé que ce à quoi nous avaient habitué ces bambinos trippés à l'huile de breakbeat, faisant même des incursions limite jungle dans leur musique toujours aussi inspirée de samples de femmes qui parlent, qui cuisinent, qui astiquent, qui bouquinent... Du Funki Porcini, quoi!!
Note funky le porc breakbeat à l'italienne : 5/5 (Tiff)

CDS Tracklisting:
01 Ritmo Di Jazz
02 Shuffle Sheluvly
03 Let's See What Carmen Can Do
04 Surge
05 Sally Wants To Be A Surgeon
06 Pete Pete Pete

12" Tracklisting:
A1 Ritmo Di Jazz
A2 Shuffle Sheluvly
A3 Let's See What Carmen Can Do
B1 Surge
B2 Sally Wants To Be A Surgeon
B3 Pete Pete Pete
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