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Jung Collective - Street Preacher



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Jung Collective - Street Preacher
(7") Nanny Tango NT1, 2002

Tracklisting :
1. Jung Collective - Street Preacher (Plaid Mix)
2. Jung Collective - Injustice

Info :
This twisted, funky double A side single features the sinister sampling and haunting melodies of Jung Collective's "Injustice", the first single on Gubby's own Nanny Tango label. The reverent-like vocal samples, disturbed afro-grooves and ring-modulated percussion on this slice of deep funk makes you wonder what deranged world Jung Collective inhabit! Throughout Alan's recording career (for labels such as Soul Jazz, Tru Thoughts, Cup Of Tea, Language & many more) he has consistently sailed uncharted waters with deft eccentricity and an ear for striking fusion.
The flip side features experimental electronica pioneers and Black Dog off shooters, Plaid. Having aided progressive mainstreamers such as Bjork, Radiohead, Marilyn Manson and The Dandy Warhols, this time they get their Warp hands lo down and dirty on Jung Collective's "Street Preacher". Ominous bass action and seething musical wizardry culminate in a stormy masterpiece of quality electronica d&b. (Source: Nannytango.com)
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