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Squarepusher - Burningn'n Tree



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Squarepusher - "Burningn'n Tree"
Label : Warp
Distributeur : Source
Date d'enregistrement : 1995-96

Cet 'album', sorti en Octobre 97 regroupe en fait 7 parmi 11 titres issus de deux maxis sortis uniquement en vinyle chez Spymania en Novembre 95 et Mars 96 et trois inédits. Voici le track-listing pour ceux qui auraient déjà l'album, puisqu'il ne figure point sur l'album lui-même (admettons) : Central Line - Unreleased Track - Nux Vomica - Eviscerate - Unreleased Track - Male Pill 5 - Sarcacid Parts 1 - Conumber - Unreleased Track - Eviscerate (version) - Toast for Hardy - Sarcacid Parts 2. Alors, c'est cool, c'est toujours du jazz-rock jammé sous champs, électro-exagéré. Ça part dans tous les sens, ça déborde d'humour face au revival easy-listening. À la fois plus speed, plus mélodique et plus sonique que Roni Size. Allez-vous enfin écouter les productions Warp, en particulier Aphex Twin, mais ça, ça commence à se savoir, et Squarepusher. Ne ratez pas ces deux-là.
Note jazz-rock electro too much : (Djouls)
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