Amen Andrews Vs. Spac Hand Luke ‎– Amen Andrews Vs. Spac Hand Luke



Spac Hand Luke London 4:05
Amen Andrews 1 Shot Killer Pussy 3:13
Spac Hand Luke Like A Machine 3:46
Amen Andrews Screwface 3:26
Spac Hand Luke Grime II Dark 4:02
Amen Andrews Multiple Stab Wounds 4:34
Spac Hand Luke Grave 3:41
Amen Andrews Intelligent 4:07
Amen Andrews Barrave 3:25
Amen Andrews Amen Andrews 4:57
Amen Andrews Junglism 3:40
Spac Hand Luke Play 4:03
Amen Andrews Murder 3:20

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July 20, 2018
referencing Amen Andrews Vs. Spac Hand Luke, 2xLP, Album, CAT 178 LP
Was having a listen to this in view of buying, great LP(except the price) but the Murder track sounds like a blatant copy of Shy Fx's - Bambaata albeit a bit faster.
Cheeky Mr Vibert!


October 2, 2006
edited over 15 years ago
referencing Amen Andrews Vs. Spac Hand Luke, CD, Album, CAT 178 CD

"Cutting edge", "ground breaking" and "boundary pushing" aren't words you can really use to describe this album, however "varied", "well crafted" and "fun" certainly are. If you like big grimey bass and beats, there's plenty for you here, along with some choice ragga vocals snippets, old rave hoovers, sirens, Steven Seagal movie samples and of course succulent amens. "Barrave" is basically a remix of "Spice" by Eon, but it's rather nice. "Like A Machine" is an minimal, bleepy, disjointed growly thing. "Play" is choppy, sample-stuffed, rave-spattered breaky number. It's all a bit familiar, but all so very enjoyable. I am slightly disappointed that the junglistic tracks don't really get as brutal as you'd expect, except on "Multiple Stab Wounds". However, that track really is a killer. It's one of those unstoppable beasts that I would compare with the likes of Soundmurderer's "Badman", Capone's "Massive" or the infamous Ambush 10 in terms of sheer relentless amen butchery. Spactastic.