Baby Mammoth ‎– 10,000 Years Beneath The Street

Pork Recordings ‎– pork 035
CD, Album


1 Come Again 7:09
2 Mysterious Muses 6:13
3 Whiskey Soul 5:14
4 Dima 5:51
5 Venus Vibe Trap 6:05
6 Van 6:40
7 The Devil Lies 4:25
8 How Can I Love? 6:28
9 Thin Air 6:22
10 Binks 6:29
11 Oh Really!? 5:18
12 Past Lives 6:02

Companies, etc.



All tracks by Blissenden/Burdall.
Mastered at Jah Tubby Studios

1996 Pork Recordings/Sunken Isle Productions
℗1996 Pork Recordings
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5027 80305 352 6
  • Matrix / Runout: PORK035 MADE IN THE U.K. BY CD-SYSTEMS 03955


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January 7, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

Baby Mammoth joins the Pork team with their debut 10,000 Years Beneath The Street and it's no surprise that all tracks are excellent to relax to. The production is not optimal yet, but is compensated by the thought-out basslines, such as on "Oh Really!?", the bright "Dima" and the finger-snapping "Van". "Whiskey Soul" is a bit on the boring side, but the other tracks are interesting enough. The irresistible downtempo groove "Come Again" and the comfortable "Past Lives" are instant pleasers, while the mystic "Mysterious Muses" and "Thin Air" follow a more graceful approach. "Binks" pushes the tempo up to deep house terms for a crystal clear and modest groove. My favourite, "How Can I Love?", has a beautiful mechanical moodiness to it with its sad melodies. A very promising start.


March 4, 2004

The Pork label has become renowned for its mellow output, and Baby Mammoth’s first album is chock full of easygoing downtempo grooves. Still <I>10,000 Years Beneath the Street</I> shows all the hallmarks of a first album – the individual tracks aren’t distinguished enough, save for a few standouts, like “Mysterious Muses” and “Binks”, the tracks blend together in your head. The album is still, without a doubt, spliff-worthy and perfect for a night of staying home and smoking, but it’s the first bite of the delicious Pork chops that Baby Mammoth would go on to produce.