Baby Mammoth ‎– Motion Without Pain

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Pork Recordings ‎– pork 065
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1 Elephunk
Written By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
8:18
2 Pacific Glitter
Guitar – Tom HarlandWritten By – Blissenden/Burdall/HarlandWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*, Harland*
5:06
3 Tasty Maloney
Drums – SheikWritten By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
7:18
4 The Ghost Of Henry
Written By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
4:40
5 One Foot Up My Arse
Drums – Andy DimmackGuitar – Tom HarlandWritten By – Blissenden/Burdall/HarlandWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*, Harland*
6:33
6 Motion Without Pain
Guitar – Tom HarlandWritten By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
7:30
7 Danger On The Rocks
Written By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
6:43
8 Ebb & Flow
Drums – Andy DimmackWritten By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
6:10
9 Pigs In Space
Written By – Blissenden/BurdallWritten-By – Burdall*, Blissenden*
5:56

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Engineered and produced at Sunken Isle
℗ 1999 Pork Recordings/Sunken Isle Productions
© 1999 Pork Recordings
Made in England
Mastered at Jah Tubby Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 027803 056428
  • Matrix / Runout: PORK 065 CD Systems UK 25196

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
pork 065 Baby Mammoth Motion Without Pain(CD, Album) Pork Recordings pork 065 UK 2000 Sell This Version
pork 065 Baby Mammoth Motion Without Pain(CD, Album, Unofficial) Pork Recordings (2) pork 065 Russia 2000 Sell This Version

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DLXRecords

DLXRecords

August 25, 2016
This would sell like a mf on vinyl :( someone should press this.
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 5, 2004

<I>Motion Without Pain</I> brings out the funk in Baby Mammoth. On the first half of the album, their tempos are slightly more upbeat, and they seem to be encouraging the listener to shake things up a bit. “Tasty Maloney” is bright and bouncy, buoyed by a horn sample, while “The Ghost of Henry,” takes an old music sample that sounds like it came from the heyday of Coney Island and loops it over some loping beats. The second half slows things down for the most part, but throws in some breaks here and there (like on “Pigs in Space”) for variation. More tasty Pork chops for your tongue!