Backini ‎– Re : Creation

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Lumenessence Recordings ‎– LUMCD016
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1 The Conversation
Written-By – Backini
0:30
2 Little Big Horn
Flute, Saxophone – Jonny Tarr*Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HayVocals – Dalia SaundersWritten-By – Backini
4:52
3 Electro Industry
Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HaySaxophone – Jonny Tarr*Written-By – Backini
3:49
4 Radio
Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HayRap – Dr. Oop Capone*Vocals – Viola WillsWritten-By – Alan O'Day, Backini, Dr. Oop Capone*
4:23
5 Wake Up
Drums – Kristian CockburnGuitar – Jeff Bruce-HaySaxophone – Jonny Tarr*Scratches – JFBVocals – Dalia SaundersWritten-By – Backini
4:47
6 Hangers
Written-By – Backini
0:34
7 Victoria Falls
Bass, Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HayWritten-By – Backini
4:21
8 Boathouse
Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HayWritten-By – Backini
4:07
9 Deus Ex Machina
Drums – Kristian CockburnFlute, Saxophone – Jonny Tarr*Written-By – Backini
4:32
10 Le Anima
Written-By – Backini
4:19
11 Family Secret
Bass – Jeff Bruce-HayWritten-By – Backini
3:21
12 The City
Bass, Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HayVocals – Richard PalmerWritten-By – Backini, Richard Palmer
5:05
13 Chameleon
Bass, Guitar – Jeff Bruce-HayVoice – John SamsonWritten-By – Backini
4:10
14 Rock All Bailey
Written-By – Backini
15:34

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Radio incorporates elements of 'Angie Baby' by Alan O'Day.
Chameleon includes lyrics from 'The Bestiary' by Flanders & Swann.

© Lumenessence Recordings 2005 + ℗ Lumenessence Recordings 2005
Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5050693117627
  • Matrix / Runout: LUMCD016 SP 82374 01 IFPI LU81 IFPI KA03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LU81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KA03

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ingejanse

ingejanse

July 7, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I'm amazed that so little attention has been given to this album. Backini truelly masters the ability to combine creative sampling with composing wonderful music and keeping the listener interested throughout the entire album. Fans of RJD2, DJ Shadow and Fingathing should definately give Re:Creation a chance. Nothing is certain, but I don't think it would disappoint you.