Bandulu ‎– Redemption

Label:
Music Man Records ‎– MMCD 019, Music Man Records ‎– MMCD019
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CD, Album
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1 Jahquarius
Written-By, Producer – J. Bissmire*, J. O'Connell*, L. Thompson*, W. Williams*
4:53
2 Redemption (Dub) 4:56
3 Smooth Step 5:10
4 Chapter 6
Written-By, Producer – J. Bissmire*, J. O'Connell*, L. Thompson*
4:42
5 Detention
Written-By, Producer – D. Brown*, J. Bissmire*, J. O'Connell*, L. Thompson*
3:05
6 Bill's Gate 3:02
7 44100 4:36
8 Vital Sense
Written-By, Producer – J. Bissmire*, J. O'Connell*, L. Thompson*
2:48
9 Wetlook 5:09
10 Rank 4:27
11 Mooger
Written-By, Producer – J. Bissmire*, J. O'Connell*, L. Thompson*
3:47

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The CD and vinyl versions of this album contain different tracks.
Tracks 1 & 3 are available on MMLP019 Redemption (which has six other tracks that are not featured on the CD).
Tracks 1 & 5 are available on limited 7" (MM Spec10 & 11).
Tracks 7 & 9 are available on 12" (MM088).

Tracks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 & 11 are exclusive to this CD release.

Super jewel box.

Durations as listed on the release with the exception of track 11 (which is wrongly listed as being 4:17)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5414165007692
  • Barcode (Text): 5 414165 007692
  • Rights Society: SABAM

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MMLP 019 Bandulu Redemption(2xLP, Album) Music Man Records MMLP 019 Belgium 2002 Sell This Version

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Tox-cds

Tox-cds

September 2, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

An enjoyable album featuring digital dub, break-beat techno, reggae-electro & then some! The 2 vocal dub-tracks really stand out for me: both "Jahquarius" & "Detention" are excellent.
But in nearly all of the electronic tracks there are Rasta-influences such as reverb, delay & echoes. Not in deep, lengthy & slow works of art like Basic Channel, but rather in compact 3-4 minute dance-tracks. Other highlights include "Smooth Step" & "Bill's Gate" The overall mood varies from nervous & intense to groovy & laidback. All in all a good & pretty original album, but not really a milestone.
Not being much of a vinyl freak I've always been curious to what the tracks on the LP-version sounded like (since they are nearly all different) & why Music Man decided to release 2 so very different versions of the same album...?