DJ Krush ‎– Krush

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Tracklist

AM 300 Tag 0:50
B-Boy Mastamind. 4:17
Mixed. Nuts 1:11
Roll & Tumble 5:08
Murder Of Soul 5:37
E.A.R.T.H./SOS 0:52
On The Dub-Ble 5:43
Another Day 0:21
Underneath The System 0:52
Edge Of Blue 4:15
Big City Lover 5:58
Down The Drain 0:49
Into The Water 4:48
Ruff-Neck Jam 5:13
Keeping The Motion 6:37

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COCA-11420 DJ Krush Krush(CD, Album) Triad, Chance Records (11) COCA-11420 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
COJA-9156 DJ Krush Krush(LP, Album) Chance Records (11) COJA-9156 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
SDW-004-2 DJ Krush Krush(CD, Album) Shadow Records SDW-004-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
2138 DJ Krush Krush(CD, Album) 99 Records 2138 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
SDW-004-2, SDW004-2 DJ Krush Krush(CD, Album) Shadow Records, Shadow Records SDW-004-2, SDW004-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
SDW-004-2 DJ Krush Krush(CD, Album) Shadow Records SDW-004-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
9014 DJ Krush Krush(LP, Album) 99 Records 9014 Austria 1995 Sell This Version
SDW004-1 DJ Krush Krush(2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Shadow Records (16) SDW004-1 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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zoix

zoix

December 16, 2016
referencing Krush, LP, Album, COJA-9156

I bought a near mint copy of this and it looks clean however there are a few clicks and pops here and there which i didnt expect. Anyone else have a nice looking copy which has some occasional surface noise?
scoundrel

scoundrel

February 7, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Krush, CD, Album, SDW-004-2

DJ Krush's stateside introduction, KRUSH, is chocked full of hip-hop beats and flowing soul. Monday Michiru lends her vocals to the smooth "Keeping the Motion," and Sonya Vallet brings the romantic soul to "Big City Lover." But most of the tracks here are instrumentals, tinged through-and-through with jazz. The beats on "Roll & Tumble" are tight, and the horns on "On The Dub-ble" mellow. "Into the Water" brings on some guitar in myriad forms, from jangly to psychedelic riffs, with some swift cutting for good measure. "Ruff-Neck Jam" really as rough as you'd think, but it is a full-on jazz jam session. But for me, the top track on here is the multilingual "Murder of Soul," a darker, smoky joint, with hints of mystery in the clouds. A crushing introduction.
Jenova7

Jenova7

March 8, 2012
referencing Krush, LP, Album, 9014

Brilliant. A masterpiece of trip-hop and modern sound.
hands_solo

hands_solo

January 5, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Krush, 2xLP, Album, RE, Unofficial, SDW004-1
An Amazing album which was bootlegged in 2006. The pressing plays very well and should satisfy all but the purists. Sadly, it doesn't contain the true gem from the Japanese only release, of the same title, from 1994 on Nippon Columbia " B-boy Mastermind", featuring GURU at his very finest. Try and get a hold of the original Nippon Columbia at any cost.....classic.
hands_solo

hands_solo

January 5, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Krush, LP, Album, COJA-9156
An Amazing album which was picked up by DJ shadow's, Shadow Records imprint, within the same year, 1994.
However, it is only this release which contains the true gem " B-boy Mastermind", featuring GURU.
This track has it all, nice beats, jazziness, and some super slick rhymes from GURU on point.
"you can't test a B-boy mastermind"