DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid* ‎– Necropolis: The Dialogic Project



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November 16, 2016
referencing Necropolis: The Dialogic Project, CD, Mixed, KFW 185

I've owned a store bought compact disc of this phenomenal oldschool chillout album since it first came out.

I loved it then (2004) & I love it now (2016). From the well mixed audio samples of obscure yet intriguing monologues, to the beautiful piano & ethnic singing in the sub dub prologue, and the phenomenal continuous atmospherics; this album is quite spectactular as an abstract intellectual turntablist feat in the world of music, up with other intellectual and original turntablist albums like Hive's 'Devious Methods', Amon Tobin's 'Supermodified', or Squarepusher's 'Go Plastic'.



March 15, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Necropolis: The Dialogic Project, CD, Mixed, KFW 185

I own this album since 8-9 years and everytime I listen it I have the same great taste! This disc is the right answer for the word ''abstract'' in electronic music.
Spooky's mixing and track selection is the most intelligent way that makes you journey without moving.
Some of very few sounds here, which has no roots with reggae at all, makes me love dub so much.
This mixed compilation is a ''must'' for every intelligent music listeners!!!