DJ Wally ‎– The Creepy Crawlies

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Quatermass ‎– QS 111 CD
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1 I Must Be Mad 6:33
2 Smoke 5:31
3 The Crawlies 5:04
4 Aquazonk 2:51
5 Walk With Limp 6:35
6 Spilling Over 1:54
7 Hybrid Sermon 3:44
8 Spotlight Stupor
Co-producer – DJ Swingsett
7:31
9 Terrorific 6:31
10 Sentimental Stamina 5:53
11 Fetish 6:47
12 Out There In Dub Minor 6:35

Notes

There are both Digipak and clear plastic jewel box versions of this CD. Both are identical except for two slight variations:
Jewelcase version disc Matrix ends with "...A1", Digipak version ends with "...A2".
Jewelcase version has a 4-page v-fold cover insert, the center being red/black/white rings art, the Digipak version omits this.

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  • Barcode: 5 411867 171119

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 26, 2004

<I>The Creepy Crawlies</I> has the subtitle, “A Soundtrack to a Make Believe Movie,” but by all accounts, it’s most likely a horror movie. The album is full of the dense, paranoid trip-hop for which DJ Wally is known. He’s the only person who can transform the oldies rock classic “Rock Around The Clock” into something scary (it appears as a sample on “Smoke”). The cheery sample at the end of “Spilling Over” soon gives way to the slowed down orchestra of “Hybrid Sermon.” If you want something to give you nightmares, try “Terrorific.” The harp and moaning on “Fetish” (followed, by someone singing about being naked!) makes you feel dirty just listening to it. A few of the tracks go on beyond what seems like their natural lifespan and become undead, but it only seems appropriate for this eerie album.