Deejay Punk-Roc ‎– Spoiling It For Everyone

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Independiente ‎– ISOM 17CD, Independiente ‎– 497859200
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1 Ever Get The Feeling You've Been Cheated? 3:34
2 Blow My Mind 3:46
3 The Living Sound Of Reality 4:00
4 Brooklyn Style 3:55
5 All Discotheques Have A DJ (Interlude) 0:10
6 One More Bump 4:03
7 Glue 3:44
8 Hi-Fi Wrecker 5:01
9 Back In The Classroom (Interlude) 1:28
10 Knock 'em All The Way Out 3:47
11 Spring Break 5:52
12 Fat Gold Chain 4:50

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 099749 785922
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony Music S4978592000-0101 13 A1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 943T

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kamikaze_deadboy

September 15, 2015
Although not as well recieved as "Chickeneye" Deejay Punk Roc's follow up album is a more polished commercial affair. Its a mixed bag as all of the 11 tracks its seemingly switch from tough hip hop vibes, bits of trip hop, G-Funk, sexy house vibes and the usual breakbeat. the addition of vocalists have certainly helped some of the more hip hop orientated tracks, but the two singles featuring the same vocalist ("Blow My Mind/ One More Bump") are rubbish. by far the best track is the 3rd track "The Living Sound of Reality" a brilliant 4 minute hip hop/turntablist tune which wouldn't sound out of place on a Mix Master Mike album. The album ends with a kind of Bootsy Collins inspired affair called "Fat Gold Chain" which isn't too bad to close the album. Overall a good release, just a pity there wasn't any followups in the mid 2000s, apart from the remix/B-side companion "Thrift Store Classics".