Diplo ‎– Florida

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Florida 1:36
Big Lost 4:39
Sarah 5:26
Money Power Respect 3:51
Into The Sun 5:53
Way More 5:56
Diplo Rhythm 4:53
Works 8:53
Indian Thick Jawns 3:56
Summer's Gonna Hurt You 8:41
It's All Part Of A Bigger Plan 1:46

Versions (13)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BD069 Diplo Florida(2xLP, Album) Big Dada Recordings BD069 UK 2004 Sell This Version
BD69P Diplo Florida(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Promo, W/Lbl) Big Dada Recordings BD69P UK 2004 Sell This Version
BDCD069 Diplo Florida(CD, Album) Big Dada Recordings BDCD069 USA & Canada 2004 Sell This Version
BDCD069 Diplo Florida(CD, Album) Big Dada Recordings BDCD069 UK 2004 Sell This Version
BDCD069 Diplo Florida(CD, Album, Promo) Big Dada Recordings BDCD069 UK 2004 Sell This Version
BDCD069 Diplo Florida(CD, Album, RE + DVD-V, NTSC) Big Dada Recordings BDCD069 US 2005 Sell This Version
none Diplo F10RIDA (10th Anniversary Edition Sampler)(CDr, Promo, Smplr) Big Dada Recordings none UK 2014 Sell This Version
none Diplo F10RIDA(22xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Big Dada Recordings none Europe 2014
BDDNL069XX Diplo F10RIDA(22xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) Big Dada Recordings BDDNL069XX UK 2014
BDDNL069XXW Diplo F10RIDA(22xFile, WAV, Album, RE) Big Dada Recordings BDDNL069XXW UK 2014
BDDNL069XXWH Diplo F10RIDA(22xFile, WAV, Album, RE, 24-) Big Dada Recordings BDDNL069XXWH UK 2014
BDCD069X Diplo F10RIDA(2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE) Big Dada Recordings BDCD069X UK & US 2014 Sell This Version
BD069X Diplo F10RIDA(3xLP, Ltd, RE, 180) Big Dada Recordings BD069X UK & US 2014 Sell This Version

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Niclauke

Niclauke

May 3, 2016
referencing F10RIDA, 3xLP, Ltd, RE, 180, BD069X

One of my all time favourite albums. This LP has truly a unique sound and feel to it, it's brilliant. From the backwards flute samples on Into The Sun to the "bounce aesthetics" on Indian Thick Jawns, these tracks have so much excellence to them. And the extra tracks on this re-release makes it even better. "Flute Jawn" is an absolute favourite, which, if you have heard his promo-work "Sound & Fury", will remind you of his track "Slow Fall", which uses the same sample.
Karakarawan

Karakarawan

March 4, 2016
referencing Florida, 2xLP, Album, BD069
I love this record. Every track on here is great. Sad it went all downwards after this. The music diplo is putting out these days is just horrible imo.
Ki-Asm

Ki-Asm

October 30, 2015
referencing F10RIDA, 3xLP, Ltd, RE, 180, BD069X
This is a brilliant release. Artwork is mind-blowingly great.
pgspecialagent

pgspecialagent

December 18, 2014
referencing F10RIDA, 3xLP, Ltd, RE, 180, BD069X
love every moment of this re-issue. High quality product, classic music. If you do not have this yet, this is a travel you will enjoy listening to for the rest of your days. And for the vinyl freaks who simply adore great artwork and packing, design... etc... Just go get it
Bankheadpsc

Bankheadpsc

February 22, 2014
referencing Florida, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Promo, W/Lbl, BD69P
YO, does this copy really not come with the track "Sarah" that is present on the other non-promo release? I'm bidding on this on ebay right now and the fact it doesn't is a heart-wrencher.
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 11, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Florida, CD, Album, RE + DVD-V, NTSC, BDCD069

Diplo, who helped M.I.A. craft her stunning debut, releases his own stunning debut, FLORIDA. ANd while you might think of Florida as full of retirees and Cuban exiles, Diplo shows that it's just as full with musical visionaries. The string section on "Big Lost" seems oddly out of place with the thick beats and the Wurlitzer, but, damn it, it works! The "try anything" aesthetic is on full display here, with "Sarah" going from moody with its piano line, then turning sunny once a brass section comes it. Martina Topley-Bird lends her vocals to the swirling "Into the Sun," a track built mainly on backspinning. "Way More" has these intriguing mini-horn builds and a recurring theme that circles around itself, then fades away completely, while "Money Power Respect" is all double bass... and bass until the samples of the two kids talking take it in a different direction. "Diplo Rhythm" takes the vocal percussion of baile funk and sets it against a blippy digital backdrop, while the longer "Work" seems like several disparate songs segued together. But "Summer's Gonna Hurt You" pulls things back, a slow and melancholy piece that grows psychedelic. An auspicious debut.
mimaradioDJ

mimaradioDJ

March 10, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Florida, CD, Album, BDCD069

An absolutely amazing debut CD on the Big Dada label from Diplo that is both beautiful and ecstatic. It is a cross between trip-hop and abstract hip-hop and the range of clever sampling is simply breath-taking.