Domu ‎– Return Of The Rogue

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1 Arrival
Bass – Danny HuckridgeVocals – Rasiyah
6:56
2 So Precious 6:05
3 The Return 1:45
4 Like This 6:26
5 Let Me Be
Vocals – Domu, Nicola Kramer
6:06
6 Stay Away 6:12
7 Last Encounter 6:09
8 Ghetto Samba 6:11
9 Unfazed
Vocals – Nicola Kramer
5:55
10 Signs 5:54
11 It's You 3:57

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DPU 1088 Domu Return Of The Rogue(2x12", Album) Archive (2) DPU 1088 Italy 2005 Sell This Version
CD DPU 1088 Domu Return Of The Rogue(CD, Promo) Archive (2) CD DPU 1088 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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Risingson

Risingson

September 29, 2013
"Return of the Rogue" was quite a dissapointment for me when it was out, though now I learnt to love it. The problem I had with it is that there are only a few hints of the old Domu, the one with crazy synths, violent chord changes and near noisy attitude to the broken beat: in this album, the more gentle one, the one heard in the Rima album, is the one that reigns. There are many traces of the Bugz influences: Last Encounter or Ghetto Samba remind me quite a lot to Likwid Biskit, and after all the song that has more of the previous Domu, Unphaced, has the familiar phrase-talking so common to the bugz crew (it also is the best song of the album). The rest, however, is slightly plain: Yolanda Quartey shines in "Stay Away" and "It's you" (this one a kind of remake of Last Time) and Nicola Kramer feels underused,but I think that approaching house was unnecessary, something Domu tried to do many times and, in my opinion, always with much less interesting results than his experiments with hip hop or any syncopated rhythms. I expected, after all, more hooks here, but to be fair, the album is not bad at all. It just does not shine enough.
riza

riza

September 10, 2010
great vibe. totally wicked!