Fila Brazillia ‎– Maim That Tune

Pork Recordings ‎– PORK 027
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The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pork Recordings.
© 1995 Pork Recordings.
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Digital Editing by John Rowley at Fairview
Mastered by Keith at Jah Tubby Sounds

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  • Barcode: 5 027803 052727
  • Matrix / Runout: PORK 027 MPO 01 @ 01 IFPI 1211
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1211

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PORK 027 Fila Brazillia Maim That Tune(CD, Album) Pork Recordings PORK 027 UK 1995 Sell This Version
PORK 027 Fila Brazillia Maim That Tune(CD, Album, Unofficial) Pork Recordings (2) PORK 027 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
MOVLP1521 Fila Brazillia Maim That Tune(2xLP, Album, RE, 180) Music On Vinyl MOVLP1521 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
T 005 Fila Brazillia Maim That Tune(CD, Album) Twentythree T 005 UK 2001 Sell This Version
PORK 027 Fila Brazillia Maim That Tune(CD, Album) Pork Recordings PORK 027 UK 1995 Sell This Version


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February 28, 2018
the strings in "at home in space" sound like the opening chords of vaughn williams's 'the lark ascending', also a beautiful tune.


September 28, 2015

As perfect a downtempo record as there is out there....seriously... that spaced out intro to Leggy and the depth defying chill of Subtle Body and it all glides along together insomemutantjazzygroove....that won't stop...ever


December 14, 2013

This album was my introduction to the Fila Brazillia sound. What an intro! After nearly 20 years I still listen to this album every few months. It is a stone cold classic of down-tempo electronica, and to my ears is timeless. I feel this is the pinnacle of Fila Brazillia's output with nary a wrong foot placed from the start to finish. Essential!


February 16, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
Stunning record. Bears comparison with the roughly contemporaneous classic 'Smokers delight' by Nightmares on Wax. This jazzy, soulful downtempo (call it Trip Hop if you must) is a real gem. I fell FilaB lost their way later on but this is an essential release. Easily loved


May 3, 2004

<I>Mess</I>, the second album from the Fila Brazillia boys, has all the properties that you would expect (and hope for!). “A Zed and Two L’s” is a bass-laden jam that switches tempo towards the end, but is complemented throughout by African chanting. “At Home in Space” glides by on a flute, moving through various stages. That is exactly what’s so great about Fila Brazillia -- instead of endless noodling, their tracks have an actual shape and move according. Sure, they indulge themselves occasionally, but, for the most part, they’re tight. “Slacker” goes back into house mode, while “Extract of Pineal Gland” has jazzed-up piano chords all throughout. “Subtle Body” closes the album on a simple and beatless note. Outstanding.


April 26, 2004

Between track 5 & 6 is a breakdown, over which is a long Bill Hicks skit. "If you're in advertising...kill yourself. No seriously!" . For more of the same, track down his Arizona Bay album.

p.s. Fila Brazilia are the unsung heroes of trip hop, and long may they continue to produce amazing albums!