Funki Porcini ‎– King Ashabanapal

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
zen 1237 Funki Porcini King Ashabanapal(12") Ninja Tune zen 1237 UK 1995 Sell This Version
ZEN CDS37/9, ZEN CD37/9 Funki Porcini Ashabanapal's Big Pink Inflatable(CD, EP) Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune ZEN CDS37/9, ZEN CD37/9 UK 1995 Sell This Version

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theguvofwythenshawe2

theguvofwythenshawe2

April 14, 2019
referencing King Ashabanapal, 12", zen 1237

All about the Dillinja remix for me! First heard Intalex (Mark XTC and Marcus Intalex - god bless his soul) drop this on Kiss 102, Manchester way back in September 1995!
RiKSolo

RiKSolo

April 4, 2017
referencing King Ashabanapal, 12", zen 1237

What an absolute belter of a dillinja remix...... nuff said
wulzronaldson

wulzronaldson

January 1, 2016
referencing King Ashabanapal, 12", zen 1237
Cant believe that this is only worth 99p. Insane. First heard a version of this on a coldcut cd, totally amazing. This Dillinja mix is superb too
h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

September 19, 2013
referencing King Ashabanapal, 12", zen 1237

Total triphop classic! Dillinja mix on this.
scoundrel

scoundrel

January 8, 2010
referencing Ashabanapal's Big Pink Inflatable, CD, EP, ZEN CDS37/9, ZEN CD37/9

Funki Porcini has some more fun with _Ashabanapal's Big Pink Inflatable_, a collection of mixes and b-sides from the album _Hed Phone Sex_. "Suck Acid, Pearl & Dean" has some twitchy jazz which will make further appearances in his output, while "Hyde Park" has a touch of the dreamy about it. "Farewell Alice" is a groovy journey down the rabbit hole. Digidub takes "King Ashabanapal" and emphasizes the bass, while Dillinja works the track up into a drum 'n' bass frenzy. Meanwhile, Plaid perform a typically angular and abstract mix with their version -- a track that's certainly in line with their own sensibilities, even if the original seems completely obliterated.