Johnny Clark* vs Mala (4) / Coki ‎– Sinners / Goblin

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Ringo Records ‎– RNG 008
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Distributed by ST Holdings.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): RNG 008 A3 TRANSITION MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA, etched): RNG 008 AA MPO TRANSITION

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tjtownend

tjtownend

March 10, 2015
goblins the one suck ya mum
Fals

Fals

October 28, 2014

one of the most underpriced plates of all time...
groundrunner

groundrunner

February 9, 2014

I love both sides but Goblin is the track that sold it for me, incredible song which produces an incredible atmosphere. I always rewind this one.
Fals

Fals

May 22, 2013

"despicable in its machismo" good one skttr
Jason_Goz

Jason_Goz

March 19, 2013
This record has now been officially repressed available from all good record shops
skttr

skttr

March 18, 2013

Goblin is a quintessential dubstep wobbler. Whilst it is despicable in its machismo, it is always supported and contrasted by Coki's signature dub reggae production.
Sinners showcases Mala's ability to create and maintain an eerie atmosphere through both sound design and sampling. Highly recommended!
barriebunroi

barriebunroi

December 15, 2011
Goblin is absolute pressure, when this gets dropped at a rave everyone goes nuts. So many complex baselines fighting each other. Need to hear it on a proper rig to understand it properly. Close your eyes and sway to it.
XavierNC

XavierNC

July 16, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

Goblin is one of the most goddamn annoying grime/dubstep tracks I've ever heard. That synth is just retarded.. one of the most dissonant, repetitive grating / buzzing / farting basses ever. It really pisses me off everytime I hear it.. weird to me that people actually went berzerk over this track.

Sinners is *completely* opposite though -- low key, proper chilled out dubness with a nice Johnny Clark vocal.. can't bring myself to buy it though, because I hate the B side.