Katch 22 ‎– Diary Of A Blackman Living In The Land Of The Lost

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Kold Sweat ‎– KSLP 01
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Today
A1 Monday Ghetto Child
Mixed By – Hijack (2)Producer – Katch 22, Lethal Productions
4:02
A2 Tuesday Katch Mission
Mixed By – Hijack (2)Producer – Katch 22Written-By – DJ Marga
3:50
A3 Wednesday Cynical World
Mixed By – Hijack (2)Producer – Katch 22
4:22
A4 Thursday Service With A Smile
Mixed By, Producer – Zombie Headhunters
2:40
A5 Friday Son Of Shem
Producer – Huntkillbury Finn
3:04
A6 Saturday Mind Field
Backing Vocals, Guitar – Angelo StarrMixed By, Producer – Katch 22Producer – Lethal Productions
3:46
Tomorrow
B1 Monday Diary Of A Blackman Living In The Land Of The Lost
Mixed By – Hijack (2)Producer – Katch 22
4:43
B2 Tuesday State Of Meditation
Mixed By – Hijack (2)Producer – Funk Mafia, Katch 22
3:20
B3 Wednesday Who's Business
Producer – DJ Brainiac
2:56
B4 Thursday Stalag 22
Mixed By, Producer – Katch 22
3:03
B5 Thursday Night Rogues Gallery
Featuring – Shazame*, Phantom (2), Shaka ShazamProducer – Katch 22
4:32
B6 Friday Brown Clown
Mixed By – Hijack (2)Producer – Funk Mafia, Katch 22
4:16
B7 Saturday Get Together Now
Mixed By, Producer – Katch 22
3:23

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Some inconsistencies between sleeve and label tracklistings.

Includes inner sleeve with printed lyrics.

Made in England.

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  • Barcode: 5 020275 200115

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wonderbrat

wonderbrat

September 18, 2010
edited over 3 years ago

When it came out, I read a rave review in a British magazine called Hip Hop Connection. It was as good as the critic suggested. I taped the record and it nearly fitted onto one side of a 90 minute cassette. My tape recorder had the automatic function of eight times rewinding and playing that side again. I was addicted then to a computer game called Dark Castle. After the tape recorder stopped I realized I had wasted an enormous amount of time, but in the company of a beautiful record: "We have come from pyramid builders to council tenants." (To be frank I was neither of the two.)
Strong voices making valid and socially poignant statements embedded in richly textured soundscapes: "Too many Big Daddy Kane sound-a-likes ..."
The typical lean and sometimes even negligent production characteristic of UK hip hop, but then again Organized Konfusion's eponymous debut had a similarly muddled and murky sound at the time and nobody slagged them off for that.