Kinobe ‎– Soundphiles

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Pepper Records ‎– 9230272, Jive ‎– 9230272, Pepper Records ‎– (7) 9230272, Jive ‎– (7) 9230272
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 The Biological Break 4:49
2 Theatricks 5:17
3 Skyscraper 5:06
4 Hombré 4:46
5 Bopalong 3:50
6 Slip Into Something... 3:43
7 Bayou Barrataria 4:38
8 Lucidity 5:08
9 Grass Roots Horizon 6:31
10 Hammock Island 3:36
11 K-I-N-O-B-E Skit 5:41

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Notes

Track 3: samples "Dove" by Cymande.

Manufactured in the EU
℗ 2000 Zomba Records Limited, except
Track 3 ℗ 1999 Zomba Records Limited
© 2000 Zomba Records Limited

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 38592 30272 3
  • Barcode: D7992 923027-2 : 1 : 2 [Nimbus logo]
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L129
  • Rights Society: MCPS / BIEM / STEMRA / GEMA
  • Rights Society: NCB / SDRM / SIAE
  • Label Code: LC 07925
  • Other: PC:43
  • Other: PM:527

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9230332 Kinobe Soundphiles(CD, Album) Jive 9230332 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
82876 55126 2 Kinobe Soundphiles(CD, Album) BMG, Zomba 82876 55126 2 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
9230272 Kinobe Soundphiles(CD, Album, RE) Pepper Records, Jive 9230272 UK 2003 Sell This Version
82876 64392 2 Kinobe Soundphiles(CD, Album) Zomba, BMG Russia 82876 64392 2 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
9230271 Kinobe Soundphiles(2xLP) Pepper Records 9230271 Europe 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

August 3, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Kinobe's first album, SOUNDPHILES, finds them raiding the crates for all sorts of samples and influences, from the neo-spaghetti Western of "Hombre" to the voodoo funk of "Bayou Barrataria." Some mighty fine downtempo on display here, probably best exemplified by the sleazy listening classic, "Slip Into Something." It makes you feel sexy just listening to it. In some places, though, there's a bit too much reliance on samples to carry the track, such as "The Biological Break" or just plain outright silliness from a mediocre M.C., such as "Theatricks." But when they stick to smooth downtempo grooves, they're on fine ground: the lazy country vibes of "Bopalong" or the blissful "Lucidity" which suddenly kicks into house gear or the through-and-through calm of "Hammock Island." Slip into something comfortable and enjoy this album.