Luke Vibert / BJ Cole ‎– Stop The Panic

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Astralwerks ‎– ASW 48797-2
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1 Intro 0:54
2 Swing Lite - Alright
Vocals – Bobby Valentino
3:29
3 Dischordzilla 4:26
4 Start The Panic
Vocals – Addie Brik, Iris Parker
4:44
5 Hipalong Hop
Vocals – Mexeena Carlos
4:23
6 Fly Hawaii 4:52
7 This Stuff Is Fresh 6:03
8 Cheng Phooey 8:27
9 Baby Steps
Vocals – Holly Penfield
6:55
10 Party Animal 4:00
11 Nice Cave
Vocals – Addie Brik
3:52
12 Watery Glass Planet (Pt.3) 6:27
13 Songs Of The Night Life
Vocals – Bobby Valentino
3:56

Credits

Notes

All performances recorded at The Batcave.
Mastered @ CTS.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24384 87972 3
  • Matrix / Runout: 724384879723
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L043
  • Other (Mould SID Code): ifpi 1675
  • Other: MASTERED BY EMI MFG.

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COOK CD 193 Luke Vibert / BJ Cole Luke Vibert / BJ Cole - Stop The Panic(CD, Album) Cooking Vinyl, Law & Auder COOK CD 193 UK 2000 Sell This Version
4978522, 4978522000 Luke Vibert / BJ Cole Luke Vibert / BJ Cole - Stop The Panic(CD, Album) Cooking Vinyl, Law & Auder 4978522, 4978522000 Italy 2000 Sell This Version
ASW 48797 ADV Luke Vibert & BJ Cole Luke Vibert & BJ Cole - Stop The Panic(CD, Album, Promo) Astralwerks ASW 48797 ADV US 2000 Sell This Version
COOK 193 Luke Vibert / BJ Cole Luke Vibert / BJ Cole - Stop The Panic(2xLP, Album) Cooking Vinyl, Law & Auder COOK 193 UK 2000 Sell This Version
COOK CD 193 Luke Vibert / BJ Cole Luke Vibert / BJ Cole - Stop The Panic(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Cooking Vinyl, Law & Auder COOK CD 193 UK 2000

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 12, 2012

STOP THE PANIC, Luke Vibert's collaboration with pedal steel guitarist BJ Cole, starts off on the right foot with the Western hoedown of "Swing Lite--Alright." "Dischordzilla" stomps around with thick slabs of sound, while "Start the Panic" mixes breaks, exotica, and hip-hop samples (though the vocals sound a bit discordant; on "Nice Cave" they work much better). The country plucking on "Hipalong Hop" adds some perky fun, but it's with "Fly Hawaii" that Cole's guitar really takes center stage. They take a relaxed approach with "This Stuff Is Fresh," which has a dreamy quality, while they're just having a laugh with "Cheng Phooey." The dance party gets underway with the electric bass underpinning "Party Animals," but "Watery Glass Planet (Pt.3)" throws a spanner in the works with a twisted, meandering track. "Songs Of The Night Life" harkens back to the opening, though with a shuffly beat that works quite well. A fun album, if with a few slight missteps.
Logan-5

Logan-5

June 6, 2003

BJ Cole is an experimental Hawaiian steel guitarist. He plays the slack-key style of slide guitar but takes it to other dimensions; ordinarily he'd be playing with a combo more likely to suit Fred Frith or Hans Reichel, but apparently he and Luke Vibert got to be mates and decided to record some light-hearted fun together, with spectacular, cohesive and fun results, as the previous comment notes. breaks, d'n'b, hawaiian lounge and acid, like a mai tai in heaven.