Mala (4) ‎– Mala In Cuba

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Brownswood Recordings ‎– BWOOD090DD
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1 Introduction 2:35
2 Mulata 3:15
3 Tribal 4:02
4 Changuito 4:23
5 Revolution 4:34
6 Como Como
Featuring – Dreiser, Sexto Sentido
3:47
7 Cuba Electronic 4:36
8 The Tunnel 4:27
9 Ghost 4:06
10 Curfew 4:10
11 The Tourist 2:53
12 Change 4:30
13 Calle F 4:11
14 Noche Sueños
Featuring – Danay Suarez
5:38

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Catalog number varies to: BWOOD 090DD.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BWOOD090CD Mala (4) Mala In Cuba(CD, Album) Brownswood Recordings BWOOD090CD UK 2012 Sell This Version
BWOOD090DD Mala (4) Mala In Cuba(15xFile, WAV, Album) Brownswood Recordings BWOOD090DD Japan 2016
BWOOD090LP Mala (4) Mala In Cuba(Box, Album, Ltd + 4x12") Brownswood Recordings BWOOD090LP UK 2012 Sell This Version
BWOOD090DD Mala (4) Mala In Cuba(15xFile, AAC, Album) Brownswood Recordings BWOOD090DD Japan 2012
BRC-348 Mala (4) Mala In Cuba(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC-348 Japan 2012 Sell This Version

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bassandtreble

bassandtreble

September 11, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
Taken from one of the picture innersleeves:
"If you sail north from Jamaica, within a few hundred miles or so - just next door in oceanic terms - you hit Cuba. Yet in many ways they're quite different, especially musically. In the 1960s, Mala's father left Jamaica for a rainy island in Northern Europe. Then in 2011, under the wing of Gilles Peterson and Havana-Cultura.com (the island's online gateway to its rich cultural heritage) Mala returned to the region to try an experiment: to see what happened if an Anglo-Jamaican dubstep producer with one of the most individual and innate senses of both rhythm and who he is as an artist, began to soak up Cuban culture and make an album."
madrfadr

madrfadr

September 10, 2012
edited over 4 years ago

All this day I have spend driving at job and playing Mala in Cuba on car stereo. Excitement and gratefulness is what I feel for this artist and album. For a long time somehow i feel shame about dubstep, but Mala showed us that true dubstep album is still possible 2012. No "porn music" (in meaning on easy catch) here!!! And yes, Gilles Peterson's ghost is present all around and I'm asking myself who is ghost writer - Peterson or Mala?!