Modaji ‎– Modaji

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Laws Of Motion ‎– LM CD 103
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1 One And The Same
Keyboards [Keys] – Kaidi TathamVocals – Marcus Begg
5:47
2 Fuel For The Fire
Bass – Danny HuckridgeKeyboards [Keys] – Oliver ParfittVocals – Jag
5:10
3 Shook Up
Keyboards [Keys] – Kaidi TathamVocals – Cindy Brown (2), Iomi Brown
5:28
4 Into Something
Bass – Danny HuckridgeKeyboards [Keys] – Oliver ParfittVocals – Melissa Browne
5:51
5 No Disguise
Backing Vocals – Melissa BrowneBass – Danny HuckridgeKeyboards [Keys] – Oliver ParfittVocals, Percussion [Tablas] – Jag
5:43
6 See The Changes
Keyboards [Keys] – Oliver ParfittVocals – Melissa Browne
5:27
7 Sanctuary
Guitar, Percussion – Chris FrankKeyboards [Keys], Bass – Mike Patto
8:21
8 Outside From The Inside
Keyboards [Keys] – Kaidi Tatham
6:30
9 Rush
Backing Vocals – Cindy Brown (2), Iomi BrownKeyboards [Additional Yamaha Solo] – Oliver ParfittKeyboards [Keys] – Kaidi TathamLead Vocals – Melissa Browne
4:48
10 Shocka's Joint
Keyboards [Keys], Drums – Kaidi TathamTrumpet – Sid Gauld
6:43
11 Shooklude
Keyboards [Keys] – Kaidi Tatham
1:49

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Vocals on track 3 and backing vocals on track 9 are credited to "I.C Brown" which appears to be a combination of Iomi Brown and Cindy Brown.

Album cat# printed as LMCD103.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LMLP103 Modaji Modaji(2x12", Album) Laws Of Motion LMLP103 UK 2001 Sell This Version
TFCK-87820 Modaji Modaji(CD) Toy's Factory TFCK-87820 Japan 2000 Sell This Version

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SoulDancer

SoulDancer

November 17, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
I discovered this release trough the track Shocka's Joint. Modaji created here a very subtle cover of Ce Ce Rogers' Brothers & Sisters, probably impressed by the remix work of our master Kerri Chandler, a track which happens to be one of my all-time classics. Shocka's Joint is far from the original in terms of style but according to my perception of both tracks, I think that Modaji catched the essence of its glorious inspiration.