Monk & Canatella ‎– Care In The Community

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Cup Of Tea Records ‎– COT CD005
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Tracklist

1 Darkus Twisted 6:09
2 Out Of Here 3:40
3 Flying High 6:30
4 Apology 4:34
5 Roughead 3:45
6 Forthcoming 3:34
7 Chelsea Smile 4:58
8 This Time It's Different 4:34
9 Top Yourself 4:20
10 Lucy Gray 5:56
11 I Can Water My Plants 5:36
12 Trout 5:29
13 Untitled 0:57
14 Untitled 0:04

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Tracks 13 and 14 are not mentioned on the release itself.

Mixed at The Coach House.
Mastered by Loud Mastering.

℗&© Monk & Canatella 1996

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 016554 090522 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): C5434 COTCD 005 • 1 : 0 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L123, IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2319

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 22, 2012

In a broad sense, you could call Monk & Canatella's debut, CARE IN THE COMMUNITY, trip-hop, but it merges strange, noisy indie-folk into the beats, and the results are, as the title suggests, "Darkus Twisted." The sonic palette (discordance, feedback, scratching) at times suggests Portishead (the retro intro and outro of "Out of "Here" and "Top Yourself" help reinforce the notion), but Jim Johnston's vocals take on a complete different timbre and mood. As for moods, there's plenty of moody soul on "Apology" and rolling darkness on "Roughead." And despite the threatening talk at the start of "Forthcoming," it also provides lamenting lyrics, as well as tenderness on "Chelsea Smile" and "Lucy Gray." But the track that everyone will remember them for is "I Can Water My Plants," with its chugging beat and slightly melancholy chorus. It's a keeper, so take care.