Monk & Canatella ‎– Do Community Service

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Telstar ‎– TCD 3112
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1 Enter The Monk (Original Mix) 4:43
2 Monday 4:19
3 Elephant
Featuring – Chris Eubank
4:17
4 Duty Free 3:42
5 Tender Love
Mixed By – Goetz
3:49
6 My Style 4:28
7 Chilli Bomb
Producer – Dave Botrill*
4:02
8 Son 4.5.89
Mixed By – Dave Botrill*
3:45
9 Research 3:49
10 And 3:48
11 Slagger (Original Mix) 5:32
12 Slagger (Radio Mix) 3:27

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Simon Russell and Jim Johnston recorded this record with help from: DJ Madds, Simon Robinsson, Simon Preston, Ollie Moore, Thimothy Myall and Chris Worsley.

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Dark22

Dark22

June 21, 2017
I'd quite like to buy this CD for the MUSIC. Can anyone sell me a copy without the ridiculous price-inflating sleeve? I'll paint my own flipping sleeve if I have to. 200 Euros my arse.
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 27, 2013

DO COMMUNITY SERVICE, Monk & Canatella's second album, sees them taking a grittier path, with the thrashing electric guitars and big beat drums on "Enter the Monk." "Monday" sounds more familiar, though the aggression is still present. Indeed, the beats are heavily and the sonics more extreme, with the thick slabs of sound on "Chilli Bomb." But the jangle on "Duty Free," "Tender Love," and "Research" hearken back to the lo-fi feel of their debut. "My Style" even has a romantic tinge to it before it jets off into sirens and chants, whereas "Slagger (Original Mix)" goes the other direction, starting off with hip-hop rock before smoothing out to a soft fade-out. It's an angrier Monk & Canatella, but still worth checking out.