Muki ‎– Quiet Riot

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Mantra Recordings ‎– MNTCD1020
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01 Munk Funk 6:31
02 I Don't Want To Know
Written-by [Words & Music] – John Martyn
4:03
03 Quiet Riot
Written-by [Words] – Mickey Braithwaite*, Steevie Braithwaite*
7:39
04 Late Nite 1:45
05 Funky Sofa 4:22
06 WPPK 6:28
07 Floating 6:24
08 Spin Dry 6:06
09 Judy
Written-by [Words & Music] – Rev. Al Green*
4:36
10 Space Out 7:04
11 Airborne 5:03
12 Ghost 3:02

Credits

  • Written-by [Music]Luke Mullen (tracks: 4, 6, 11, 12), Muki (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (scanned): 609008102022

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MNTLP1020 Muki Quiet Riot(2xLP, Album) Mantra Recordings MNTLP1020 UK 2000 Sell This Version
724384948627 Muki Quiet Riot(CD) Mantra Recordings 724384948627 France 2000 Sell This Version

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fury.of.yuri

fury.of.yuri

May 23, 2017
Very well done album. Definitely better than Muki's first album. Has more variation and groovy tracks. Title track "Quiet Riot" probably my favorite.
scoundrel

scoundrel

August 31, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

QUIET RIOT, Muki’s second full-length, shows a remarkable improvement on their first, both in terms of sound and sophistication. Right off the bat, “Munk Funk” shoots into a tasty jazz groove, followed the delicate and touching cover of “I Don’t Want To Know.” There’s more of a downtempo focus here, which suits the band well, as do the addition of vocals. The title track swings from low-key to upbeat with organic grace. “Funky Sofa” is the epitome of late-night, while “Floating” goes for more funk. The Latin flavor of “Spin Dry” stays light, rather than falling into cliché, and “Judy” enters out-and-out soul. Finally, “Airborne” and “Ghost” close the album in a mournful drift, ending a marvelous musical journey.