Pinch (2) ‎– Underwater Dancehall

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Tectonic ‎– TECCD003
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2 × CD, Album
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CD 1 With Vocals
1-1 Brighter Day
Vocals [Featuring] – JuakaliWritten By – R. Ellis, J Lashley
5:22
1-2 Get Up
Vocals [Featuring] – Yolanda*Written By – R. Ellis, Y. Quartey
4:21
1-3 Airlock 3:43
1-4 One Blood, One Source
Vocals [Featuring] – Rudey Lee*Written By – R. EllisWritten-By, Producer – R. Lee*
4:27
1-5 Widescreen 4:48
1-6 Gangstaz
Vocals [Featuring] – JuakaliWritten By – R. Ellis, J. Lashley
3:43
1-7 Angels In The Rain
Vocals [Featuring] – Indi KaurWritten By – R. Ellis, Indi KaurWritten-By, Producer – Indi Kaur
3:26
1-8 Battered
Vocals [Featuring] – Yolanda*Written By – R. Ellis, Y. Quartey
4:10
1-9 Trauma
Vocals [Featuring] – JuakaliWritten By – R. Ellis, J. Lashley
4:35
1-10 Lazarus 5:15
CD 2 Without Vocals
2-1 Brighter Day (Instrumental Version) 5:19
2-2 Get Up (Full Instrumental Version) 4:43
2-3 Airlock 3:43
2-4 One Blood, One Source (Full Instrumental Version) 4:43
2-5 Widescreen 4:48
2-6 Gangstaz (Instrumental Version) 3:44
2-7 Angels In The Rain (Instrumental Version) 3:21
2-8 Battered (Instrumental Version) 4:11
2-9 Trauma (Instrumental Version) 4:34
2-10 Lazarus 5:15

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© & ℗ Multiverse Ltd. 2007

The instrumental version of Brighter Day was orginally released as Qawwali on Planet MU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 060096 473282
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): TECCD003 A712459-01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): TECCD003 A712459-02

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TECCD003 Pinch (2) Underwater Dancehall(20xFile, FLAC, Album) Tectonic TECCD003 UK 2007
TEC018 Pinch (2) Underwater Dancehall (Instrumentals)(2x12", Album) Tectonic TEC018 UK 2007 Sell This Version

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30-Hertz

30-Hertz

April 21, 2012
Rob Ellis (Pinch) is a very talented producer- let's say that upfront. This album showcases at least some of his ability to make effortless sounding, minimalist soundscapes either with or without a vocalist. He has subsequently showed himself to be an artist who rewards a following listener with excellence. I recommend this album & his other works, both solo and collaborative, to the discerning Bass music enthusiast.