Roots Manuva ‎– Brand New Second Hand

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Big Dada Recordings ‎– BDCD010
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1 Movements
Mixed By – Matt ColemanProducer – Mr Manuva*
4:12
2 Dem Phonies
Featuring, Producer, Mixed By – I.G. Culture*
4:26
3 Juggle Tings Proper
Engineer, Mixed By – Andy Parker (2)Producer – Roots Manuva
5:04
4 Inna
Mixed By – Mr Manuva*Producer – Hylton Smythe
4:31
5 Soul Decay
Mixed By – Jamie Finch, Wayne BennettProducer – Wayne BennettScratches – Jodi (2)
3:49
6 Baptism
Featuring – WildflowerMixed By – Matt ColemanProducer – Mr Manuva*
4:21
7 Strange Behaviour
Mixed By – Lord GoshProducer – Hylton Smythe
3:52
8 Organ Skit
Composed By – Lord Gosh
0:16
9 Big Tings Gwidarn
Featuring – Seanie T*Mixed By – Lord GoshProducer – Mr Manuva*
4:42
10 Sinking Sands
Featuring – Sober NowMixed By – Jamie Finch, Wayne BennettProducer – Wayne Bennett
4:10
11 Wisdom Fall
Mixed By – Lord GoshProducer – Mr Manuva*
3:10
12 Roots-Fi Discotheque (Skit)
Composed By – E, Lazima, Lord Gosh
0:31
13 Clockwork
Co-producer, Guitar, Mixed By – J.T.*Producer – Roots Manuva
3:57
14 Cornmeal Dumpling
Mixed By – Jam-El*, Lord GoshProducer – Jam-El*, Roots ManuvaVocals – Thomas E (2)
5:27
15 Fever
Guitar – Richard MolyneauxProducer, Mixed By – Vrs*
4:00
16 Oh Yeah...
Producer, Mixed By – Roots Manuva
3:18
17 Motion 5000
Arranged By [Strings] – Matt ColemanMixed By – Jamie FinchProducer – Roots ManuvaStrings – Isabelle Dunn, Stella Page
5:11

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Tracks 1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 14, and 16 mixed at Rhythm Station.
Track 2 mixed at Drop Zone.
Track 3 pre-produced at Rhythm Station and recorded at Prophet Studios.
Track 5 and 17 mixed at Downtown Bass.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021392 010823
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021392010823
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0414
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS BDCD010 01 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Moulded): MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

September 15, 2015

Not sure who coined the term British Hip-Hop, and why they don't use English Hip-Hop instead, but what I like about this is that it isn't trying to sound American, and that the theme is unmistakably English. There's some decent tunes on here, "Strange Behaviour" is the most abiding tune, I also like "Movements", "Inna", "Fever" and "Motion 5000", but, whilst the lyrics are clever, conscious and witty, most of the other songs are fairly forgetful. However, if you interested in "British" hip-hop, then this is a must have.
joemhewitt

joemhewitt

September 2, 2014
Truly a classic.
rgreensted

rgreensted

November 2, 2002

awesome, the best british hip hop i`ve heard, he may not be the tightest rapper in the world, but he`s got a great message and would be a great poet. the way he plays himself down adds to the character, and the lack of swearing and americanisms highlight the areas in which british hip hop has been failing in for so long. some of the music behind is not upto the same high standard, but tracks like juggle tings proper and clockwork are rockin, as for the rendition of motion 5000, thats a true masterpiece. a shining light for british hip hop, shame he blew with the second album.