Roots Manuva ‎– Run Come Save Me

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1 No Strings...
Cello, Voice – Isabelle DunnEdited By [Re-edited], Other [Messed With] – Count Donzai, Walworth Road Rocker*Violin, Voice – Johti Osahn*
1:25
2 Bashment Boogie
Producer, Mixed By – Wayne BennettVocals [Co-starring] – Ricky Rankin
3:19
3 Witness (1 Hope) 4:15
4 Join The Dots
Featuring [Co-starring] – Chali 2NAProducer [Re-produced] – Al Mono, Alan MawdsleyRecorded By [Vocals] – Jamie FinchScratches – DJ MK
3:59
5 Black Box Interlude 0:22
6 Ital Visions 4:42
7 Kicking The Cack
Mixed By – Roots Manuva
3:36
8 Dub Styles
Recorded By, Mixed By – Hylton SmytheVocals [Co-starring] – The Lingalong Tecknishun
2:40
9 Trim Body 3:35
10 Artical
Scratches – DJ MK
3:21
11 Hol' It Up
Featuring [Co-starring] – Riddla
2:48
12 Stone The Crows 3:21
13 Sinny Sin Sins
Featuring [Preacherman Vibes] – Pastor LeeRecorded By, Mixed By – Hylton Smythe
3:36
14 Evil Rabbit 3:24
15 Swords In The Dirt
Coordinator [Vibal Co-ordinator] – Gordon GFeaturing [Co-starring] – Big P, Blackitude, Danny Vicious, Rodney P, SkemeProducer, Mixed By – Wayne BennettRecorded By – Alan MawdsleyScratches – DJ MKVocals [Co-starring] – Niara*
4:40
16 Highest Grade
Coordinator [Vibal Co-ordinator] – Gordon GFeaturing [Co-starring] – Seanie T.Mixed By – Roots Manuva
4:05
17 Dreamy Days
Cello, Voice – Isabelle DunnProducer, Mixed By – SkillamanjaroViolin, Voice – Prabjote Osahn
4:45

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℗ & © 2001 Big Dada Recordings

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  • Barcode: 5021392032825
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS BDCD032 01 5
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L135
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 04F0
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 04F4
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 04G1
  • Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M & L

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

September 15, 2015

Sonically more adventurous and sophisticated than their début; again Rodney is witty and conscientious delivering "Witness" Root Manuva's most enduring track, and one of the best tunes of the decade. The album is a great example of "British Hip-Hop", but for all the merits of Rodney's lyrics and the production, I just don't find most of the material enduring. That said, there are some decent good but not great tunes; other than "Witness", "Dreamy Days" the closer is the highlight.
manchester

manchester

September 24, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

An absolutely superb Hip Hop album by a true lyrical master, that stands up to any Hip Hop from the States. This is Hip Hop moving & grooving to it's full potential, full of inventiveness and meaningful lyrics than the usual bling & bitches tirade. Roots Manuva deserves a lot of respect as a fanatstic Hip Hop artist that put British Hip Hop on the map. Also one of the greatest Dance albums of the last 10 years. Respect.