Roots Manuva ‎– Run Come Save Me

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Big Dada Recordings ‎– BD032
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 ...No Strings
Vocals, Cello – Isabelle DunnVocals, Violin – Johti Osahn*Written-By – M. Johnson*
A2 Bashment Boogie
Featuring – Ricky Rankin'*Producer, Mixed By – Wayne BennettWritten-By – R. McKenzie*
A3 Witness (1 Hope)
A4 Join The Dots
Featuring – Chali 2naProducer [Re-production] – Al Mono, Alan MawdsleyWritten-By – A. Mawdsley*, C. Stewart*
B1 Ital Visions
B2 Artical
B3 Hol' It Up
Featuring – RiddlaWritten-By – B. Abbas*
B4 Stone The Crows
C1 Kicking The Cack
Mixed By – Roots Manuva
C2 Dub Styles
Featuring – The Lingalong TecknishunRecorded By, Mixed By – Hylton SmytheWritten-By – M. Moka
C3 Trim Body
C4 Sinny Sin Sins
Featuring – Pastor LeeRecorded By, Mixed By – Hylton Smythe
C5 Evil Rabbit
D1 Swords In The Dirt
Featuring – Big P, Blackitude, Danny Vicious, Niara*, Rodney P, SkemeProducer, Mixed By – Wayne BennettRecorded By – Alan MawdsleyWritten By – P. Ekbe, S. PrudentWritten-By – C. Sancho*, D. Fahey*, N. Scarlett*, R. Panton*
D2 Highest Grade
Featuring – Seanie T.Mixed By – Roots ManuvaWritten-By – Sean Theobalds
D3 Dreamy Days
Producer, Mixed By – SkillamanjaroVocals, Cello – Isabelle DunnVocals, Violin – Prabjohti Osahn*Written-By – Jimmy Webb, M. Johnson*

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Issued in a gatefold sleeve.

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  • Barcode: 5021392032887
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BD32A-2 DAMONT A ALCHEMYMASTERING.COM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BD32B-2 DAMONT B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): BD32C-2 DAMONT C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): BD32D-2 DAMONT D

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outofeastwood

outofeastwood

March 3, 2016

My copy has right barcode / cat# - but isn't in a gatefold sleeve
harrymatcham

harrymatcham

January 30, 2016
Anyone know why the tracklist is different on this release to the cd version?
Nubiz

Nubiz

May 18, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

I can highly recommend this album. When I first got it, I was impressed by its novelty; the combination of hiphop, reggae/dub and electronic music was unlike anything I had ever heard in hiphop before. Today, the beats still sound awesome and very modern and the charcteristic voice of Roots Manuva provides the songs with great depth and athmosphere.