Urban Tribe ‎– The Collapse Of Modern Culture

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1 Decades Of Silicon
Written-By, Mixed By – Anthony Shakir
3:48
2 Nebula
Mixed By – Carl Craig
4:26
3 Low Berth
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Carl Craig
7:00
4 D-2000
Mixed By – Carl CraigWritten-By, Producer – Kenny Dixon Jr.
4:27
5 At Peace With Concrete
Written-By, Producer – Anthony Shakir
5:28
6 Sophistry
Keyboards – Shake
5:52
7 Social Theorist
Mixed By – Shake
1:57
8 Transaction 5:16
9 Genome Project
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Anthony Shakir
5:52
10 Cultural Nimrod
Edited By, Keyboards – Shake
6:20
11 Daytime T.V.
Edited By – Shake
1:27
12 Micro Machines
Producer, Mixed By – Anthony Shakir
5:17
13 Lap Top
Keyboards – Shake
4:42
14 Peacemakers
Written-By – Anthony Shakir
6:14

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Comes in cardboard sleeve

℗ & © 1998 Mo'Wax Recordings

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: V-9431/ MW102CDP B
  • Other (SID Mould): IFPI 0783

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
524 589-2 Urban Tribe The Collapse Of Modern Culture(CD, Album) Mo Wax 524 589-2 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
TFCK-87965 Urban Tribe A Collapse Of Modern Culture(Cass, Promo) Toy's Factory, Mo Wax TFCK-87965 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
TFCK-87965 Urban Tribe The Collapse Of Modern Culture(CD, Album, Gat) Toy's Factory TFCK-87965 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
MW 102 Urban Tribe The Collapse Of Modern Culture(2xLP, Album) Mo Wax MW 102 UK 1998 Sell This Version
MW 102 CD Promo Urban Tribe The Collapse Of Modern Culture(CD, Album, Promo) Mo Wax MW 102 CD Promo UK 1998 Sell This Version

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finestillusion

finestillusion

January 24, 2015
Some of the tracks on here are incredibly ahead of their time. 'Cultural Nimrod' and 'False Gods' sound like the kind of stuff that dubstep labels like DMZ and Tempa were putting out ten years later. Great album that has dated better than a lot of Mo Wax material.
sunpina

sunpina

January 8, 2014
the best late 90´s album to me.
leighdennis

leighdennis

December 3, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
Criminally underrated - surprising given the list of contributors but perhaps explained by the lead roles of Ingram and Shake who remain two of the most overlooked Detroit producers out there, even with more exposure of late. There's some real nuanced depth and subtly devastating melancholy here. Worth checking the Japanese version for the stunning I.F.O. One of my favourites of all time.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

August 11, 2003
a little something from Detroit. A small but breathtaking list of guests (Carl Craig, Shake, and Moodymann) pass through a few moments of ideas and hand in some nice contributions.