Various ‎– Give 'Em Enough Dope Volume Two

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Wall Of Sound ‎– WallCD 003
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Give 'Em Enough Dope – Volume Two
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1 DJ Food Consciousness (Cosmic Conscious)
Producer – More*, Black*, Carpenter*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Ashley BeedleWritten-By – More*, Black*, Carpenter*
5:49
2 Kruder And Dorfmeister* Young Men
Producer, Engineer – Kruder*, Dorfmeister*Written-By – Alison*, Kruder*, Dorfmeister*
6:33
3 Hustlers Of Culture Herbs And Spices
Engineer – Richard YoriWritten-By – A.Cox*, M.Dykes*, P.Dykes*, R.Yori*
4:38
4 Pressure Drop Up Against The Wall
Producer, Mixed By – Blood Brothers*Written-By – Blood Brothers*
4:39
5 T-Power* Vs M.K. Ultra* Horny Mutant Jazz
Engineer, Mixed By – C.Stevens*Written-By – M.K. Ultra*, M.Royal*
6:27
6 Akasha Mescalin
Engineer – CJ.Hand*Producer, Arranged By – CJ. Hand*, D.J.Hand*Written-By – C.J.Casey*, D.J.Hand*
6:19
7 Larry Heard A Question Of Time
Written-By, Engineer, Producer – Larry Heard
5:14
8 Howie B* Birth
Producer – Howie B.Written-By – H.Bernstein*
10:19
9 Mekon Last Breath (Electro Re-Skank)
Engineer, Written-By – Robert Hill (2)Mixed By – MekonProducer – Sugar J.*Written-By – Gosling*, Ashman*
4:23
10 Portishead Sour Times (Lot More Mix)
Producer – PortisheadWritten-By – Utley*, Gibbons*, Barrow*
4:21
11 Soundscape* The Journey Within (Pre-Emptive Dub)
Producer – Chris Bangs, Mick TalbotWritten-By – Bangs*, Talbot*
7:20
12 Freakpower In Dub* My Heart Sings
Producer – Norman CookWritten-By – Cook*
7:16

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  • Barcode (Printed): 5 028589 001121
  • Barcode: 5028589001121
  • Matrix / Runout: S WALLCD 003 01
  • Other (Mould number): 6

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robje01

robje01

October 13, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
A good sampler of mid-90s downtempo, this is a quality collection, though there is little that isn't available elsewhere. The mid-90s downtempo formula - blunted breaks dressed up with vestiges of ambient house - is beginning to sound somewhat dated, and while there is no longer anything cutting edge about this collection, it is a good summary of the period in which downtempo had just come into its own as an established genre. The standout track is Kruder & Dorfmeister's excellent "Young Men", featuring a Mose Allison sample; it is not available elsewhere, and is easily worth the price of a secondhand copy.