Various ‎– Ninja Cuts: Flexistentialism

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Ninja Tune ‎– zen 22
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A1 Coldcut Atomic Moog 2000
Producer – ColdcutWritten-By – More*, Black*, Brook*
A2 Ashley Beedle Presents The Uschi Classen Band Do You Believe In Love?
Engineer, Programmed By – James Brown (3)Performer [Additional Space Sounds] – DJ DieselPresenter – Ashley BeedleWritten-By – Ashley Beedle, Uschi Classen
A3 9 Lazy 9 Turn Me Loose
Written-By, Producer – James Braddell*, Keir Fraser
B1 Luke Vibert Get Your Head Down
Written-By, Producer – Luke Vibert
B2 The Herbaliser A Mother (For Your Mind)
Written-By, Producer – Jake Wherry, Jonny Cuba, Ollie Teeba
C1 DJ Food Ninja Walk
Producer – ColdcutWritten-By – More*, Black*
C2 DJ Food Gentlemen
Producer – ColdcutWritten-By – More*, Black*
C3 Up, Bustle & Out Ninja's Principality
Written-By, Producer – Ein*, El Senor Roody*
C4 London Funk Allstars Junkies Bad Trip
Producer – DJ Jason, LFA*Written-By – FJ Carter*
D1 DJ Food Cosmic Jam
Producer – ColdcutWritten-By – More*, Black*
D2 Kruder & Dorfmeister Shakatakadoodub
D3 Funki Porcini Venus
Written-By, Producer – Funki Porcini
E1 2 Player Extreme Possibilities (Wagon Christ Mix)
Remix – Wagon ChristRemix, Producer [Additional], Performer – Luke VibertWritten-By, Producer – Daniel Pemberton, Jon Tye
E2 DJ Food Scratch Yer Hed (Squarepusher Mix)
Producer – Coldcut, PC*Remix – SquarepusherRemix, Producer [Additional], Performer – Tom JenkinsonWritten-By – More*, Foakes*, Black*, Carpenter*
F1 Up, Bustle & Out La Morena En El Viento Andaluz
Guitar [Guitarra] – Benjamin MalagaWritten-By, Producer – Ein*, El Senor Roody*
F2 The Illuminati Of Hedfuk The Worm Turns
Producer – Coldcut, PC*Written-By – More*, Black*, Carpenter*
F3 9 Lazy 9 Spoonful Of Slow
Written-By, Producer – James Braddell*, Keir Fraser

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Gatefold cover.
Backcover reads wrong track positions for side C.
Tracks C2 + C4 are interchanged.

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  • Barcode: 5 021392 091839

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
zen cd22 Various Ninja Cuts: Flexistentialism (The Joy Of Dex)(2xCD, Comp) Ninja Tune zen cd22 UK 1996 Sell This Version
ZENCD 22 Various Ninja Cuts: Flexistentialism(2xCD, Comp, RM) Ninja Tune ZENCD 22 Canada 2003 Sell This Version
TFCK-87901~2 Various Ninja Cuts: Flexistentialism(2xCD, Comp) Toy's Factory TFCK-87901~2 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
zen cd22 Various Ninja Cuts: Flexistentialism(2xCD, Comp) Ninja Tune zen cd22 UK Unknown Sell This Version
zen cd22 Various Ninja Cuts: Flexistentialism(2xCD, Comp) Ninja Tune zen cd22 Unknown Sell This Version

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IDT

IDT

August 16, 2010
edited over 5 years ago

I started listening to electronic music since 1992.It was all about breakbeat, jungle and drum n bass for me.The years of 1996 and 1997 was the last years (in my opinion) of good tracks for jungle and dnb.And by the time i was starting to loose my interest for these kind of tunes i stepped into a record store and i noticed this compilation.I had no idea what ninja tune was about.I just liked the logo of this ninja throwing a record like ''suriken''.And... that was it.I became a big fun of this record label with it's many (but not all) ecxellent artists.Ambient, trip hop ,freestyle, IDM, dnb influences linked so smooth with Jazz, funk and ethnic sometimes music and rhythms.All the black music genres (and also world music) from a modern point of view.Just buy this compilation.It's worth every second listening to it.

(sorry for my bad english)
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

February 26, 2004

No comments yet? I'm appalled! This is an excellent collection of tunes put out by a label who saved me from ditching electronic music altogether at a time when electronic beats were getting about as stale as a five year old open bag of chips. These tunes were upwardly musical and very inspiring when everybody was getting high on badly produced loops that were about as creative as what a five year old might come up with. That's right all you "Goa" fans and "noisecore" junkies. Anything would have suited your pathetically misguided pallettes! Thank God Ninja Tune was bringing some talent back into music production of the electronic nature! These tracks are TOPS! If you want to hear what happens when musicians (not "DJ's") add their talent and skill to electronic beat manifestation, you simply must hear this compilation. Check it out!