Bedlam Ago Go

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BDLM4PCD, BDLMP4CD Bedlam Ago Go - Estate Style Entertainment album art Bedlam Ago Go Estate Style Entertainment (Album) Sony Soho Square BDLM4PCD, BDLMP4CD UK 1998 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

FFC 001 Bedlam Ago Go - Paranoid album art Bedlam A Go-go* Paranoid Friendly Fire Communicationz FFC 001 UK 1996 Sell This Version
FFCO 021 CD Bedlam Ago Go - Noah album art Bedlam Ago Go Noah (Single) Friendly Fire Communicationz FFCO 021 CD UK 1996 Sell This Version
BDLM1 12 Bedlam Ago Go - Flat-29 album art Bedlam Ago Go Flat-29 (Single, Maxi) Sony Soho Square BDLM1 12 UK 1997 Sell This Version
BDLMP3 CD Bedlam Ago Go - Asylum album art Bedlam Ago Go Asylum (Single) Sony Soho Square BDLMP3 CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
BDLM2 CD Bedlam Ago Go - Season No. 5 album art Bedlam Ago Go Season No. 5 (Single, Maxi) Sony Soho Square BDLM2 CD UK 1998 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

BDLMP1LP Bedlam Ago Go - Estate Style Entertainment Primary Stages album art Bedlam Ago Go Estate Style Entertainment Primary Stages(2xCD, Promo, Smplr) Sony Soho Square, Friendly Fire Communicationz BDLMP1LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
sampmc6240 Bedlam Ago Go - Season n°5 / Flat 29 album art Bedlam Ago Go Season n°5 / Flat 29(Cass, Promo, Smplr) Sony Music Entertainment (France) S.A. sampmc6240 France 1998 Sell This Version

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Dirtbomb

Dirtbomb

April 3, 2020
'When the Penny Drops' is a sublime tune and I regularly play it out in my Sunday chill out sets. I love the bass and Kenny's voice, one of my all time top ten vocalists.
Stylesy71

Stylesy71

September 8, 2019
His vocals sound like 3D (I think) Massive Attack..Nothing wrong with that at all considering the quality of this tune..Those backing vocals are epic..
retroscendence

retroscendence

January 19, 2004
Partially agree with the Underworld influence in places, but seems a bit unfair to label such an varied album with one similarity that is only seen in one or two tracks.
For anyone who has not heard them I would liken them in places to: The Streets (lyrical subjects and sometimes vocal style), Asian Dub Foundation (as with Streets), Death in Vegas (actually contains same sample in one track as into to DIV's Dirt, and also use of gitaurs), Faithless (can't really say why?) and Low Fidelity Allstars. But to be honest I find the whole album far more entertaining and listenable than any full album by the above artists. WELL WORTH CHECKING OUT!

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