Africa HiTech ‎– 93 Million Miles

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Warp Records ‎– WARPCD199
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Tracklist

1 93 Million Miles 6:36
2 Do U Wanna Fight 3:41
3 Out In The Streets 5:12
4 Future Moves 3:29
5 Glangslap 4:56
6 Our Luv 8:38
7 Spirit 5:56
8 Light The Way 4:57
9 Footstep 5:36
10 Cyclic Sun 4:43
11 Don't Fight It 4:41

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Made in EU.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Barcode: 0 801061 019921
  • Label Code: LC0270
  • Matrix / Runout: CA WARPCD199 @@
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1280

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N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
BRC-294 Africa HiTech 93 Million Miles(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC-294 Japan 2011 Vendre cette version
WARPCDD199 Africa HiTech 93 Million Miles(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Warp Records WARPCDD199 2011
WARPCD199P Africa HiTech 93 Million Miles(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo, Pla) Warp Records WARPCD199P UK 2011 Vendre cette version
WARPCDD 199 Africa HiTech 93 Million Miles(11xFile, WAV, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD 199 UK 2011
WARPCD199P Africa HiTech 93 Million Miles(CD, Album, Promo) Warp Records WARPCD199P UK 2011 Vendre cette version

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scoundrel

15 octobre 2013

It shouldn't come as a surprise that Africa HiTech's debut, 93 MILLION MILES, is pretty awesome, considering that it's yet another project from Mark Pritchard (of Global Communication fame), this time collaborating with Steve White (of Spacek fame). The title track is dreamy but has a sharp Detroitian edge to it, speeding up and slowing down for rhythmic interest. The dubstep hints in "Do U Wanna Fight" give it a thrilling texture, while "Out In The Streets" merges a laser battle with a vocal reggae sample. And while "Glangslap" has a deepness to it that belies its higher tones, "Our Luv" slowly thrums its way into your consciousness. "Spirit" brings in the African rhythms, and "Light the Way" has a smooth dubstep soul in its urgency. "Cyclic Sun" as a free jazz energy to it, and "Don't Fight It" closes up the album on a slower, deeper note that has a plaintive feel. A strong showing.