Deadbeat And Paul St Hilaire* ‎– The Infinity Dub Sessions

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BLKRTZ ‎– BLKRTZ008
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2 × Vinyl, 12", Album
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A1 Hold On Strong 6:32
A2 Dopa 5:36
B1 What The Heck Them Expect 6:12
B2 Working Every Day 6:22
C1 Rock Of Creation 6:07
C2 Little Darling 6:40
D1 Under Cover 6:17
D2 Peace And Love 6:15

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hydroponicpatternz

hydroponicpatternz

28 juillet 2016
His worst album ever deadbeat gone to pop music 🙀
teknosmoker

teknosmoker

13 juin 2014
If you're expecting anything like the slower paces of "Wildlife Documentaries" or "Something Borrowed, Something Blue" both great albums), look elsewhere..
Deadbeat has moved into the realm of dancefloor, dub-techno, which is evident in this nice 2x12". "Little Darling", in particular, is an upbeat banger of a dub-techno tune - worth picking up the album for this track alone. Really gets the floor moving...particularly when the earthshaking baseline kicks in!
Vorlonian

Vorlonian

14 avril 2014
edité over 3 years ago
As a long-time and dare I say die-hard Deadbeat fan, I have to say that his releases are constantly getting more and more bland, dull, generic, unimaginative and just plain boring. I think Mr. Monteith should look back at his ~scape releases, contemplate a bit, and find out how a proper album created by the artist of his capabilities could look and sound like. So Mr. Monteith, please wake up from your long Berlin dream a try to give us back those euphoric moments filled with excitement we had when listening to your gems like New World Observer. Peace and good luck.