Dabrye ‎– Instrmntl

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Tracklist

Intrdctn. 1:13
Won 3:35
No Child Of God 4:09
D-Town Tabernacle Choir 4:20
You Know The Formula Right? 3:32
Evelyn 4:36
This Is Where I Came In 3:26
Prospects (Marshall Law) 3:26
Take Me Home 1:45

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EASTDEV002 Dabrye Instrmntl(CD, Album) Eastern Developments EASTDEV002 US 2002 Sell This Version
TKCB-72322 Dabrye Instrmntl(CD, Album) Tokuma Japan Communications TKCB-72322 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
EASTDEV002 Dabrye Instrmntl(LP, Album) Eastern Developments EASTDEV002 US 2002 Sell This Version

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joepappz

joepappz

July 8, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Instrmntl, CD, Album, EASTDEV002
What can be said? Stunning that's what! From trip-hop through breaks and IDM and back again. There not a bad track. No Child of God stands apart though... just. The whole album is so damn... intelligent. Introduce yourself to Dabrye and you will not regret it. Get one/three and two/three as well as they are masterpieces. My favorite artist of the moment.
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 13, 2004
referencing Instrmntl, CD, Album, EASTDEV002

Dabrye brings on the deep funk with his album <I>Instrmntl</I>, full of hip-hop beats and abstract electronics. Right from “Intrdctn” and “Won,” there’s a funkiness that’s unmistakable as it is catchy.
“Evelyn” throws some jazzy horns into the mix, while “This Is Where I Came In” is almost straightforward electro. My favorite track would be “D-Town Tabernacle Choir,” a track filled with wobbly piano and solid beats. A good album, albeit rather short.