Mateo And Matos* ‎– The Many Shades Of Mateo And Matos

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Glasgow Underground ‎– GUCD12
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1 Can't We Get Along 0:17
2 Can't Live Like This 6:31
3 Rhythms Of The Universe 0:16
4 Discocide 7:03
5 Congas Galore 1:40
6 The Real Thing (Original Vocal Mix)
Written-By – Stevie Wonder
6:44
7 Superfly 1 0:35
8 Got A Message 6:46
9 Don't Ever Stop Lovin' 6:56
10 Superfly 2 0:30
11 Body-N-Soul 6:08
12 Encore 0:18
13 Stomp Your Feet 7:28
14 The Natives Are Restless 0:57
15 Glasgow Deep 7:53
16 Afterthoughts 0:58
17 Peace 4:47

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 89492 00002 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 689492000028
  • Matrix / Runout: D4872 GUCD 012 : 1:0
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L129
  • Other (Mould SID Code): ifpi 2321

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GULP 12 A/B, GULP 12 C/D Mateo & Matos The Many Shades Of M & M(2x12", W/Lbl, Sti) Glasgow Underground GULP 12 A/B, GULP 12 C/D UK 1999 Sell This Version
GU LP 12 Mateo & Matos The Many Shades Of Mateo & Matos(2xLP) Glasgow Underground GU LP 12 UK 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The first full length from Mateo & Matos that I could really admire. Before THE MANY SHADES OF MATEO AND MATOS, I felt the duo were relying too much on simple loops and rhythms -- but here, they finally integrate those elements with real soul and emotion. The music feels more authentic and organic. The album as a whole shows a little more personality, as well, with cute little interludes, such as “Rhythms of the Universe.” But the tracks like “The Real Thing” (a remake of a Stevie Wonder song), with its counterpoint vocals, are the reason the album stands out. “Got the Message” and “Don’t Ever Stop Lovin’” are appropriately funky and soulful, while “Body-N-Soul” shows that they can do more with a vocal than just loop it. “Stomp Your Feet” is deep and somewhat dreamy, considering how the track exhorts you to get on the floor.