Lightning Head ‎– Studio Don

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1 El Head Sound
Vocals – Farda P.
6:46
2 Me And Me Princess
Vocals – Colliston White
3:53
3 E.V.A. 3:19
4 Still A Move 4:06
5 Superfunky Bird
Vocals – Colliston White
4:05
6 Bassdrum & Snare
Vocals – Patrice
4:09
7 Steelsation 3:59
8 Mudman Skank 4:15
9 Step On Out
Vocals – Monterria Tolson
4:36
10 2nd Line Stomp 4:44
11 Raggasalsa 4:37
12 Message To The Tribes
Vocals – Monterria Tolson
6:56
13 Studio Don One 4:53

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Tracks 3 & 12 are CD bonus.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SBCD0004 Lightning Head Studio Don(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Best Seven SBCD0004 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
SB7009 Lightning Head Studio Don(2xLP, Album) Best Seven SB7009 Germany 2002 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 20, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Bigga Bush continues his dub-based takeover of the world with STUDIO DON, the first album under his new moniker Lightning Head. And while you can’t escape the dub, you can at least groove to it. The snappy lyrical patter and slightly unpredictable drum hits of “Me and Me Princess” keep things interesting, while the unmistakable steel drums brighten up “E.V.A.” and “Steelsation.” “Superfunky Bird” is an apt self-descripton, as is “Bassdrum and Snare,” but the latter seems to be lacking something distinctive. Unfortunately, that could also be said of a good chunk of the album as well, which makes track like “Step On Out,” which puts plenty of echo into its languor, and “2nd Line Stomp” noteworthy. And though he shows real interest in pushing the dub form further, like on “Raggasalsa,” this album seemed crammed full of good ideas, but without only some of them coming to fruition.