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BlockheadMusic By Cavelight

Label:Ninja Tune – ZEN CD88
Format:
CD, Album, Enhanced
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
Style:Instrumental, Downtempo

Tracklist

1Insomniac Olympics5:06
2Carnivores Unite
GuitarDamien Paris
ScratchesOmega One
4:45
3You've Got Maelstrom
ScratchesOmega One
4:47
4Sunday Seance5:26
5A Better Place
GuitarDamien Paris
4:26
6Road Rage Breakdown4:15
7Triptych Pt. 14:03
8Triptych Pt. 23:04
9Triptych Pt. 3
BassDamien Paris
Written-ByT. Simon*, D. Paris*
2:53
10Jet Son
GuitarDamien Paris
ScratchesOmega One
3:48
11Breath And Start
ScratchesOmega One
ViolinBaby Dayliner
4:22
12Music By Cavelight4:12
VideoInsomniac Olympics
Film Director [Video Director]Sam Arthur
3:31
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Credits

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Recorded and mixed at The Dayliner Manor.
Mastered at 10th Planet.
Published by Just Isn't Music.

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  • Barcode: 5021392322124

Other Versions (5 of 9)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Music By Cavelight (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)Par Media MusicZZ-04YEG00001431Russia2003
Music By Cavelight (CD, Album, Enhanced, CD, Limited Edition)Ninja TuneZEN CD88Canada2004
Music By Cavelight (CD, Album, Enhanced)Ninja TuneZEN CD88Canada2004
Music By Cavelight (2×LP, Album, 12", Promo, All Media, Limited Edition)Ninja Tune, Ninja TuneZEN 88, ZEN 88XUK2004
Music By Cavelight (CD, Album, Promo)Ninja TuneZEN CD88PUK2004

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cyclo-bob
Edited 8 years ago
At the beginning I have had problems with some high pitched chant samples on this album but apart from that this is just a great album. I recommend to have a listen to 'Carnivores Unite', 'Sunday Seance' (It contains a sample from Keith Jarrett's 'Köln Concert' and this harmonica sample in it blows me away every time), the three 'Triptych' parts and of course 'Insomniac Olympics'. Not a lot of albums out there with such a harmonic well done structure based on sampled material, it all works great together! And after a while I even begin to love the high pitched chant stuff :-) You see...