TipperBroken Soul Jamboree

Label:Tippermusic – TIPP004C
CD, Album
Style:Glitch, IDM, Trip Hop, Downtempo, Ambient


1Big Question Small Head4:36
3Class 5 Roaming Vapour5:19
4Brocken Spectre3:35
5Dead Soon5:11
6Cinder Cone5:41
7Herriot Method3:48
8Neuron Huskie4:56
9Tit For Tat4:02
10Reality Harshness Defender4:59
11Royal Dragon Sir3:40
12Hourglass Infringement3:56
13Ever Decreasing Circles4:57


The first 300 copies of the CD version of Broken Soul Jamboree are/were accompanied by a limited edition poster - exclusively through in the USA. These represent a 'soft release' to test demand for CD's when the album is made available via physical distribution globally, on the 13th of February, 2011.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Broken Soul Jamboree (13×File, Album, MP3, 320 kbps)TippermusicTIPP00DL10US2010
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Broken Soul Jamboree (2×LP, Album, Reissue)TippermusicTIPP008VUS2021
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Broken Soul Jamboree (13×File, ALAC, Album)TippermusicnoneUSUnknown



  • couchlock's avatar
    i bought this as a cd with a poster of the artwork, seems to be rare now, i need to buy this also as vinyl.
    broken soul jamboree is one of the best electronic albums of all time, trippy, visonary, emotional, so ful of details....some organic instruments are included on some tracks, played by dave himself.
    he put so much work in this album, it is insane in a positive way.
    it is a shame, that he is not more known, i am sure, that more people would love tbis.
    b.s.j. sounds like no other album out there, it is a masterpiece, a class ot its own, a juwel, a audiophile journey into the soul and the universe.
    sound design and production are unbelieveable, this has to be played on decent headphones or hifi, the sound is part of the music.
    dave tipper is a genius in the field of electronic music and he becomes better and better, forward escape and jettison mind hatch are also highly recommended!!!
    • phutyle's avatar
      EU customers, buy it at around €30, is worth the expense of US shipping and potential taxes if you get lagged at customs, it certainly is an incredible album!

      Tipper, would be super cool if you could sort an EU distro for your amazing music so us in the EU maybe able to get your gear a bit cheaper, just saying (◠‿◕)
      • Setvenere's avatar
        Fantastic album
        • Headphone_Commute's avatar
          Load up that rubber band gun with a stretched-out bass and snap the trigger on the dropping rhythm - the wobble bubble hip-bop is in the house! The 10th studio album from Dave Tipper, Broken Soul Jamboree, is about to slap you across the face, with its top notch production, acoustically rich other world themes, and of course, those staple (dare I say) glitch-hop downtempo beats, that have made Tipper a household name among the trip hop and nuskool breaks junkies alike. From acoustic instruments to CPU-intensive DSP rendering, the music prepares the listener for yet another mind trip, with captain Tipper behind the knobs and gas pedals. What could be said about this UK producer that hasn't been said before? How careful must I be with my words, in order not to reclassify the descriptions of the past? Should I attempt to write this review composed entirely of questions? You think? While Tipper follows his self-imposed rule of producing and releasing whatever he feels like on his own Tippermusic, I follow mine, and write about the music that simply makes me feel. The product of it all is just an auxiliary function. There is no other hidden agenda. It was through this self guided journey that I have discovered Surrounded back in 2003, and immediately fell in love with Tipper's music (I can still hear Forty Winks just by thinking about it). Since then, he released five more albums - the latest recommendations being Tertiary Noise and Wobble Factor (both released as digital only downloads in 2008). But it is with Broken Soul Jamboree that Tipper returns with his sound, and I feel like I am back running through the morning forest, looking for my sleeping friend's dew covered tent. Since Surrounded, Tipper has perfected his production techniques, paying a little more attention to the low-frequency space where the bass wobbles, and a little less attention to the direction of the rest of the world. Where others are concerned with following the latest trend (if you haven't noticed, dubstep managed to creep its dirty tail into every genre), Tipper is mostly concerned with making music that he loves. And that's where his perseverance prevails. On Broken Soul Jamboree, Tipper appears a bit more wise, mature, and even more confident in his sound than before. And through this confidence, Tipper is not afraid to show a little emotion, be it nostalgia or melancholia, while exploring the farthest corners of his mind (and ours).
          • drunkenpunk's avatar
            Edited 13 years ago
            Got a free poster with my copy. Dope tunes and nice artwork.


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