Ad

Release

Marketplace

18 For Sale from $3.69
Ad
Ad

Statistics

  • Have:149
  • Want:27
  • Avg Rating:4.17 / 5
  • Ratings:24
  • Last Sold:
  • Lowest:$1.23
  • Median:$4.21
  • Highest:$5.26

Videos (26)

Edit

Lists

    Ad

    BrooksRed Tape

    Label:Soundslike – SL16CD
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:House, Abstract, Experimental

    Tracklist

    1Accidents
    Electric GuitarBenet Walsh
    4:37
    2Restoration
    Mixed By [Additional Mixing]Atjazz
    VocalsDick Sooshi
    5:21
    3Roxxy
    PercussionIan Strong
    VocalsBenet Walsh
    4:20
    4Bedbugs
    Electric GuitarBenet Walsh
    6:25
    5Enormous Members' Club
    VocalsAl Appleby
    5:53
    6Man-size5:14
    7Burning Buxx5:37
    8Tell Somebody About Us
    Electric GuitarBenet Walsh
    HornsPete Wraight*
    VocalsBenjamin Cooper
    5:50
    9A Little Bit Of Time
    HornsPete Wraight*
    VocalsAntony Hegarty
    4:38
    10Do The Math
    VocalsDick Sooshi
    5:58
    11Red Tape
    HornsPete Wraight*
    5:31
    Ad

    Companies, etc.

    Credits

    Notes

    ℗ 2004 Mantis Recordings © 2004 Soundslike.

    Housed in a 4 panel card sleeve.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 827884001325
    • Matrix / Runout: SL16CD SP 57784
    • Mastering SID Code: none
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI KA06

    Other Versions (4)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Red Tape (2×LP)SoundslikeSL 16 LPUK2004
    New Submission
    Red Tape (CD, Album, Promo)SoundslikeSL 16 PROMO CDUK2004
    New Submission
    Red Tape (CD, Album)Soundslike, Hostess Entertainment UnlimitedSL16CD, SL16CDJJapan2004
    New Submission
    Red Tape (2×LP, Promo, White Label)SoundslikeSL 16 LPUK2004

    Reviews

    scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Edited 16 years ago
    Brooks moves to Matthew Herbert's label, Soundslike, for his second album, RED TAPE. And the ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ aesthetic as applied to weirdo, cut-up house feels exactly at home. “Accidents” makes it clear that there really are none here, and the more-sense-than-meaning lyrics (both backwards and forwards) of "Restoration" adds more texture to a track that already has it in spades. Anything goes in these tracks, and for the most part, it's successful, like on the foot-tapping "Roxxy." The chopped acoustic guitars and twisty oboe that kick off "Bedbugs" don't prepare you for the Dadaist vocals that follow. The more percussive “Man-size” turns PJ Harvey’s sexually charged rock into an electro come-on, while “Burning Buxx” is more of a song for stalkers. “A Little Bit of Time” goes heavier and harsher, but the last track, “Red Tape,” goes back towards simplicity. House music for people who want something a little -- no, a lot -- different.