Venetian SnaresHiggins Ultra Low Track Glue Funk Hits 1972-2006

Label:Planet Mu – ZIQ056CD
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Style:IDM, Breakcore, Experimental


1Dance Like You're Selling Nails
SaxophoneMark Kaminsky
VocalsJo Apps
2Banana Seat Girl4:01
3Fuck Off1:11
4Make Ronnie Rocket6:12
6Deadman DJ5:05
7Cobra Commander4:44
8Walmer Side5:04
9Dismantling Five Years6:19
10We Are Oceans6:28

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(P) 2002 Planet Mu Records Ltd.
(C) 2002 Planet Mu Records Ltd.
Made in England.

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  • Barcode: 600116805621
  • Matrix / Runout: Z1Q056CD A2Z MUSIC 26930
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD12
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 5Q15
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 5Q12

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  • Ingramme's avatar
    Edited 22 hours ago
    Cobra Commander actually ends at 4:39. Does anyone know what film the sample on Walmer Side is from?
    • noizstepper's avatar
      I am sure Aaron lost some "true" fans through the release of Glue Funk Hits due to it's "catchiness". You can absolutely say this one is working in "commercial" manner, though most of the tracks are danceable breakbeat tracks. Nor the less this one was indeed a step forward in his discography, making his genius easier to understand for bigger audiences.
      • scoundrel's avatar
        More chaos from Venetian Snares on HIGGINS ULTRA LOW TRACK GLUE FUNK HITS 1972-2006. Here, "Dance Like You're Selling Nails" takes some operatic vocals and puts them through the hardcore wringer before switching gears for a slightly cleaner sound break before bringing the vocals back. But the frenized chopped-up funk of "Banana Seat Girl" sounds completely unlike anything else he's done; "Make Ronnie Rocket" and "Cobra Commander" however, truck in the noise, which he has done; same with the blippy "Vokeheads." "Deadman DJ" has a hint of ragga and a Middle Eastern influence in its high-pitched melody, but don't expect anything to stick around except for the beats. "Walmer Side" has a mmore typical icy IDM-style melody going on, and "Dismantling Five Years" is surprisingly mellow, though "We Are Oceans" brings back the beats, more Squarepusher-like and less feedbacky at the start, though his trademark insanity crashes in by the end. A nice step forward, I think.
        • RagingWhoreMoans's avatar
          Love the album, the only thing that irks me is the fact that it says "1972-2006" when it was released in 2002. If it was a joke, it certainly flew past my head.
          • paulgewsmahn's avatar
            I have been searching for music similar to "Banana Seat Girl" for years without any luck besides maybe some free releases by The Gasman. If ANYONE knows of music with this kind of quick funk-slice breakbeat momentum or feel PLEASE COMMENT! I got so fed up I started trying to take a stab at it.
            • Edited 19 years ago
              Highlights for me are Dance... and We Are Oceans, which are respectively probably his most upbeat and beautiful works so far. The best marriage of classical and breakcore yet, excepting perhaps Squarepusher's Tundra 4. (Without meaning sound like a pretentious prick.)


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