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Talvin SinghAnokha (Soundz Of The Asian Underground)

Label:Quango Records – 314-524 341-2, Island Records – 314-524 341-2
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Drum n Bass, Jungle

Tracklist

1Talvin SinghJaan
FeaturingAmar
6:02
2State Of BengalFlight IC4087:21
3LelonekKizmet5:17
4Future Soundz Of IndiaShang High5:52
5State Of BengalChittagong Chill8:25
6A.R. RahmanMumbai Theme Tune5:15
7Talvin SinghDistant God
FeaturingLeone
6:18
8AmarHeavy Intro3:08
9Equal I*Equation6:00
10Osmani SoundzSpiritual Master Key5:14
11The Milky Bar KidAccepting Trankuility8:40
12Kingsuk BiswasK-Ascendant4:31
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Title appears on release as:
Talvin Singh Presents Anokha Soundz Of The Asian Underground

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 731452434128

Other Versions (5 of 13)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Anokha (Soundz Of The Asian Underground) (2×LP, Compilation)Mango, Omni Records (3)MLPSD 1120, 524-342-1UK1997
Talvin Singh Presents Anokha: Soundz Of The Asian Underground (CD, Compilation)Mango314 524 341-2Canada1997
New Submission
Talvin Singh Presents Anokha: Soundz Of The Asian Underground (Cassette, Compilation)Mango, Omni Records (3)5243414, 524 341-4Thailand1997
New Submission
Anokha (Soundz Of The Asian Underground) (CD, Compilation, Promo)Quango Records, Island RecordsPRCD 7480-2US1997
Anokha (Soundz Of The Asian Underground) (CD, Compilation)Mango, Omni Records (3)CIDM 1120, 524 341-2Europe1997

Reviews

treblebass77's profile picture
treblebass77
This album virtualy introduced me to drum n bass back in 1997. A truly breathtaking achievement in electronic music. The Indian influences on the music adds a whole new dimension to the tracks. I highly recommend this album to anyone interested in exploring electronic or Indian music.
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Mr.Jay
Edited 20 years ago
Go to India - every bloody music stall you come across is blaring out bootleg copies of this to appeal to the tie-dye massive! Don't let that put you off though, this is a quality compilation that showcases much of the talent to come from the Asian underground scene. Standout track has got to be Talvin Singh's 'Jaan' or State Of Bengal's 'Flight IC408'. Very, very nice.
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DeletedDiscogsUser
Edited 20 years ago
Extremely good CD as a whole. Nice when in romantic mood or just chilling out.