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    RedinhoRedinho

    Label:Numbers. – NMBRS28
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Funk / Soul
    Style:Funk

    Tracklist

    1Stinger
    2Jacuzzi
    3Playing With Fire
    4Dive
    5Searching
    6Shem
    7Bubbles
    8Sharp Shooter
    9Making Up The Rules
    FeaturingVula
    10With Or Without You
    11Get You Off My Mind
    12Suction Skit
    13Going Nowhere
    14Say I Want You
    15Stay Together
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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    Redinho (15×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)Numbers.NMBRS28UK2014
    New Submission
    Redinho (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Stereo)Numbers.NMBRS28UK2014
    New Submission
    Redinho (CDr, Album, Promo)Numbers.noneUS2014
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    Redinho (CD, Album)Beat Records, Numbers.BRNM28, NMBRS28Japan2014

    Reviews

    scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Redinho’s self-titled debut starts with the warm build and pads of “Stinger” (one of several melodic interludes that include “Dive” and “Say I Want You”) before the squat hip-hop-tinged funk of “Jacuzzi” takes over. “Sharp Shooter” brings out the electro, and the deep bass of “Playing With Fire” grounds a vocodered soul, while Brendan Reilly offers his unadulterated voice to “Get You Off My Mind.” Vula warms up “Making Up the Rules” with her honey-toned vocals, and Vanessa Haynes does the same for “Going Nowhere. But I think the instrumental tracks are where Redinho shines brighter: “Searching” brings some smooth breaks; the mellow tones of “Shem” offer a different mood; and “With or Without You” adds some joy in its bounce. The closer “Stay Together” brings these together: both the funky vocoder and warm textures with some suggestions of dubstep. Solid listening.
    cabeefLA's avatar
    cabeefLA
    One of the most sublime, inventive, and stunning electro-funk albums of the last several years - while the instrumental tracks are ace, the vocal cuts, including "Get You Off My Mind" (feat. Brendan Reilly) and "Going Nowhere" are amazing - I come back this album again and again - an expertly crafted soundscape - one of those "headphone" albums that warrants repeated listens. A+