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    Razor X ProductionsKilling Sound

    Label:Rephlex – CAT 159 CD
    Format:
    2 x CD
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Reggae
    Style:Breakcore, Dancehall

    Tracklist

    1-01Killer
    VocalsHe-man
    3:37
    1-02WWW
    VocalsThe Mexican (2)
    4:01
    1-03Slew Dem
    VocalsWayne Lonesome
    3:48
    1-04Child Molester
    VocalsThe Mexican (2)
    4:23
    1-05Boom Boom Claat
    VocalsCutty Ranks
    4:09
    1-06Imitator
    VocalsDaddy Freddy
    4:34
    1-07War Start
    VocalsBongo Chilli
    4:04
    1-08Yard Man
    VocalsEl Feco
    4:23
    1-09I Don't Know
    VocalsTony Tuff
    3:48
    1-10Killer Queen
    VocalsWarrior Queen
    3:50
    Versions
    2-01Kill Version3:43
    2-02W Version4:04
    2-03Slew Version3:56
    2-04Child Version4:14
    2-05Boom Version4:13
    2-06Imitate Version4:33
    2-07Problem Version3:28
    2-08Start Version3:55
    2-09Yard Version4:27
    2-10Don't Version3:58
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    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 6 66908 01592 0
    • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): BP-26491 CD1 CAT159CD
    • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI LW35
    • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): ifpi RP107
    • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): BP-26492 CD2 CAT159CD
    • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI LW35
    • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): ifpi RP107

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Killing Sound (2×12")RephlexCAT 159 LPUK2006

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    scoundrel
    More rough dancehall from The Bug, this time under the name of his collective Razor X Productions. "Killer," the best track off his album PRESSURE, reappears here in several forms, particularly its rough, menacing original (Warrior Queen provides a cleaner version with "Killer Queen," approaching the same material with vastly different results). Mostly, though, the distortion comes hard and vicious, the harshness drilling in loud and clear. On "Slew Dem," it becomes difficult to determine what's a vocal growl and what's been proceeded to its last legs. "Child Molester" slows things down to a relative crawl, though the lyrics keep things unsettling, to say the least. The MCs hardly go lower than a shout, and sometimes, like on "Boom Boom Claat," they go for a full-throated yell. The vocals almost disappear under the noise of "I Don't Know" or the rhythmic frenzy of "War Start." For those who prefer no vocals, this album also provides a second disc of instrumentals. "Killer" loses some of its menace, but "Child" becomes like a death march and "Boom" is all echoing sirens. "Problem" is like a merry-go-round, while "Yard" suddenly becomes a call to jungle chaos. Excellent stuff, but I still prefer PRESSURE.