Carl Crack ‎– Black Ark

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1 If You Mess With Me!
Vocals – DJ T-Ina
4:15
2 Gangsta 4:22
3 KR-6200 3:09
4 Headcase 3:59
5 Tin Tin 6:26
6 Indaba 0:51
7 Fu Man Chu 3:43
8 What's Going On? 3:17
9 Khoi-San 1:28
10 Darling 3:05
11 Mein Geist Ist Dein Geist 2:41
12 Dogon 4:16
13 Sonnenfreunde 1:18
14 Herbstlaub 5:16
15 Shit 4:59
16 Times Like These 2:59
17 Fucking Day 3:09
18 Drunken Style 4:14
19 Plasma 2:27
20 Radio Tschernobyl 3:15
21 Durban Poison 4:11

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© 1998 Digital Hardcore Rec. ℗ 1998 Digital Hardcore Rec.
Made in the U.K.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 019148 616825
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): C9592 DHR LTD MCD 005 :   IFPI L122  NIMBUS  IFPI L122
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L122
  • Other (Mould SID Code): ifpi 2324
  • Other (At CD mould, mirrored): 1:0

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EYHOMP3013 Carl Crack Black Ark(21xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) Eat Your Heart Out EYHOMP3013 Germany 2008
DHR LTD 005 Carl Crack Black Ark(LP, Album, Ltd) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) DHR LTD 005 UK 1998 Sell This Version

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RanzaOne

RanzaOne

January 20, 2013

deep, paranoid, isolated, an "alice in cold concrete land" kind of record. it's brooding lo-fi intensity only matched by it's decaying beauty. brutal, honest & sparse.

lee perry on crack-cocaine. recommended.
kamikaze_deadboy

kamikaze_deadboy

February 14, 2010
edited over 5 years ago

Carl Crack's solo release is often a quite dark and personal release to listen to- i've heard some of the the music on this release been called dub, but the sound shifts from slowed-down sludgy industrial hip hop, brutal jungle cuts and music that sounds like incidental music for a horror movie, or a martial arts movie. My only complaint is the sound quality is really rough on each track which spoils most of the songs and depending on the mood, this can be a difficult release to listen to. But if are interested in what Carl sounded like outside of his usual energetic MCing on the ATR releases, you might want to give this a spin and be enlightened that it doesn't sound like your usual DHR record. 5/5
henshi

henshi

December 18, 2002

This shows a strong side of Carl Crack's deep personality and his alienation - very melancholic - There is no deeper lo-fi underground record until this day!!! We can't find words for this - this is just so soulful… Carl, thank you for this!