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Bobby Hughes ExperienceFusa Riot

Label:Ultimate Dilemma – udrcd008
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CD, Album
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Future Jazz, Downtempo, Jazzdance

Tracklist

1The Piper Cherokee5:43
2My French Brother4:43
3B & S5:04
4Theme From Skidoo5:47
5Jomfrun4:31
6Ore Twentyfore5:08
7Sambartica6:29
8Fusa Riot6:34
9Upper Mansion Suite4:32
10Sahara 725:08
11The Krohn Session5:57
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 11875 00082 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 711875000827
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): UDRCD008 : MASTERED BY DOCDATA
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI LA31
  • Mould SID Code: none

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Fusa Riot (2×LP, Album)Ultimate Dilemmaudrlp008UK1999
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Fusa Riot (CD, Album)Creative VibesCVOS1019Australia1999
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Fusa Riot (2×LP, Promo)Ultimate Dilemmaudrlp008UK1999
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Fusa Riot (CD, Album, Promo)Ultimate Dilemma, Ultimate Dilemmaudrcd008, udrcdoo8UK1999

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  • unclefishbits's avatar
    unclefishbits
    It's starting to be really weird that an enigmatic Norwegian producer is possibly my favorite musician of all time. From Bobby Hughes Experience to Combination to Espen and Horne and now this stuff.... just what a vibe. Thank you Espen, if you're eyes ever cross this.
    • unclefishbits's avatar
      unclefishbits
      Anyone have a copy of the "No Title" precursor to this album? https://www.discogs.com/release/25082389-Bobby-Hughes-Experience-No-Title
      I would kill to hear some of those presumably lost tracks, unless they were retitled when recording.
      • scoundrel's avatar
        scoundrel
        Awesomely funky! I’ll never understand how a presumably white Norwegian dude absorbed so much American funk music, but there you have it. His songs are amazingly catchy and just a joy to listen to. “The Piper Cherokee” with its bass and flute combo gets your feet tapping in no time, while “My French Brother” goes for an organ and some breathy vocal samples. It’s equal combinations of lounge, funk and jazz, shaken up and served with an olive. “Theme from Skidoo” has horns-a-plenty, and “Sambartica” shows that Latin rhythms aren’t always limited to south of the border. There are some beautiful grooves on this album, so join the riot!

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