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Thievery Corporation - Outernational Sound

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Thievery Corporation
Outernational Sound

Label
Erstveröffentlichung 01.07.2004
Format CD
Lieferzeit 1 – 8 Werktage
Preis 10,75 € (inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand)
Rezension

Die Crossover-Künstler Garza und Hilton veröffentlichen auf dem eigenen Eighteen Street Lounge Label einmal mehr ein Mix-Album. Nahtlos gestrickt gehen da lässige Kaffeehaus-Faulenzereien mit federnden Bossa-Beats Verbindungen ein, ebenso mischt sich Reggae und Dub mit Jazz und Funk. Das Talent sich aus vielen Welten das Beste heraus zu suchen zeichnet das Duo aus. Ein paar Namen: Thunderball, Beatfanatic, Breakestra, Delroy Wilson, Bobby Hughes Experience und Boozoo Bajou, die sie hier exklusiv geremixed haben. (ICC)

Review

"First off, The Outernational Sound is proof that Thievery Corporation are cool, know their stuff, and have great taste. The tracks theyþve selected for this mix are more organic than expected, filled with sitars, sambas, and analog dubs with very little youþd think was electronica. Hipsters call this slapping of old jazz, reggae, and R&B records on the turntable "rare groove," and youþve got to do a lot of homework to not come off as a charlatan. The duo never come off as anything but smart lovers of groovy music, the quirkier the better. The problem is that the mix isnþt seamless and some of the transitions are downright jarring. The Corpþs own "Richest Man in Babylon" is a tripped-out highlight — a high compliment considering it keeps company with killers from Boozoo Bajou and Beatfanatic — but Delroy Wilsonþs excellent "Better Must Come" just stumbles out of it. Tracks mix better during the albumþs softer beginning, but as a whole this sounds more like a cool radio station than someone trying to tell a story with two turntables. Dig it for the great tunes, not the flow." (All Music Guide)

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