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Invasion Of The Mysteron Killer Sounds – Presented In 3D – Dancehall Digital Dub

CD (Item 800914) Soul Jazz (UK), 1990s/2000s — Condition: Used
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Soul Jazz brilliantly bridges pioneering Jamaican digital dancehall to contemporary and future funk practitioners schooled in the style – the epic Invasion Of The Killer Mysteron Sounds compiled by The Bug and Stuart Baker! Mysteron Killer Sounds comes a with loose, comic book theme – "Alien Sound Lord Abductors" come to capture souls while the "Digital Defenders" have arrived to protect them – and it's fitting! The material here cherishes the hertiage of Jamaican and other points tropical dance music with sweaty, feverish rhythms – be they first wave Jamaican dancehall revolutionaries or next phase innovators. Fantastic material on Soul Jazz – work that will stand the test of time! CD 1 is compiled by Kevin Martin (The Bug) and includes "Streetsweeper" by Steely & Clevie, "Now Thing" by Lenky & Sly, "The Return" by Dave Kelly, "Suymmerbounce" by Annex Crew, "Yoga Riddim" by Team Shadatek, "Hummer Version" by Fira, "Diplo Rhythm" by Diplo, "Aktion Dub" by The Bug and more. CD 2 is compiled by Stuart Baker of Soul Jazz Records and includes "Clothes Pin Rhythm" by Fat Eyes, "Corners Boy" by Sly Dunbar and Christopher Birch, "Steel Plate" by Fat Eyes, "No False Hair" by Firehouse Crew, "Great Stone Version" by Prince Jazzbo, "What You Gonna Do" by Kickin' Productions, "In My Heart Version" by Wiz Kidz Team, "Peenie Peenie" by Jammys "Jam 2" James and more. 19 tracks in all.  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Comes with the cool bonus comic book!)

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