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So far, this is all I've been able to find...
hope it helps!
1. The Letter From Home #1 1:12 2. Fixed Income 4:50 3. Un Autre Introduction :48 4. Walkie Talkie 2:27 5. The Letter From Home #2 :52 6. Giving Up The Ghost 6:31 7. The 6 Day War 5:01 8. Mongrel 2:22 9. Meets His Maker 3:00 10. Right Thing / G D M F S O B 4:21 11. Monosylabik 6:47 12. The Letter From Home #3 :20 13. ????? 2:49 14. Mashin' On The Motorway 3:00 15. Blood On The Motorway 9:12 16. You Can't Go Home Again 7:04 17. The Letter From Home :54 18. Shadow, Chemist, Numark playing live
On Mon, 11 Mar 2002 04:38:06 "Harry Marquez" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Can anyone give me a tracklisting for the new DJ Shadow? I'd like to be > know the names of what I'm listening to. > > My friend described the new album this way: "The way it sounds, it could > easily have been released on Mo'Wax, Ninja Tune, or Warp Records." And upon > listening, that sounds about right. Still very lush with top notch drum > programming. And the man knows how to make things groove. And there are > some very cool moments where it sounds like electro and house. > > The track where he phrases together, "I'm a bad muthaphukin' DJ/ this is why > I walk and talk this way" is dope. > > I don't know how I feel about the little interludes (I guess that's what > they are) where he plays records of different people reading letters to > their loved ones. > > The verdict is still out, but so far, so good. Very good actually. > > Peace, > Ha > > N.P.: > The Avalanches - Breezeblock live mix > Glenn Lewis - World Outside My Window > Deeptape - EP > The Wiseguys - Ladies Say "Ow!" > Various/Mo'Wax - Do Androids Dream of Electric Beats? > > _________________________________________________________________ > Chat with friends online, try MSN Messenger: http://messenger.msn.com > >
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