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In The Jungle - Just-Ice - The Desolate One (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download In The Jungle - Just-Ice - The Desolate One (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1989
Label: Fresh Records - LPRE-82010 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious, Hardcore Hip-Hop, Ragga HipHop

The Wink 08 September Experience Hendrix Tribute 12 December Your browser does not support iframes. We use cookies to personalize and improve your experience on our site. Visit our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to learn more. September Archived from the original on 12 September Retrieved 10 October Rolling Stone. Official Charts Company. Hung Medien. Retrieved 19 December The Guardian. The Independent. Retrieved 9 May The Irish Times.

Mojo : Archived from the original on 4 July The Observer. Only one left. Call shop first. Pick up only. Brand New! Machines or Achim Reichel debut album is not just a classic kraut rock. Chronologically placed somewhere between early genre's works, this album is a strange, hypnotic and repetitive combination of guitar loops, unusual drumming and pop-elements. Heavily psychedelic, this work are more similar to some Brian Eno early works, but has nothing too much in common with many later classic kraut rock jazzy works.

A name change to A Bolha later, still loaded with verve and swagger, fueled by drugs, they recorded their first album, which has secured a permanent place as one of the best hard psych rock albums to ever emerge from South America. Released in by the Continental label, the reissue of this masterpiece of the Brazilian rock, the LP is a replica in a gatefold cover, and includes the infamous hard- rocking single as bonus tracks.

The sound quality is superb and is taken from the original master tapes. An exciting and long lost piece of the early Canadian music scene that has thankfully been restored and made available once again for all to hear and a new generation to discover. As one of the first US bands to create an American answer to the British Invasion, their songs were already written and a master plan already in the works when the Beatles started their meteoric rise in the US.

But like many of the first wave UK beat bands, The Abstracts were together only for a little more than two years and split when rock and roll moved into a direction that wasn't theirs. Though during this short period, with their storming and ingenuous beat, they recruited a huge following and accomplished a great deal. They were one of the first bands to utilize a light show and besides their sole 45, their legacy contains a cache of unreleased period recordings, some of them made for Columbia Records in Finally, over four decades later, this album collects the band's entire studio material alongside two excellent sounding live tracks.

An in-depth insert with a wealth of never-before-seen-photos traces the history of the band that brought "Abstractmania" to the New York area in the sixties. A refreshing approach with an eastern touch. Ken E. Originally released in on the Athena label, the album is now considered an obscure classic.

Here's a welcome new reissue in original artwork plus remastered sound, insert with liner notes, and gram vinyl. Starring guitar legend Danny Gatton on two tracks. A masterpiece of progressive rock as they fell some more into this style and added a mellotron. Moving in a more progressive rock direction it's possibly better than the bands debut, full of trippy guitar work and spaced psych effects. Convincing and innovative compositions.

This fourth vinyl edition after the successful releases of Malesh, 2nd, and Last comes from Made in Germany and is limited to numbered copies. Featuring live jams recorded in '73 and '74, this is a psych prog jewel from these Krautrock legends. Includes in depth liner notes. Heavy drums, Rhodes, analog keyboards, deep bass, hot horns, with Blaxploitation and Latin touches -- A Euro funk holy grail.

Includes the amazing "Impro-Vision" which sounds like electronic music, but using only natural instruments. Their sole album is very well made, mainly based on Hammond organ and other keyboards, with good instrumental parts and an outstanding B-side. A must-have for lovers of Italian prog! New vinyl reissue with the original artwork, label replicas and remastered sound.



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  1. Nikojinn Permalink
    A black & white 'hype' sticker attached to the front cover reads: 'Just-Ice The Desolate One (LPRE) KRS-One - BDP Productions Including: Na Touch Da Just Welfare Recipient Hijack Ram Dance Hall Session All New Raps Bigger, Doper, Deffer & Larger Than Ever Fresh Records'.
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  2. Shajinn Permalink
    The title track which opens the album, "The Desolate One" samples Earth Wind & Fire's "Can't Hide Love" (perhaps the only obvious sample on the album), and finds Just taking rivals to task lyrically. Just-Ice's baritone fits KRS-One's beat selection quite well, and the artist flexes his reggae influence on several songs, like "Na Touch Da Just 4/5(11).
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  3. Akilmaran Permalink
    16 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Just-Ice - The Desolate One at 4/5().
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  4. Yozshugis Permalink
    The title track which opens the album, "The Desolate One" samples Earth Wind & Fire's "Can't Hide Love" (perhaps the only obvious sample on the album), and finds Just taking rivals to task lyrically. Just-Ice's baritone fits KRS-One's beat selection quite well, and the artist flexes his reggae influence on several songs, like "Na Touch Da Just /5(10).
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  5. Brarn Permalink
    Just-Ice Fresh Fresh (label) Hip Hop (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new item on our payexchange.net: Fresh (Label).
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  6. Shakabar Permalink
    Just-Ice ‎– The Desolate One 1 in stock. Add to cart. Description Label: Fresh Records ‎– LPRE Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: Genre: Hip Hop. Related Products. Add to cart. Annabel (lee) ‎– The Cleansing $ Add to cart. 3rd Bass – The Cactus Album .
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  7. Kagaramar Permalink
    The Desolate One, an Album by Just-Ice. Released in on Fresh (catalog no. LPRE; Vinyl LP). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop. Featured peformers: DJ Doc (engineer), Just-Ice (aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text), KRS-One (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, composer), Icon Design N.Y.C (art direction), Howie Weinberg (mastering), Janette Beckman (photography).
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  8. Maugore Permalink
    The title track which opens the album, "The Desolate One" samples Earth Wind & Fire's "Can't Hide Love" (perhaps the only obvious sample on the album), and finds Just taking rivals to task lyrically. Just-Ice's baritone fits KRS-One's beat selection quite well, and the artist flexes his reggae influence on several songs, like "Na Touch Da Just /5(8).
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