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mutant roots pop pioneer one blue nine draws from a genre-busting palette of electronic, blues, hip-hop, dub, funk, and even country influences -- performing r
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Peak position #72
You can throw away a dream... but it always comes back to haunt you.
Peak in sub-genre #24
INSTRUMENTAL Worldbeat fusion instrumental with a rudeboy sensibility. From 1996.
Peak in sub-genre #32
INSTRUMENTAL This jazzy nova bossa nova mixes hip hop sass with street samba sway.
Peak in sub-genre #20
Sort of an electroclash thing, sorta. Sardonic lyrics, broken mic vox, and sappy synths. What more...?
Peak in sub-genre #13
INSTRUMENTAL Martian delta blues. Hard edged semi-instrumental.
Peak position #34
A song about distance -- and relativity.
Peak in sub-genre #8
INSTRUMENTAL A big black Citroen DS filled with Gauloise smoke with a two turntable set up in the back and a drunk showgirl passed out in your lap. It's all so everyday now...
Peak position #80
Started out as a goof, a rig test, but ended up as an homage to the cheezy raga-rock songs of the 60s. Solo improvised guitar with key-tabla overdubs (with selected sections from the guitar track dropped in backwards against the main track.
Peak in sub-genre #23
AKA 'Penthouse.' A lo fi dream pop meditation on class, identity, and dharma... you know, the usual.
Peak in sub-genre #15
A perfect day at the end of time. A lo-fi slow bump of a low-ride into the final glory of the last sunset. Squeeze your sweetheart and face The Light.
Peak in sub-genre #11
A fat and glossy new remix of a thumping house-meets acoustic punk workout... don't be fooled -- after the brand new a capella intro, this track heads straight for the 140's...
Peak in sub-genre #83
Dub mix of an unreleased version of Spit in the Ocean.
Peak in sub-genre #12
A late night drive through the purgatorial wasteland of the eternal broken heart... Re-re-mastered 2006-01-23. Won't I ever get this right?
Peak position #52
Ripped from last week's headlines... A true story of youthful passion gone awry... two young lovers caught in global events beyond their control.
Peak in sub-genre #20
10,000 years is not a day too long... This is the mixed up, kinda trip hop/kinda rootsy version.