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Afrika Bambaataa - Dark Matter Moving At the Speed of Light (2004)

17-07-2015, 15:19
Music | Hip-Hop | Electronic | Dance | Breakbeat

Afrika Bambaataa - Dark Matter Moving At the Speed of Light (2004)

Artist: Afrika Bambaataa
Title Of Album: Dark Matter Moving At the Speed of Light
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Tommy Boy
Genre: Broken Beat, Hip-Hop,Pop Rap,Pop,Dance Pop
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 18
Total Time: 01:13:05
Total Size: 186 MB

01. Afrika Bambaataa & King Kamonzi - Got That Vibe (04:11)
02. Afrika Bambaataa, Gary Numan & MC Chatterbox - Metal (04:57)
03. Afrika Bambaataa & King Kamonzi - Dark Matter (03:54)
04. Afrika Bambaataa - Take You Back (03:56)
05. Afrika Bambaataa - Soul Makossa (05:00)
06. Afrika Bambaataa & Mustafa Akbar - Just a Smoke (03:42)
07. Afrika Bambaataa & Alien Ness - 2137 (03:49)
08. Afrika Bambaataa & TC Izlam - Almighty Ra (05:13)
09. Afrika Bambaataa & Muriel Fowler - Touch & Go (05:38)
10. Afrika Bambaataa & Aghi Spirits - Shake 'N' Pop Roll (05:04)
11. Afrika Bambaataa - Ain't Takin' No Shhh (04:31)
12. Afrika Bambaataa - Pick Up On This (04:38)
13. Afrika Bambaataa - No Dope Fiends On the Floor (04:47)
14. Afrika Bambaataa - Electro Salsa (01:21)
15. Afrika Bambaataa - B More Shake (01:16)
16. Afrika Bambaataa - Meet Me At the Party (03:44)
17. Afrika Bambaataa & King Kamonzi - Sally (05:18)
18. Afrika Bambaataa - Zulu Chant No. 5 (01:57)

Dark Matter Moving at the Speed of Light is just as all-encompassing as you'd expect, best illustrated by the difference between the two choices for cover versions. The first to appear is "Metal," originally a sleek, cold electro-pop song recorded by Gary Numan (who also happens to provide a new vocal). And then there's "Soul Makossa," originally a slinking proto-disco classic by Manu Dibango. Unfortunately, the covers themselves typify the in-one-ear-and-out-the-other, if spirited, sound of the record. From a production standpoint, a listener could be easily tricked into thinking that this is a funky breaks record out of the U.K. Thankfully, everything else reeks positively of Bambaataa, from the infectious and inclusive energy to the sci-fi spirituality. Still, this is an example of an innovator sounding only slightly better than his legions of lesser followers. ~ Andy Kellman

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