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Sap was originally released early 1992, half a year before Dirt came out. It features guest appearances by Ann Wilson (Heart), Mark Arm (Mudhoney) and Chris Cornell (Soundgarden). Jar Of Flies was released in January 1994 and is predominately acoustic.
An audiophile big band tour de force, another superb recording from STS.
Phallus Dei was the first album by German band Amon Düül II. The album was the result of the Amon Düül commune in Munich splitting. The album features layered guitars, abstract percussion, and chant-like vocals. It is often cited (alongside Can's Monster Movie) as the original Krautrock album.
Yeti contains some of AMON DÜÜL's most impressive work, delivering their thick, full-fledged, multi-layered sound with dense instrumentation and a certain epic vastness... in many ways not unlike the craftsmanship of early CAN. This is totally devoted to improvisation and in itself stands up as some of the most intriguing music you will ever hear.
Rarely has a piece of music made the listener feel so completely immersed in a new world, with all the strangeness, excitement and, occasionally, fear that entails. Once you begin listening to “ISAM,” anything written about it becomes redundant. A truly outstanding piece of work, it should establish once and for all Amon Tobin’s well-earned right to sit at the very top table of electronic music making.
Amon Tobin continued his adventures with the breakbeat on Out From Out Where, his fourth album. Darker, more complex, even more rhythmically driving and intense than ever before, this huge record cemented Tobin’s reputation as one of the most innovative and important names in dance music today.
Amon Tobin's third album release on Ninja Tune. The album is in some ways a departure from his previous releases as it manages to cover a wider variety of styles. The album has become Tobin's most commercially accessible release.
This is Amos at her most passionate and most comfortable. The album has a typically detailed and wide sound, dominated by dark, rich reds and hints of silver (“I want to make audio mescaline” Tori said). The mood is dark but charged, like a late night conversation (or confession) held over several bottles of wine.
The second solo album by singer-songwriter Tori Amos. Released in January 1994, the album enjoyed commercial success on the back of the hit single "Cornflake Girl", and made it to No.1 in the UK album charts. Time has shown that as a whole the album didn't need the boost of a best selling single to be considered one of her best.
An excellent compilation of Horace Andy material from the early 70s. Produced by Phil Pratt and only ever previously released in Jamaica. Comes with a free postcard.