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BEATS INTERNATIONAL : ECHO CHAMBER [UK 1991] 12'


4 fotos BEATS INTERNATIONAL : ECHO CHAMBER [UK 1991] 12' (Música - Discos de Vinilo - Maxi Singles - Electrónica, Avantgarde y Experimental)

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    Beats International  "Echo Chamber"  maxi 12"

    (Go! Beat)  1991  made in UK

    cat. num. GODX 51

    #dub  #downtempo  #electronic  #norman cook

     

    AEcho Chamber5:58
    B1Daddy Freddy's Echo Chamber5:57
    B2Inch By Inch4:03

     

    After the 1988 demise of the superb British pop group the Housemartins, Brighton-born bassist Norman Cook returned to his first love, DJing, and became one of the English music scene's most successful remixers. In 1989 he launched a solo recording career with the single "Won't Talk About It," featuring the falsetto vocals of Billy Bragg; the record became a major dance hit, and after a follow-up, "For Spacious Lies," Cook formed Beats International, a loose confederation of studio musicians including vocalists Linda Layton and Lester Noel, rapper MC Wildski, and keyboardist Andy Boucher

    Beats International's 1990 debut single, "Dub Be Good to Me" -- a cover of the SOS Band's "Just Be Good to Me" incorporating the bass line of the Clash's "The Guns of Brixton" -- topped the UK charts, becoming an international club smash. After another hit, the soul/jazz/worldbeat cocktail "Burundi Blues," the group issued their sample-heavy debut LP Let Them Eat Bingo, which debuted in the Top 20 of the British charts. Although Cook had become even more highly sought-after as a remixer, teaming with artists ranging from Aztec Camera to the Jungle Brothers, he reconvened Beats International in 1991 for Excursion on the Version, an exploration of dub and reggae rhythms; when the album failed to repeat the success of its predecessor, Cook disbanded the group to focus on his new unit, Freak Power. [See Also: Fatboy Slim]


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