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Fabriclive 26: The Herbaliser
 
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Fabriclive 26: The Herbaliser

13 Feb. 2006 | Format: MP3

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Phat is the only word that really does justice to this, which I stumbled on at a time when I was ready to be initiated into hip hop further than just caning a couple of Roots Manuva tracks once in a while. There's some old stuff (Coldcut), some very old stuff (James Brown and the late Jacko) and some fresh (for 2006) cuts as well, but it all rocks a floor. This is a 67-minute blast of lyrical dexterity, sexual breaks and vinyl artefacts which will ignite any house party. The ultimate drunken singalong, Booty La La, is the perfect ending. The best advert for hip hop in years.
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This was the first fabriclive album I brought and what a find.

Write from the go this album gets you moving with the lively Dogz N Sledgez and from there it doesn't stop.

The mix showcases a large variety of artists both new (breakesrta, RJd2) and old (jackson five, james brown) and includes some tracks including the exceptional ghostwriter/groundzero mix which turns an all ready stomping party tune (ghostwriter) into just over 3 and half minutes of unbridaled joy.

This is the ultimate pre-club warm up/houseparty album, it will get even the most self conscious to get up and dance. I challenge anyone to listen to this album without feeling the urge to get involved.
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I gotta be honest with ya, I ain't the biggest fan of hip hop. I enjoy the gangster rap of the 80s and 90s, i like public enemy/beastieboys/run dmc etc
but this mix showcases some old and new tunes...and it's LOUD.
The kinda soundtrack thats perfect for putting on when yer having a party...
there's some new tracks, some classic james brown and even a fine interesting mix with the white stripes...
some of the fabric series cds are very mellow....this is NOT one of them...this is live and loud in your living room...ideal for playing if you wanna get hyped for when ya go out...
the more i hear it, the more i like it
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I've liked the Herbaliser for a while now, but this was the first cd I've bought by them since Remedies, and it was a bit of a shock to the system. I was expecting more of the same classic Ninja Tunes samples, big beats and scratches, but this is in your face British Hip Hop at its best, with plenty of funk, soul and rap mixed in. Highlights for me are Alphabet Man, Glimity Glamity and Spin It Round by the Nextmen. As the other reviewer says, it's music to put on when you're getting ready to go out, and i love it.
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