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1. Trihedron
2. Taki No Tabiji (Journey Of Time)
3. Sanity Requiem
4. Supreme Team
5. The Blackhole
6. Song For John Walker
7. D'you Hear That?
8. Alepheuo (Truthspeaking)
9. The Lost Voices
10. But The World Moves On
11. What About Tomorrow

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Our product to treat is a regular product. There is not the imitation. From Japan by the surface mail because is sent out, take it until arrival as 7-14 day. Thank you for you seeing it.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
DJ Krush's Anti-War Album 23 Nov. 2003
By Daniel C. Wilcock - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you are an electronica fan and have skeptical feelings towards the war in Iraq - or war in general, this is the album for you.
It sounds like the best-possible soundtrack to an ultra-apocalyptic video game.
When America went to war in Afghanistan, DJ Krush posted his feeling that the world is entering a dark period. This album, which hit the streets as America postured its way towards another war in Iraq, is his meditation on war and a world spun out of control.
Angelina Esarza evokes the atomic bombing of Japan, while Anticon call-out U.S. Defense Dept. Paul Wolfowitz by name followed with the line "what is it with all these men in their fifties, wanting to win the world over like there's no tomorrow."
As for the music, it too is dark with some spectacular beat-patterns. Krush has experimented with more mainstream hip-hop in the past. It seems that here he's concentrating on creating a work of art.
Krush's nonconformity is a refreshing thing, it has elevated his work above much of the electronica world
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The sound of fear and despair 8 Mar. 2003
By Takis Tz. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The soundtrack of a world filled with fear and despair is what "Message at the Depth" really is. Dj Krush comes back, this time with a concept album and an intimidating communique.
Very bombastic and certainly more effective than anything he's offered us before, Dj Krush elaborates on very complex and "big" beats without giving up on his mastery of blending ultra dark hip hop with other elements.
Particularly the first half of this album (without meaning that the rest lags) is nothing short of the most progressive music you've heard lately, especially if you're following the experimentations of the electronic scene and its protagonists.
A world that's increasingly becoming a huge clinic for paranoiacs, phobics and at the same time a place of dissidents whose voice and message gets lost in the alleys and pro-war fanatic screams deserves this soundscape.
While people look for the big names to deliver the goods (Massive Attack, for example)the goods happen to be here in this very album.
Easily one of the most important albums in a long time, great music, very creative "use" of vocalists, and stunning lyrics.
I think this is one that will be discovered slowly by many and appreciated for a long time. A gem.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Redefining the Hip in hip hop 11 July 2004
By GraceNoteX - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
1999's KI-OKU proved DJ Krush's musical sophistication had far more substance than the pack of acid jazz and chill out posers who were grabbing the cash and disappearing with the next flavor-of-the-month product.
"Message at the Depth" combines that musical inspiration with a burning message.
If you liked the jazz tinged tracks on KI-OKU, "The Lost Voices" (with Sly and Robbie doing a lot more than just getting name checked) and "But the World Moves On" satisfy the promise of that earlier work. "Trihedron" makes d'n'b sound as fresh as if it hadn't happened yet. The hard electronica elements on this CD give it a solid edge that holds up under repeat listens. Add articulate lyrics that aspire to inspire to something more than a party - "Alehevo(truthspeaking)" achieves that all too rare miracle of speaking hard truth without preaching - and you have a CD that holds up to repeat play like few recent releases are capable of.
Subtle, sophisticated, hard edged, powerful, and recommended.
DJ Shadow may get the press, but DJ Krush is creating a body of work that can outlast the fads.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
the king od dj's underground 28 Feb. 2004
By mikel castelruiz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
DJ KRUSH rules out in this wonderful compilation. The beats sinks the listener in a special and dark atmosphere. If you like Dj Shadow you will enjoy Krush.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
IRREGULAR, DARK BEATS AND MELODIES. 14 Feb. 2003
By "gingerblah" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
MORE EXPERIMENTAL AND ABSTRACT THAN PREVIOUS DJ KRUSH RELEASES. AT FIRST LISTEN I DIDN'T THINK THE CD WAS TOO FOCUSED AND WAS JUST A COLLECTION OF SONGS. BUT WHEN YOU LISTEN TO THE CD A FEW TIMES YOU START TO REALIZE THE THEME(S), WHICH I THINK HAVE TO DO WITH ANXIETY OVER THE STATE OF THE WORLD RIGHT NOW. IT IS ONLY FITTING THAT KRUSH CHOSE TO CONSTRUCT DARK AND MOODY BEATS FOR MOST OF THE CD. ONLY TOWARDS THE END DO YOU START TO HEAR REMNANTS OF HIS PAST MUSICAL OUTPUT STYLISTICALLY. HOWEVER THE THEME OF ANXIETY AND TRUTH REMAINS THROUGHOUT.
THE STANDOUT SONGS ARE SOCIAL/POLITICAL "SONG FOR JOHN WALKER" W/ANTICON, "ALEPHVO" W/ANGELINA ESPARZA, "TRIHEDRON" W/THE OPUS, AND "WHAT ABOUT TOMMOROW" W/ABIJAH.
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