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Six Million Ways to Live

25 Aug 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 25 Aug 2011
  • Label: Sunday Best
  • Copyright: 2011 Sunday Best Recordings
  • Total Length: 44:15
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  • ASIN: B005LFXFVU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,716 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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By Amazonian on 23 Jan 2011
Format: MP3 Download
Problem is is a great song, as is Official Chemical & Six Million Ways to Live, but the standout track for me is Soldiers. The combination of the lyrics & the plaintiff sound of the horns is very seductive: it's an absolute stunner.
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By A Customer on 6 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
Dub Pistols are back with this their long awaited second album and it was well worth the wait!.The pistols are fusing dub and hip hop and pushing the boundaries once again,this time they hook up with Terry Hall from the Specials,Horace Andy from Massive Attack,Planet Asia and Sight beyond Light.Stand out tracks for me are 'Problem is','Six million ways to live' and 'World gone crazy' although my favourites change daily the more i listen .I cannot rate this album any higher,miss this at your peril,this is an absolutely mind blowing album! and no doubt the source of many massive future hits.The pistols are back and they mean buisiness.
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18 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mr. K. Gardiner on 23 Oct 2003
Format: Audio CD
So... you're here and you're reading these reviews; I guess you obviously have an interest in the Dub Pistols.
You've either heard a soundbite from this album, and want to check it out, or you're here - like me - 'cos you've heard/have got/enjoy the previous 'Pistols long-player "Point Blank" or some of the stuff from it.
So - enough of the obvious - what's it going to be then, eh?
...An overjoyed, ecstatic diatribe about the thumping, terrific tunes within "Six Million Ways To Live", or a dismally disappointed dialogue describing the let-down expectations after finally getting to hear the new effort? Well, the answer is - a little of both, if the truth be told.
In order to explain the disappointment, one has to briefly outline the expectation.
The musical dilettante who happens here and is perchance reading these words should know that I really do love the last album "Point Blank". So much so that it had permanent status in my CD-alarm clock for 6 months; each day I'd wake up to "...THESE are the thrillseekers - corrupt, and immoral..." as the deliriously deranged and frantically funky urban beats of "Cyclone" dragged me out of dreamland. The only problem was, I'd want to listen to all the album before finally getting up...!
So, with that in mind, it was with the greatest of anticipation that I awaited the "follow-up" album.
Now, stories abound - how true they are, I'm not sure - that "Six Million Ways To Live" has been ready for two years, and was due to be released just after 9/11, but was held back for reasons best understood by those involved.
OK, so the first decent track on the album is called "World Gone Crazy" and opens with lyrics of the kind: "submarine sinks/ Concorde falls from the sky/ the tallest building burns/ oh how the mothers they cry...
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 Nov 2001
Format: Audio CD
What a brilliant album,the Dub Pistols have returned stronger than ever.
I have been playing this one at high volume constantly.I love the Terry Hall song 'Problem is' and the incredibly funky 'Riptides'.I think anyone would love this album,a true breath of fresh air!
The pistols blow the Beastie boys/chemical brothers e.t.c out the water and raise the standards once more,buy it now and feel the future!
Mindblowing!!!!!.
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