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  • Vinyl (14 Mar. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Ninja Tune
  • ASIN: B004L6BGHK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 494,568 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Introfunktion
2. Toomorrow
3. Manalyze This!
4. Ain't He Heavy, He's My Brother
5. Accordian McShane
6. My Lonely Scene
7. Respectrum
8. Rennie Codgers
9. Oh, I'm Tired
10. Wake Up
11. Lazer Dick
12. Sentimental Hardcore
13. Chunkothy
14. Harmoney
15. Mr. Mukatsuku

Product Description

2 x Vinyl LP, Album
UK 2011

A3Manalyze This
A4Ain't He Heavy, He's My Brother
B1Accordian McShane
B2My Lonely Scene
B4Rennie Codgers
C1Oh, I'm Tired
C2Wake Up
C3Lazer Dick
D1Sentimental Hardcore
D4Mr Mukatsuku

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Mcshane on 8 April 2011
Format: Audio CD
Luke Vibert, aka Wagon Christ has delivered a clever, fun and well mixed/sampled album to delight fans and newbies alike. Introfunktion's start immediately puts you in a good mood; it continues with variations such as a more uptempo feel to Manalyse This! and My Lonely Scene but then chills back down to a laid back balaeric / hip hop groove tinged with the acid breaks and bleeps familiar to previous albums. If you get as far as no.14 Harmoney, you just sit back and bask in sonic brilliance. Musically, I sort of liked it on 1st listen. Having had it on the car cd for a week, I grew to love it and now it stays there, played every other day. What I've always enjoyed with Luke's music is his ability to inject it with a feelgood factor, humour, even wistfulness which maybe is a throwback to his more carefree upbringing in Cornwall.

All in all, my album of the year so far. I loved Sorry I Make You Lush, especially the immense 'Shadows' which was sampled from '007 and Counting' on the Diamonds are Forever Soundtrack. And that is where Wagon Christ stands apart from similar artists. His ability to seamlessly weave a vast amount of samples taken from other songs, films, spoken word and pretty much anything, into occasional music samples and his own creations make for quite a unique end product. If you were to cross Mr Scruff with Aphex Twin, you may be some way towards the sound of Wagon Christ but he is very much his own man. His tracks can deliver emotion; some of them I find happier than others and I don't think I can think of many electronic artists I could ever say that of.

I only wish he was more accessible live but his cd's are worth the wait. If you enjoy it, take an immensely fun journey back through his albums and realise his diversity from his own name Luke Vibert, Wagon Christ, Plug and Kerrier District. For anyone discovering Wagon Christ for the first time, this album isn't a bad start but also try his earlier release Sorry I Make You Lush (2004).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DaveW on 4 Aug. 2011
Format: Audio CD
I am a big fan of Wagon Christ's earlier work and would recommend that you get hold of "Tally Ho!", "Musipal" and "Sorry I Make You Lush" without hesitation. However, once you've done that you might begin to see why I am disappointed by "Toomorrow". In essence it is simply more of the same sound that made those earlier albums so great but there is too little variety and too much rehashing here to make "Toomorrow" worth the effort. Interestingly the final track ("Mr. Mukatsuku") is quite reminiscent of the classic "Shadows" but, again, that only serves to remind you that it is Luke Vibert's early work that is worth seeking out. I'm afraid I would place some of Luke's other recent work ("Rhythm" and "Chicago, Detroit, Redruth") in the same category as "Toomorrow": one or two good tracks and a lot of repetitively forgettable stuff. Shame.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
After 7 years! 5 April 2011
By Hunyadi - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Wagon Christ is probably, in my opinion, the most creative electronica artist out there. The 2004 Sorry I Make You Lush was a big step for Wagon Christ (aka Luke Vibert)and showed his true ability to create an album that was pure genius. Sure Luke Vibert has been busy with his own self-named project (Chicago, Detroit, and Redruth especially) and Kerrier District, but he still manages to keep producing great music. His music gives off a special vibe that is very relaxing yet thought-inducing at the same time. Wagon Christ's music is perfect for doing a focus task, such as drawing or reading. The harmonies and melodies that intertwine with the loops and sound effects and ocassional vocalized harmonies create a very distinct ambiance in his music. Do yourself a favor and buy this CD. Sorry I Make You Lush and Tally Ho! are the two essential albums I would accompany to this CD. Thank you.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Funky Delight 7 Oct. 2011
By Roy - Published on
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This album bleeds with a sense of self affirmation, and does it in an incredibly enjoyable fashion. I find that it has a very unique sound, one that I've had trouble finding in most other music that I listen to. Toomorrow is a collection of songs that does a great job at both experimentation an solidity, proving that they don't always have to be opposites. A funk melody is combined with archaic and street-smart samples to give this album a culture of it's own. It's well balanced, yet offers great depth and exploration. This album is a hidden gem in it's own right, and I can only hope that others find it as amusing as I do.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Luke Vibert is KING 4 Mar. 2013
By LASER FACE - Published on
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Every single album that Luke has released is a benchmark example of how electronic music should be explored and written
Necessary Listening 15 May 2014
By T. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I could recommend this album based solely off of the album artwork.

I'm not gonna act like someone who's studied up on Luke Vibert extensively, and there are people out there with a much larger range of knowledge of the subject, but I'll tell you what I know and what my thoughts were in relation to this artist. I'd listened to Vibert a few times beforehand, but it wasn't until "Shadows" popped up on my Pandora feed that I stopped everything and delved into his musical career as Wagon Christ. It was absolutely mind-blowing, and I still vividly remember the shivers "Saddic Gladdic" gave me when I first had it. Vibert is a genius. Before Wagon Christ, the only artist I had ever come across with his own distinct electronic sound was Aphex Twin - and it made me ecstatic to hear that these two had worked together before. You get a feel for Luke's style after enough listening because of its distinctness from most anything else out there.

This album in particular, his most recent, is fantastic: "Toomorrow", "Harmoney", "Mr. Mukatsuku" and "Wake Up" are among my favorite tracks. I read somewhere that Vibert is really more into hip-hop, which I think shows through fantastically in his electronic experimentation. It's all head-nodding goodness, and I can't recommend Wagon Christ any more. I've been obsessed with his work since I stumbled upon it, and I eagerly await his next album. 5/5. 10/10. A+.

As a side note, I've tried to find a poster of this awesome album artwork, but I've had no luck.
Great album 5 April 2014
By Matthew Lu - Published on
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Great ingenuity with drum breaks & sampling, would highly recommend, also packed in this album are dark synths and very creative drum patterns
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