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Tribalism [CD]

Enter Shikari Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 Feb 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: ATLANTIC
  • ASIN: B0035H3NOK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Tasty Leftovers 11 April 2010
Format:Audio CD
Enter Shikari are a cracking little band.
My enthusiasm for their albums 'Take To The Skies'
(2007) and 'Common Dreads' (2009) is undiminished.

'Tribalism' could have been a bit of a dog's dinner,
made up as it is of a mixture of remixes, live tracks
and a couple of new songs but somehow the boundless
energy of these young Hertforshire heavyweights binds
it all together into a coherent and resplendent whole.

Concert performances of 'Havoc', 'Labyrinth' and 'Hectic'
demonstrate that these lads can put it together on stage
just as well as they can in the studio. The recordings
capture the raw power of the experience with vivid intensity.
The live in Brixton take on 'Insomnia' is clearly a crowd-pleaser!
(Mr Reynolds roars like a man possessed by demons!)

Other highlights include the rumbustious Nero remix
of 'Juggernauts' which hurtles along at high speed
crushing anything foolish enough to get in its way
and The Quemists treatment of 'No Sleep Tonight'
which has a big, bad beat at its heart which needs to
be approached with caution (avoid it completely if there
are any symptoms of structural subsidence in your home!)

New song 'Tribalism' struts and staggers along magnificently.
The social commentary of its lyrics displays the kind of naive
anarchic charm which only the young can articulate with such
convincing vehemence. 'Thumper', too, spits out enough fire and
venom to shake their hometown of St Albans to its very roots!

Noisy, energetic and lots of fun 'Tribalism' is much
more than an afterthought. Long may the lions roar !

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great addition 29 Mar 2010
Format:Audio CD
Ok, so this is a B-sides/Live songs/Couple of new singles release, which can usually be dissapointing. This isn't. It is a great collection of songs, even if there are too many remixes of the same songs. There are 15 tracks in total:

1. "Tribalism"
One of the new songs. Really great song; entertaining and thought provoking lyrics as always. Upbeat but not too aggressive. Great electro ending - "We won't stay silent!"

2. "Thumper"
Another new song. Great build to this one, great riff. Rou sounds amazing on this

3. "All Eyes On The Saint"
A B-side from Juggernauts.
THIS SONG IS AMAZING - The first 2-3 minutes are fairly standard Shikari affair. It however becomes altogether their most progressive and epic offering yet. Their are choral and calm bits wrapped into an amazing rock song. The ending is just bliss, electro hard-core rock at its best. The song is about the Saint Alban (the band's hometown is named after him). One of the peaks of the song is the long 'British martyr' lyric from Rou. Anyway, check it out. I cannot tell how sick the last 1min 20secs are.

4. "We Can Breathe In Space (Radio Edit)"
An older single released before Common Dreads. Great song and epic video to boot.

5. "Insomnia (Live @ Brixton '07)"
Iconic Faithless track, which was performed in Enter Shikari's beginnning days frequently. Here it is an amazing take on the song - ES's take on a classic. Hardcore to say the least.

6. "Juggernauts (Nero Remix)"
The first and best remix. I love the original, and I'm not quite sure which one I prefer. This is just an awesome Drum and Bass remix, with a bit of light dub in there too. I dream of hearing this on a night out!

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5.0 out of 5 stars CD 9 Sep 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Bought for granddaughters 17th birthday. She should have some down time to relax after her "A" levels exams she spent so much time studying.
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4.0 out of 5 stars For all Shikari Tribes 12 Jan 2011
By Josh
Format:Audio CD
A recommended item for any Shikari fans. 2 released tracks on no other albums, 2 quality new songs, a brilliant cover version, a barrage of remixes and 3 live tracks. Similar to 'Take to the Skies' remix and demo track album 'The Zone', 'Tribalism' features a number of songs from 'Common Dreads' that have been remixed and performed live, with additional released tracks such as 'We Can Breathe In Space' and 'Thumper'. It keeps the same high-octane pumping action that all Enter Shikari fans love, with that sensual mix of alternate/harcore rock and trance/rave, and for some tracks this is mixed up with some extra drum 'n' bass and dub step for a much heavy impact.

A true essential for any Shikari fan.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tribalism NOISE! 5 April 2010
By Matthew Nicholls - Published on
Format:Audio CD
Enter Shikari starts off this album differently than previous albums.
It seems like they aren't trying to grab peoples attention with mindless rave tunes or blatantly shouting out some twisted gang vocals.
'Tribalism' track one is simple but still very catchy, could of easily been in Common Dreads. But it makes a good opening track for this compilation.
Next is 'Thumper'. Very interesting, it fails to show anything new from Enter Shikari. Still the same message comes across, civilization is doomed if we don't change.
'All Eyes On The Saint' is layers of dirty but still over produced tracks that give a cluttered song. Seems like there is little song structure.
'We Can Breathe In Space' is a worthy addition to this album but it was released years ago, so it's nothing new, just re-recorded and remixed for 2010 ears.
From here the album is a mix of live songs, remixes and songs that probably shouldn't have been released, or they should of been given out for free.
Starting off the remixes is 'Juggernauts [Nero Remix]'.
This remix is the stand out, lyrics are clean and the beats are as traditional as a club remix can get. It's five minutes of your life you may want back, the first minute of the song does seem to just repeat itself 4 times.
There's no lack of 'No Sleep Tonight' remixes, you have the pleasure of listening to four different types. The 'The Qemists remix' seems to change very little from the original song, with the exception of the two minutes in the middle of the song that speeds up at one point and then some random 4 bars of not related music is pushed into your ears then repeated.
So the other remixes are nothing amazing or new. The hardcore fan might be able to listen to them on repeat, like twice. But i don't think any of these remixes will replace spinning the original unaltered record.
The 'Live '09' tracks show a little glimpse of what you might get to experience at a show. I think it's really hard for bands to release 'live' tracks. For a band like Enter Shikari, it is no different. So much of there energy does come from the lights and smoke at a live show. It's a good try, but i think it's good these are at the end of the album not the start.
So in conclusion, the overall release should been seen as a Enter Shikari 'mix tape' with some golden bits and some tracks that just might not make the mp3 player. For the average fan, pick it up anyway to support the band. Let them know what you think, i'm sure they don't care.
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing CD! One of the best I've bought in a while! 25 Oct 2011
By Noah J. Farver - Published on
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is Enter Shakari at their best! Almost every song here is great. I have given it a lot of repeat listens, more than almost any CD I've bought in the last 6 months. The songs are dynamic, powerfull, intimate, progressive, and unique, also some good messages although I don't like the ones that might be referring to Christianity but there's nothing wrong with keeping people in check!
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