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You Don't Know - Ninja Cuts

9 Mar 2008 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 9 Mar 2008
  • Label: Ninja Tune
  • Copyright: 2008 Ninja Tune
  • Total Length: 3:48:40
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  • ASIN: B001NNAYNQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A on 8 May 2008
Format: Audio CD
The first two reviews are very thorough so I try not to repeat. Rarely write reviews but this has to be one of the best compilations I have heard in many years. As mentioned previously, the unique feature is the mix of releases from the relatively recent past (vs v old) and forthcoming releases. Amazingly varied tracks with the overwhelming majority of great quality. I admit I'm a Ninja record label fan but even if youre not into so called "underground stuff" I thoroughly recommend this to anyone with even a mild interest listening to stuff from outside the charts! You wont be disappointed. Would make a great surprise present for someone who's into their music.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By experimusicdotcom on 14 Mar 2008
Format: Audio CD
The dropping of a multi-CD compilation by Ninja Tune or Big Dada is big news. So many of their previous compilation albums have become revered classics that music lovers go back to time and time again. Who can forget releases like `Zen Cuts' (possibly one of the greatest compilations released), `Funkungfusion' and the more recent `Well Deep: 10Yrs of Big Dada'. The classic status of these releases is not purely gained by the quality and eccentricity of the artists on the label's rosters, but thanks to the rarities and remixes that adorn these compilations.

Blowing all previous notions of your typical compilation album out of the window and surpassing even their own high standards, Ninja Tune has served up this fantastic 49track 3CD compilation. Acting as a barometer to the state of alternative off-kilter music in 2008, the compilation serves as a signpost of where the label has come from and where it's heading. Spanning across the three labels, Ninja Tune, Big Dada and Counter Records, this compilation has something for anyone interested in interesting music, be it hip-hop, psychadelic rock, cut'n'paste, drum'n'bass, dancehall, electronica or just plain sonic weirdness. Famous names like Roots Manuva, Coldcut, Amon Tobin, RJD2 and Mr Scruff rub shoulders with (currently) lesser known names such as The Long Lost, Ghislain Poirier, Max & Harvey, Loka and John Matthias in a compilation that will have you constantly reaching for the tracklisting.

There are surprises lurking around each corner from the kaleidoscopic psyche-rock of Pop Levi to the explicit porncore laced electronica of Spank Rock to the twisted neo-funk to The Heavy. Like hip-hop?
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By experimusicdotcom on 22 Feb 2008
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The dropping of a multi-CD compilation by Ninja Tune or Big Dada is big news. So many of their previous compilation albums have become revered classics that music lovers go back to time and time again. Who can forget releases like `Zen Cuts' (possibly one of the greatest compilations released), `Funkungfusion' and the more recent `Well Deep: 10Yrs of Big Dada'. The classic status of these releases is not purely gained by the quality and eccentricity of the artists on the label's rosters, but thanks to the rarities and remixes that adorn these compilations.

Blowing all previous notions of your typical compilation album out of the window and surpassing even their own high standards, Ninja Tune has served up this fantastic 49track 3CD compilation. Acting as a barometer to the state of alternative off-kilter music in 2008, the compilation serves as a signpost of where the label has come from and where it's heading. Spanning across the three labels, Ninja Tune, Big Dada and Counter Records, this compilation has something for anyone interested in interesting music, be it hip-hop, psychadelic rock, cut'n'paste, drum'n'bass, dancehall, electronica or just plain sonic weirdness. Famous names like Roots Manuva, Coldcut, Amon Tobin, RJD2 and Mr Scruff rub shoulders with (currently) lesser known names such as The Long Lost, Ghislain Poirier, Max & Harvey, Loka and John Matthias in a compilation that will have you constantly reaching for the tracklisting.

There are surprises lurking around each corner from the kaleidoscopic psyche-rock of Pop Levi to the explicit porncore laced electronica of Spank Rock to the twisted neo-funk to The Heavy. Like hip-hop?
Read more ›
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Listen, I love Ninja tunes so it may sound weird to think that I slagged them off, but, in my world of original music and deep underground appreciation I was nothing short of pissed when I got this. Why? Let me break it down....

1) IT HAS A MIXTURE OF TRACKS THAT DOES NOT WORK TOGETHER
2) IT HAS TOO MUCH GRIMEY CRAP ON THERE
3) IT HAS FORGOTTEN WHAT BEING TRUE IS
4) I ACTUALLY HAD TO TAKE IT BACK AS IT WASN'T WHAT I AM USED TO

If I wanted to listen to aggressive s***e I would get crunked and wack on Dizzy Rascal or Tiny Tempah. I don't roll like that though. I like to think that my pallet is one of sophistication and smart sounds. This has sold out to the commercial groups of bellends that like to act hard and then to make matters worse, they throw in Classics like the cinematic orchestra. Hardly a sublime collection or journey for me to kick back with. I love some artists and I understand that music moves on, but, never the less I know my music and for me it just got on my wick.

Sorry for those fresh young kids out there that love their dubstep and grime but it was far too hard and tough for my liking. Less emotion and more throw away aggression.

If you love the old Ninja style and labels like Warp, Tru Thoughts, Mo Wax, IK7, Wall of sound or any other originallabel. This should be called MO WACK! Sorry guys!
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