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4.0 out of 5 stars Bodes well for the album
A return to PMT/AWDF form after Juxtapose. This comes across as a combination of the less cluttered production from Juxtapose with the darker guitar-based moments from PMT/AWDF. The live track is very cool (reminds me of Lyrics of Fury, for some reason). The bootleg is a rarity, apparently and features Tricky rapping about his old record company. -- OJH
Published on 5 Jan 2001

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3.0 out of 5 stars Tricky - Mission Accomplished
From the first track out you can tell that this album holds closer to what we heard on Tricky's last album Juxtapose. The Title track Mission Accomplished is a remix/remake of the Mission Impossiable theme song. It has a very hard edge to and has Tricky's raspy vocals weaving all through out. The second song on this EP Crazy Claws is perhaps the best. Featuring Maddog...
Published on 31 Oct 2000


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4.0 out of 5 stars Bodes well for the album, 5 Jan 2001
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This review is from: Mission Accomplished (Audio CD)
A return to PMT/AWDF form after Juxtapose. This comes across as a combination of the less cluttered production from Juxtapose with the darker guitar-based moments from PMT/AWDF. The live track is very cool (reminds me of Lyrics of Fury, for some reason). The bootleg is a rarity, apparently and features Tricky rapping about his old record company. -- OJH
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tricky's Many Faces, 25 Nov 2000
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E. C. (Los Angeles, CA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Mission Accomplished (Audio CD)
When one listens to Tricky they must keep in mind that he is an ever-changing musician, he will not bury himself in one style of music. Instead, he is constantly finding new routes to take his music. For example, with his '95 release "Maxinquaye" he took listeners on a journey of bent and twisted keyboard effects with a dash of odd drum beats. With his next set of releases ("Pre-Millennium Tension", "Angels with Dirty Faces", and "Juxtapose") Tricky continued to change his music. "Pre-Millennioum Tension" was dark and scary, while "Angels with Dirty Faces" was pure anger and frustration. "Juxtapose" was a Tricky pop experimentation gone evil. The "Mission Accomplished" EP is energetic. Powerful, it is Tricky wearing another of his many faces. A new fask, if you will. Buy this CD if you're into creative ideas. If you're not a Tricky fan, check it out- you might enjoy it. However, if you are a Tricky fan- You Better Buy This!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Tricky - Mission Accomplished, 31 Oct 2000
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This review is from: Mission Accomplished (Audio CD)
From the first track out you can tell that this album holds closer to what we heard on Tricky's last album Juxtapose. The Title track Mission Accomplished is a remix/remake of the Mission Impossiable theme song. It has a very hard edge to and has Tricky's raspy vocals weaving all through out. The second song on this EP Crazy Claws is perhaps the best. Featuring Maddog with whom Tricky shared much of the light with on Juxtapose, the song flows extreammly well with the trade off between Tricky and Maddog. Tricky Vs. Lynx showcases Tricky's lyrical style over a typically disjointed Tricky beat. While the final song Divine Comedy is not a new track to die hard Tricky fans, seeing that it was released on bootleg vinal. The song on the EP is a trimed down version of the orginal. This new version while conveying the message of the song doesn't seem to convey the same amout of anger. All in all this is a CD worth buying particuarlly if you are a Tricky fan.
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