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Romborama

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  • Audio CD (26 Oct. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: V2
  • ASIN: B002MHTGZY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 304,840 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Romborama (Feat. All Leather)
  2. Have Mercy On Us (Feat. Cecile)
  3. Storm
  4. Awesome (Feat. The Cool Kids)
  5. Cornelius
  6. It's Better a DJ On 2 Turntables
  7. Talkin' in My Sleep (Feat. Lisa Kekaula)
  8. 2nd Streets Have No Name (Feat. Beta Bow)
  9. Butter
  10. Warp 1.9 (Feat. Steve Aoki)
  11. FFA 1985

Disc: 2

  1. Theolonius (King Voodoo)
  2. Yeyo (Feat. Raw Man)
  3. Little Stars
  4. Warp 7.7 (Feat. Steve Aoki)
  5. Make Me Blank (Feat. J. Davey)
  6. House N. 84
  7. Mother
  8. I Love the Bloody Beetroots
  9. Anacletus
  10. Come La (Feat. Marracash)
  11. Little Stars (Instrumental)

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
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By The Wolf TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
Intelligent Italian Electronica from producer Bobby Rifo
and DJ Tommy Tea (ahem). 'Roborama' represents their album
debut together and contains truckloads of stuff to jiggle
around to and admire. This is music which works well on
both the body and the mind. The Bloody Beetroots (grin)
make it possible to dance and to think at the same time.
I don't want, however, to give the impression that the
music is over-cerebral. It isn't. It's exciting, vibrant,
visceral and hugely entertaining!
There are a generous twenty one tracks in the collection
and I didn't experience lapses of attention or interest
for a moment. The energy and invention are sustained from
top to tail.

The atmospheric slow-burning opening of title track
'Roborama' quickly gives way to the thunderous beats and
big brash haunted-house-of-horror synth chords of the
core material. The madness and mayhem is given human
form with the help of electro-thrash maniacs All Leather!

Things don't get any less rumbustious with the marvellous
'Storm'; a widescreen cinematic production of truly demonic
proportions. The sturm und drang is vividly realised with
a foundation-shaking rhythmic pulse which could quite
possibly make your fillings drop out if you play it too loud.

Crikey! There's so much good stuff here I could ramble
on for hours, so I'll give out a few pointers and hope that
you will be interested enough to immerse yourself in the rest.

'Awesome' lopes and struts in equal measure. The Cool Kids
contribute humour and urban credibility with their witty
rhymes and cocky swagger. The chainsaw synth intrusions
are, indeed, awesome!
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Format: Audio CD
Sounds like some kid on Casio keyboard.very disappointing. How did this get released? Don't waste your money.very poor. had hoped for something much better than this garbage.
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Format: Audio CD
I was so happy when this arrived because I had been collecting Bloody Beetroots tracks for a while. This album, which doesn't dissapoint with it's many, diverse tracks, Is a fantastic culmination of BB stuff! Only problem is, it doesn't include 'Dimmakmmunication'.
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