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Hello Friends!


Download links and information about Hello Friends! by Jack Dangers. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:01:42 minutes.

Artist: Jack Dangers
Release date: 2001
Genre: Breakbeat , Electronica, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:01:42
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No. Title Length
1. Shave My Head (featuring Loop Finder General) 4:00
2. Tropical Soul / Tino's Beat (featuring Tino) 3:38
3. Christmas In Hawaii (featuring Tino) 2:48
4. Exercise for the Left Hand (featuring Tino) 2:43
5. Mambothon (featuring Tino) 7:02
6. Kick It Dub (featuring Tino) 4:08
7. Numbers (featuring Bo Square) 5:45
8. D.U.B. Dub 3:05
9. Toasted Dub (featuring Tino) 4:15
10. Elegant Dub (featuring Tino) 3:40
11. Ritmos Latinos (featuring Tino) 3:48
12. Structures (featuring Meat Beat Manifesto) 4:17
13. La Tino Beat 2:56
14. House of God (Dangers Mix) (featuring DHS (Dimensional Holofonic Sound)) 2:42
15. House of God (DHS Mix) (featuring DHS (Dimensional Holofonic Sound)) 6:55



Not quite a solo album from the Meat Beat Manifesto mainman, Hello Friends! is actually a mix set, with Dangers spinning through tracks from the Tino's Breaks series released by him with producer/video director Ben Stokes on their own Tino Corp. label. Hidden behind the alias of a reportedly reclusive Cuban percussionist named Tino, Dangers or Stokes (but usually not both) construct break records that range from excellent to solid. Give credit to both of them (and Mike Powell, who produced a few of these); the beats are strong and chunky as on the best Meat Beat Manifesto records, and though there's not much for them to drive other than a few vocal samples or excerpts from films (after all, that's basically what break records are), Dangers keeps the mix nice and friendly. The vocal samples each depend on the volume in the Tino's Breaks series (Mambo, Dub, Christmas) they came from, and the Cuban mystique gets translated into a lot of retread mambo references.