Download links and information about Musipal by Wagon Christ. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to New Age, Electronica, Industrial genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:02:58 minutes.
|Genre:||New Age, Electronica, Industrial|
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|7.||It Is Always Now, All of It Is Now||4:55|
|12.||Step To the Music||6:30|
Luke Vibert's first LP for the fellow hip-hop obsessives at Ninja Tune is a back-to-basics record, recycling a few of the same ideas (and, occasionally, samples) of his Wagon Christ classic Throbbing Pouch from 1994. And though it's difficult to knock the pioneering flavor of Throbbing Pouch, Musipal may be an even better record — despite the dozens of hilarious samples that open the album on "The Premise," it's definitely a more mature album, with clearer ideas and a better production framework for them. Though "Thick Stew" uses some very familiar — at least to Wagon Christ fans — syrupy, distorted basslines, it's arguably a better track than the Throbbing Pouch classic. Thankfully, there are only a few nods to the queasy-listening flavor of his wider-issue releases through Astralwerks, and plenty of only-for-the-smokers tracks like "Boney L" and "It Is Always Now, All of It Is Now." Throw in two drum'n'bass burners ("Natural Suction," "Perkission") and an interesting take on up-tempo live funk ("Receiver"), and listeners are left with a solid production LP that can't quite knock off a touchstone like Throbbing Pouch, Rovi