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This mid-'90s debut from Manchester duo Lamb creates a captivating kind of fusion, layering Lou Rhodes' bluesy torch songs over producer Andy Barlow's sample-heavy cut-ups. While the shuffling breaks and brooding chords of "Gorecki" and the dark strings of "God Bless" will appeal to Portishead lovers, tracks like the murky, shape-shifting "Cottonwool" and the smoky "Closer", with its plucked bass and trilling saxophone, have more in common with the era's experimental fusions of jazz and drum 'n' bass than the languid pace of trip-hop.

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Amazing Debut Release

It is great to see the trip-hop (but we're not allowed to call them that, are we!) scene is a alive and well. With their debut album, Lamb have managed to craft a beautiful album. While it is not quite as together (there are still some rough edges) as other releases by groups like Portishead, Hooverphonic and Massive Attack, it is a brilliant album. The best track is Zero, an amazing song with nought but a duet accompaniment of basses! The best tracks are: Zero, Trans Fatty Acid, Gorecki, God Bless, Closer and Merge. Feela is good as well. I can't wait to get their latest albums!


Zero, truly beautiful

Still a classic

Discovered this Album randomly at Uni (I'm an old bu@@er!!) and it's still brilliant. Gorecki was the hit, and it's fantastic, but wait for the end of album bonus version of Cotton Wool. Magic.


Formed: 1994 in Manchester, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Mancunian downtempo and drum'n'bass duo Lamb earned notice as one of the first groups to add a lyrics-based vocalist to steadfastly jungle-based productions. Unlike other vocal-based groups (such as Everything But the Girl and the Sneaker Pimps) who dabbled in rolling breaks as a quiet accompaniment to a clearly dominant vocal lead, Lamb dwell in brash musical contrasts and, occasionally, contradictions that make their songs as musically complex and exploratory as they are vocally catchy. Formed...
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