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Customer Reviews

22nd Century Pop

My fave music is stuff that pushes pop into the future, like Gnarls Barkley, Chemical Bros., Timbaland ... and now I'm adding Shinjuku Zulu (and K.I.A., his other band name,) to that list. Brilliant and fun, especially Make Me Shake, Dirty Liar and Shanghai Masai. (But also haunting and beautiful, like on songs like Rainbowbeau and Coal Coal Black.) Like Demon Days and St. Elsewhere and The Good The Bad and the Queen the more you listen to it the more you like it. Essential.

Mash-ups for the masses

heard the track "Shanghai Masai" cuz it was a semi-finalist in the UK Songwriting Competition. best songs: the grime-pop-rap-tronica "Make Me Shake", the electro-cheerleader-dancehall "Da Riddim Griffin", and on the downtempo tip, the chill-traditional "Scarborough Fair" and the 1920s-dub "Coal Coal Black". this CD has like 12 rappers & singers, 19 songs. and about a 1000s styles. mashup for the masses, and massive.

Hippoptronic

Shuffle, bubble, jack, boogaloo and krump! (SHANGHAI MASAI). Disco in San Francisco, Do Le Rock in Bangkok! (DA RIDDIM GRIFFIN). Make me shiver, make me shake, go bangin'! (MAKE ME SHAKE). Here come the future, hot like da sun, Here come the future, cool like silicon! (WE DO SUPERSONIC). The lyrics say it all. Great, great CD.

Biography

Born: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

K.I.A., also known as Shinjuku Zulu, never takes a straightforward approach — not with his worldly music nor with the convoluted presentation of it. The Canadian producer, born Kirby Andersen, began in Calgary, where he graduated in 1988 from the city's university with a degree in English literature. From there he followed his urge to travel and moved to Tokyo, where he found substatial inspiration in Japanese culture and its wonderful ironies — ancient temples amid a forward-looking...
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Various Chimeras, Shinjuku Zulu
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Dance
  • Released: 01 May 2006

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