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Album Review

Mail Order Justice is an album of close fusion breaks, usually clocking in at a midtempo pace but often relieved by a few drum & bass breakdowns. It's obvious that Simmonds and Gordon are excellent programmers and old studio hands, following up the beats closely with deep bass licks and atmospheric effects. Simmonds' own understated, half-spoken vocals don't exactly improve tracks like "Prophet & the Fool," but the production more than makes up for any lack of vocal prowess. Guests include Dagmar Krause and, on the title track, rapper Simon Anniky.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

Juryman is the trip-hop side project of Ian Simmonds, who has released material on Ninja Tune's Ntone offshoot, SSR, and his own ATL imprint. Formerly of pop house group the Sandals (who had a huge hit in the early '90s with "Feet"), Simmonds went solo after problems with the group's label forced them to break up (his label, ATL -- All That's Left -- is an ironic tribute to that sobering experience). Although his solo releases began appearing around the time of post-Mo'Wax bandwagon-jumping, Simmonds'...
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