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Adamski's Thing

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Crítica do álbum

Adamski returned in 1998 with an album quite distinct from its predecessors, for several reasons. First, it's a true collaboration, with American house diva Gerideau, instead of the multiple vocalists on 1992's Naughty, and therefore lacks the somewhat scattered qualities of previous Adamski LPs. Second, Adamski's Thing reflects the producer's maturity (after raising his daughter), and is much closer to straight-ahead house (with a heavy Ibizan influence) than rave or hardcore. The singles "Intravenous Venus" and "One of the People" (with added vocals by his daughter) are quite solid, but overall Adamski's Thing sacrifices the energy of earlier Adamski recordings for a mainstream sound which leans uncomfortably close to blandness.

Biografia

Nascimento: 1968 em England

Género: Dança

Anos em actividade: '80s, '90s, '00s

Born in the late '60s, Adamski (born Adam Tinley) appeared to have reached the perfect age for recording twenty years later, square in the middle of Britain's acid house boom. In fact, he had made his chart debut a decade earlier with the adolescent punk band the Stupid Babies. (The group, which also included his five-year-old brother Dominic on vocals, hit number three on the indie charts with Baby Sitters and even recorded a radio session for John Peel.) Also a member of the post-punk hip-hop band...
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