Dark Matter Moving At the Speed of Light
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Dark Matter Moving at the Speed of Light is just as all-encompassing as you'd expect, best illustrated by the difference between the two choices for cover versions. The first to appear is "Metal," originally a sleek, cold electro-pop song recorded by Gary Numan (who also happens to provide a new vocal). And then there's "Soul Makossa," originally a slinking proto-disco classic by Manu Dibango. Unfortunately, the covers themselves typify the in-one-ear-and-out-the-other, if spirited, sound of the record. From a production standpoint, a listener could be easily tricked into thinking that this is a funky breaks record out of the U.K. Thankfully, everything else reeks positively of Bambaataa, from the infectious and inclusive energy to the sci-fi spirituality. Still, this is an example of an innovator sounding only slightly better than his legions of lesser followers.
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When ever I want to kick up the mood at a party, home, or rollin. I slide this album into my player and turn it up to 10... Every track rocks.... Buy it! You'll love it!
Mighty Zulu Nation.
Another great one from the on of the Hip-Hop legends,,if you ain't diggin' it, Then you probably don't care for old school Hip-Hop. These are the roots where it all came from. A great CD.
I agree with both yo.d... and minimax...
Its Bambaataa and hes alright, but, as minimax would say, 'how could you like this' I do, its pretty good for a guy thats been retired for 4 years since that album. His 'retirment' album was Hydraulic Funk.
Nacido(a): 17 de abril de 1957 en New York, NY [The Bronx]
Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s