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Under the radar but incredible album!

This album is great, not only a great deal but the tracks are all winners! Each track creates an ambience that occilates between jazzy, menacing, bright or forboding.

If you like Amon Tobin (if you don't what is wrong with you?) you will love this album. It shares much with Tobin's Splinter Cell Chaos Theory soundtrack. Listen to the track "El Cargo" on that album and then listen to a sample from this two fingers disc. The resemblalence is welcomed, as if doubleclick listened to Amon's tracks and said "I love it but let's make it easier to groove to".

Very groovy, very funky sample saturated tracks filled with hard and bass driven beats that will keep your head bobbing and your sub thumping.

I can't really compare this to the "lyrical" source album as I don't always like rap over my electronic music but I am sure this would still dazzle fans of rap and electronic music. Buy both if you really dig it, they are both a steal.

Amazing Rhythm

Please Release the Sweden Rhythm tune already I heard on Top Gear. I want that song but can't find it.


From first to last, this is one fierce album. Tobin collaborates? You do the math, bub.


Formed: 2007 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Two Fingers is the creation of Brazilian-born electro-jazz/breaks/jungle trailblazer Amon Tobin and U.K. drum'n'bass artist Doubleclick (Joe Chapman), together with several guest MCs whose contributions are integral to the project. The two producers, who first met when Tobin was living in Brighton, U.K., got together in Montreal in 2007 over a series of tracks that were partially an extension of their previous collaborations -- exemplified by the dense, pummeling 2003 track "Ownage" -- but in general...
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