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Album Review

Of the countless abstract hip-hop LPs released during 1996-1997 (with Ninja Tune bearing much of the load), U.S.S.R. Repertoire could be one of the best. DJ Vadim's attention to detail when structuring beats, samples and noise is impeccable over the course of the album's 26 tracks. With just the right blend of forbidding atmosphere and subtle funkiness, Vadim created an excellent album his first time out.


Born: Russia

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hip-hop's influence spread far and wide during the '80s, as witnessed by the growth of the international scene during the following decade. Standing beside brilliant DJs from Japan (Krush) and France (Cam), Russia's DJ Vadim has proved to be the most popular advocate of hip-hop to come out of the former Soviet bloc, triggered mostly by the fact that he moved to Britain early in life. Upon arrival, he set up his own Jazz Fudge Records to issue a demo he called Derelicts of Conformity (by Son of Seth)....
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