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  • Audio CD (3. Mai 1999)
  • Erscheinungsdatum: 3. Mai 1999
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Geffen (Universal Music)
  • ASIN: B00000C2BV
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Titelverzeichnis

Disk: 1

  1. Pandemonium
  2. Synchronic Disjecta
  3. Object Unknown
  4. It's Nice Not To Lose Your Mind
  5. Dialectical Transformation I (A Parallax View)
  6. Post-Human Sophistry
  7. Quilombo Ex Optico
  8. Rekonstruction
  9. Scientifik
  10. A Conversation
  11. Peace In Zaire
  12. Dialectical Transformation II (Du Nouveau Monde)
  13. Degree Zero
  14. Roman Planetaire
  15. Bass Digitalis
  16. Polyphony Of One
  17. Riddim Warfare
  18. The Nerd
  19. Dialectical Transformation III (Soylent Garden)
  20. Theme Of The Drunken Sailor
  21. Twilight Fugue

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CD lightly scratched - .Label: Outpost.Published: 1998

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Paul D. Miller alias DJ Spooky ist ein Musiker, Schriftsteller und Konzeptkünstler aus New York. Spooky bereitet einer neuen Definition von Environmental-Musik den Weg, indem er Schallmessungen rekonstruiert und so den Sound einer futuristischen Metropole erzeugt.

Der kontextuelle Agitator und künstlerische Rebell Miller vereint Rap und zeitgenössische Electronic-Klänge. Phantasievoll vermengt er große Brocken von Hip-Hop sowie überirdisch schöne Jazz und Reggae-Beats mit Ambient-Klanglandschaften. Er flechtet Drum-Programme und gelegentliche Spoken-Word-Zwischenspiele ein und erhält Unterstützung von einigen talentierten Musikern. Riddim Warfare, bei dem Thurston Moore von Sonic Youth und der Trompeter Ben Neill ebenso mitarbeiteten wie die Rapper Kool Keith und Killah Priest, ist Millers bisher ehrgeizigstes Projekt. DJ Spooky, der sich hier auch als fähiger Bassist und Studiomaster erweist, macht Musik für das nächste Millennium. --Mitch Myers

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Während Paul Miller aka spooky auf aktuellen VÖ's zahmer klingt und wohl gezwungen ist, von seiner Musik auch einen Lebensunterhalt zu bestreiten, bietet er auf seinen ersten Platten Turntablism, Hip Hop und Breakbeat der fiesesten Sorte.
Da knallen die Beats und rollen die Bässe, garniert mit vielen Scratches, Delay und Gast MC's, , dass es nur so kracht!
Das ist Klangkultur, die helle Freude bereitet!
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Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid präsentiert uns mit seinem Album "Riddim Warfare" die Zerstörung und Neuschaffung einer Musik und urbanen Philosophie die keine Grenzen kennen will. Auf 21 Tracks bastelt der Spooky dabei Klangcollagen, die zwar unter dem Begriff "Illbient" zusammenzufassen sind, aber keinen echten Stil darstellen sollen. "Geistiges Nomadentum" nannte es Spooky einmal in einem Interview, man muß aufhören sich an etwas festes zu halten und in diesem Sinne verfährt Herr Miller auch in seiner Musik, wilde Soundcollagen werden geboten auf "Riddim Warfare", die für kurze Momente sowas wie einen roten Faden erkennen lassen, ihn aber, sobald man sich gewöhnt hat, abreißen und in ein anderes Klanguniversum neu aufnehmen. Andererseits hören sich die einzelnen Songs oft gar nicht so experimentell an wie man es vom "Illbient" gewohnt ist. Besonders dort wo Rapper wie zum Beispiel Sir Menelik, Kool Keith, Organized Konfusion oder aber Killah Priest ihre düsteren, visionären Rhymes kicken, wird auf die plötzlichen völlig unerwarteten Klangabbrüche, typisch für den Illbient, verzichtet. Stattdessen werden durchgehende Beats, manchmal ein wenig verschleppt, dann aber auch ziemlich heftig treibend, geboten und mit einem Gebilde aus abstrakten Sounds, verzerrten Gitarrenklängen, Ambient- Flächen und Scratches und Cuts überlagert zu einer komplexen Klangkonstruktion. Neben den erwähnten Rappern hat Paul D. Miller aber auch Ben Neil, die Sängerinnen Grisha Coleman und Mariko Mori und andere Musiker ins Studio eingeladen, die dem Album seine Vielfältigkeit geben.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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1.0 von 5 Sternen I don't get what people see in this???????? 24. Juni 2010
Von Grant T. Bennett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
I don't get why people like this music, I only got the album because it was .25 cents. I thought I would give it a try, but it's just not for me, I don't even know how you can call some of the tracks on this album "music," I would just call it sounds. The only track that I liked was "It's nice not to lose your mind" but the track is phased from one side of the speakers to the others so you can't even hear the beat so it sounded terrible. I don't mean to be close minded or sound like I am hating on this album but this is just my honest reaction to it. But, by all means if you are a person who enjoys this album, more power to you. Just not for me.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Little Experimentalism.....(Can go a long Way!!!!) 20. Oktober 2005
Von fetish_2000 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Dj Spooky is someone that has had a hand in a multitude of aspects of Hip-Hop/Electronic music. He's a Turntablist, arranger, Producer & musician. And he invariably has a very diverse selection of musical influences (spanning a great many genres, everything from Classical, Jazz, Soul, Funk, Rock, Techno, etc...), which invariably influence the creation of his music. What this means is that because he is (in theory) an experimentlist with his music, most listeners will find that there is very little continuity in his albums, with some albums sometimes displaying massive leaps in accessibility, sound, moody and even genre. And you find that what attracted you to a particular album/release of his, may not be applicable for the next.

"Riddim Warfare" is arguably an album, that although primarily a 'Beat - Orientated' album, that is a very diverse album, its an album that See's Spooky cast his net further afield and includes a disparate collection of figures from the Hip-Hop, Indie, Rap worlds (everyone from, Rappers "Killah Priest", "Kool Keith", "Organised Konfusion", Sonic Youths - "Thurston Moore", Rock Experimentalist "Arto Lindsay" and shoehorns them all into an album that takes the concept of being primarily beat-driven, and touches upon: Electronica, Breakbeat, Dub, Trip-Hop, Drum 'n' Bass, Techno, Hip-Hop, Illbient & Experimental and electronic avant-garde.

Its an album that skips rather erratically from genre to genre, without much consideration from what went before, and tracks are sometimes interspersed and broken up with dialogue ranging from stream-of-consciousness thoughts and observations. Which although separating tracks nicely, will irritate some listeners, but others (such as myself) will be familiar with Spooky's trait for adding intellectual (pretentious??) statements in his music. And although the album is more a musical kaleidoscopic of experiments that generally do lean towards a more speedy fusion of manic sounds and fiery breakbeats, there is a decidedly futuristic / Avant-garde approach, with some tracks actually revelling in sublime downtempo trip-hop, and elements of illibent, where atmospheric pastiches of ambient noise, Dub, Jazz and eerily unpredictable sounds ("Polyphony of One"), are all spread, and intergrated throughout the album. But that just makes up part of an album with many sides....for instance, tracks such as "Object Unknown" are futuristic rap-tracks (in this case featuring "Kool Keith"), that merge fantastic, high-speed lyrics with tech-step styled breakbeat. And indeed "Rekonstruction" takes a more dense and paranoid-orientated sound, with 'Organised Konfusion' brilliantly guesting on vocals. Or if your feeling the need for something decidedly more kinetic and intense, then the jungle styled breaks of "Scientifik" & "Dialectical Transformation III (Soylent Green)" will more than suffice. But such is the nature of Spooky's work, he doesn't sit with any one genre for too long, and "Roman Planetaire" & "Theme of the Drunken Sailor", see's him brilliantly skirting with Dub-reggae /Experimental-Dub.

And Spooky himself, makes his presence felt with the transitions between some tracks that are virtually seamless, and using his considerable skill as a D.j. to provide scratching that may be considered unconventional, but sat within the context of the atmospheric instrumentals and cerebral sound collages, and beat-driven tracks, it works too brilliant effect. This is an album that anyone considering purchasing should make sure they know what they're getting. This is a album with a 'restless spirit', and contradicts itself on virtually every turn, on one hand it seems incapable of remaining structured, and just as you're becoming settled in, it changes direction and runs in the opposite direction, yet its approach and direction is something uniquely different and deserves recognition. on another hand, It doesn't exactly make itself easily accessible, and the sometimes articulate, cerebral approach, is shattered by furious breakbeat fusions, that are nothing particuarly intelligent, but remain beautifully produced beat-electronica. The lack of chorrence throughout the album merely reinforces this, yet it's certainly not an album designed for mainstream consumption (like pretty much all of Spooky's albums), so it's more a album that you'll grow into, rather than immediately accept. And as much as this album owes a massive debt to Hip-Hop, it's frequent excursions into breakbeat / Drum 'n' Bass, will repel those like for music to nod to in the car, and thus...should give this album a wide miss. But those that like (or indeed love) those two genres, will certainly appreciate Spooky's intergration in the album, which is near seamless. And at some 21 tracks and at over 70Min's long, this is an album that shouldn't be digested in one sitting. It's far too concentrated and intense, to fully enjoy in one go. But if you do what I do, and listen to chunks of the album (rather than in one go), it's truly remarkable what Spooky has done here. I have at least 5-6 Dj Spooky Albums, and I have to say that although this might not technically be his best album ("Songs of A Dead Dreamer", is widely considered his best), It find this amongst his most intriguing, and most imaginative. Its sacrifices immediacy and accessibility in favour of pushing the envelope both musically and creatively, and although I'd be more inclined to recommended this to Spooky fans that know what to expect, or those those like the occasionally breakbeat/D'n'B referencing album, or even people that like the idea of musicians messing with the structures, of Hip-Hop, then I can't reccommend this gem, highly enough.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Will the real DJ Spooky stand up? 9. Januar 1999
Von L. G. Mabry - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Though I'm always looking for interesting, innovative electronic music, I have resisted DJ Spooky for a while. Mainly because what I heard from him prior to Riddim Warfare sounded like someone tuning their ham radio while practicing their bass down the hall from any microphones. But (his pompous theorizing aside) I wanted to like him. And I figured Riddim Warfare might be my window into his work. It was on a major label. Hell, he was even working with rappers. Well, unfortunately, Spooky's still a work in progress. Despite a few interesting tracks, Riddim Warfare is all over the place. It's drum n' bass, it's Brazilian music, it's underground rap, it's reggae, it's pompous theorizing! All of this with no strong unifiying purpose. And unfortunately, he still drops into that annoying "illbient" vaporousness. I'm all for artistic diversity. But until Spooky develops some consistency to his work, he will just seem like he's genre browsing.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen WOW! 23. Februar 1999
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As DJ Spooky says himself about his scratching and "illbient" hip-hop mixing -- it's "music made from fragments of the world." I think DJ Spooky is one of the few artists out there who is innovating and creating new music without compromising humanity of art by only adding new technology.He is asking the questions that need to be asked through music. His album is challenging and has beautiful moments that reflect the postmodern pace of life and of interaction. I love this album because it's what life is all about -- intensity,energy, ecclecticism, creativity, and passion, as fusion of other's ideas,art, perceptions, philosophies.Check it out. A refreshing album and dj.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good thing it's digital 8. Oktober 2003
Von Jeff Neria - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Otherwise I'd wear it out. Of the three Dj. Spooky Cd's
I have this is my favorite. It has the right amount of rapping
and enough smooth beats to make it pleasant to listen to. The other stuff i've heard of his is harsh and disjoint enough that you really have to be engaged with it to enjoy it. An earlier posting expressed their disdain for cool keith. I actually think he enhances the album. I've never like anything he has produced himself, but his voice works well with this sound. It's sometimes cheesy to hear peeps with philosophy backgrounds appropriate scientific terms to sound futuristic, but when Cool Keith does it on this album, it actually works.
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