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by: Tricky


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0720616228529
Feature: Hollywood Records
Item Dimensions: 3050021575
Label: Hollywood Records
Manufacturer: Hollywood Records
MPN: 720616228529
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Hollywood Records
Release Date: June 26, 2001
Studio: Hollywood Records

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  • Hollywood Records



Disc 1:
  1. Excess
  2. Evolution Revolution Love
  3. Over Me
  4. Girls
  5. You Don't Wanna
  6. #1 Da Woman
  7. Your Name
  8. Diss Never (Dig Up We History)
  9. Bury The Evidence
  10. Something In The Way
  11. Five Days
  12. Give It To 'Em
  13. A Song For Yukiko
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Blowback

Amazon.com:
Since the release of his debut, Maxinquaye, Tricky fans have wondered when he would or could match the nightmarish splendor of that trip-hop masterpiece. Blowback may not entirely appease the Tricky faithful, but it is the Bristol innovator's most satisfying album in a while. With Maxinquaye's surreal sonics lurking around its edges, Blowback is wonderfully schizophrenic, cavorting through robotically muted ragga, surging funk rock, nauseous, sample-mangled ballads, and bizarre versions of songs like the 1930s standard "Your Name" and Nirvana's "Something in the Way." In fact, with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alanis Morrisette, Cyndi Lauper, and Live's Ed Kowalcyzk along for the ride, Blowback is Tricky's Tommy, delivered through the mouths and muscles of the stars.

Blowback blows up with the arena-rock anthem "Evolution Revolution Love," featuring Kowalcyzk's familiar croon, while Tricky sings backup in a maniacal murmur. The ragga songs, which are dank and claustrophobic, are upended by the queasy flash metal of "Bury the Evidence." Finally, the trudging programming and Japanese vocals on "A Song for Yukiko" make an enigmatic gurgle that sums up Tricky's beautiful, bewildering creation. --Ken Micallef



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