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Wanna Buy A Monkey?
 : Wanna Buy A Monkey?



by: Dan the Automator




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0617465800122
Feature: Ultra Records
Item Dimensions: 4056522496
Label: Ultra Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Ultra Records
MPN: AManPro-0028053
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: February 19, 2002
Publisher: Ultra Records
Release Date: March 19, 2013
Studio: Ultra Records

Features:
  • Ultra Records



Disc 1:
  1. Intro - Fantomas
  2. Smoothness - Black Rob
  3. Positive Contact - Deltron 3030
  4. Le Soleil Est Pres De Moi - Air
  5. Destiny - Zero 7
  6. Seneca - Tortoise
  7. Firesuite - The Doves
  8. Stroker Ace - Lovage
  9. The Rhumba - Bobby Digital
  10. Latin Simone - Gorillaz
  11. Bionix - De La Soul
  12. Don't Understand - Masta Ace
  13. Don't Get It Twisted - Jigmastas
  14. X-ecutioners Song - X-ecutioners
  15. Clockwork - Dilated Peoples
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Wanna Buy A Monkey?

Amazon.com:
Dan the Automator's release on the DJs-only label Sequence Records is a blessing to music lovers who've slowed down their record collecting. Most of the songs featured on Wanna Buy a Monkey? are culled from the artist's own albums, but the sophisticated blend of journeymen MCs and edgy ambient groups makes it easy for every listener to find something "new" to dig. Hard-core De La Soul fans may fall in love with Lovage's whisper-soft groove, while Bobby Digi's loose and funky turn on the Tru Master-produced "The Rhumba" might inspire those who appreciate Zero 7's chill-out lullabies to discover the joy of hip-hop. Both camps will enjoy the original version of Gorillaz's "Latin Simone," which recalls the languid, horns-influenced sound of the later-era Specials. But the clear winner here is Black Rob's "Smoothness." Produced by Dan the Automator, the much-slept-on Bad Boy alumni's flow is reminiscent of Big Daddy Kane at his peak--so tightly focused, so all-out smooth it'll have you begging for more. --Rebecca Levine



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