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Bricolage - Amon Tobin

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    Bricolage is a 1997 album by the Brazilian electronic music artist Amon Tobin. It was Tobin's second album, the first released under his own name, and his first on the Ninja Tune label. The album was a departure from his first album, Adventures in Foam (as Cujo), incorporating a heavier blend of jazz melodies and intense jungle rhythms. The album was followed by Permutation in 1998. The album art for Bricolage depicts part of Alexander Liberman's Olympic Iliad sculpture, located at the base of the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.
    Track Listings:
    1. Stoney Street – 5:53
    2. Easy Muffin – 5:01
    3. Yasawas – 5:24
    4. Creatures – 5:21
    5. Chomp Samba – 6:07
    6. New York Editor – 4:56
    7. Defocus – 5:10
    8. The Nasty – 4:35
    9. Bitter & Twisted – 5:05
    10. Wires & Snakes – 5:27
    11, One Day in My Garden – 5:43
    12. Dream Sequence – 7:19
    13. One Small Step – 6:11
    14. Mission – 7:08
    Total Time: 79:20
    Artist Name(s):
    Amon Tobin
    Release Year: 1997
    Style:
    Ambient, Jazz, Progressive, Soundtrack
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Compact Disc, Digital / Download, LP 33 1/3
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Ninja Tune
    Catalog Number(s):
    ZEN29, ZENCD29. ZENDNL29, ZENDNL29W
    Location:
    London, England
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Jack Hertz

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A real head turner. Bringing together expert sampling, looping and drum programming with impeccable production makes for one of my favorite albums or all time. A must listen all true music fans.

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