Hi Fi Killers - Jamaica download album
Seattle, WA, hipsters Hi Fi Killers are masters of manipulation, fearless sonic chameleons who have never been afraid to shake things up, or to transfer their ideology to crystal-clear analog. Their 1998 Jamaica LP proved no exception. Blending their appreciation of American hip-hop ethic with absolutely authentic Jamaican dancehall and dub, the duo came up with what remains the finest effort in their canon. Working first in Seattle with reggae musician Clinton Fearon and then in Jamaica with Studio One producer Solgie Hamilton, the album contains some stunning American-bred reggae. The opening "Like a Lion" is pure dancehall ever so slightly manipulated with classic hip-hop, shot through in unexpected, yet perfectly timed, places. The horn-heavy "Tell Dem" and the rude-boy toasting on "Wrong Man Move" similarly emerge among Jamaica's finest moments.
Hi Fi Killers – Jamaica. Genre: Hip Hop, Reggae. Style: Reggae, Dub, Ragga HipHop. Jamaica (CD, Album, Promo). Jamaica (CD, Album).
Duane & The Hunns Peters ~ Hi Fi Killers: Jamaica. With two previous releases under their belts, Seattle's Hi Fi Killers (Kevin Lee Oakland and Johnny Horn) are off to a prolific start in their short career. The duo's third release is a bit different from the other two records, Possession and Loaded, which were an amalgam of funk, soul, hip-hop, and dub. As the title implies, Jamaica leaves its imprint on the Killers' newest offering.
Seattle-based, remix-funk duo Hi Fi Killers will release Hi Fi Killers -. Jamaica, an 11-track album of dance-hall and reggae songs, Jan. 26. Among the. vocalists on the album are little-known MCs Blackout and Scorpion, as. well as former Upsetters vocalist Clinton "Basie" Fearon. also features the Killers duo, Kevin Oakland and Johnny Horn hooking
Listen to music from Hi Fi Killers like Pomona, Blue Lights & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hi Fi Killers. Loaded (their '97 debut release), is pure '70s funk, while Possession ('98) ably fuses hip hop and disco. Their most recent effort, Jamaica ('99), takes the art of easy-skanking dub to the next level. No matter what your musical preferences, you are sure to be satisfied with their mellow, well-produced style.
|Like A Lion|
|I & I Time|
|Wrong Move Man|
|Rug Burn Dub|
|Can't Stop Us|
|Nuff Na Na Dub|
|Stalag Thirteen Dub|
|LG-0019-2||Hi Fi Killers||Jamaica (CD, Album, Promo)||Loosegroove Records||LG-0019-2||US||1998|
|LG0019-2||Hi Fi Killers||Jamaica (CD, Album)||Loosegroove Records||LG0019-2||US||1998|