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Wootwo / Cosmic Slop - Method Of Defiance - Nihon (CDr, Album)

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  1. Get all the lyrics to songs on The Prozac Sessions and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  2. Various Artists - Doo Wop Classics Vol. 2 music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  3. Jul 31,  · Keyboard genius Bernie Worrell is down with a loose avant-garde collective called Method of Defiance, one of Bill Laswell’s groove units. The new Method of Defiance album, “Nihon,” was recorded live in Japan two years ago. It contains a cover of Funkadelic’s “Cosmic Slop,” with a wiggy Moog-synth intro from Mr. Worrell.
  4. Method of Defiance is the original moniker chosen by the musician’s musician, the legendary Bill Laswell for his more extreme dub/jazz/drum’n’bass forays. Nihon (on CD and DVD) captures the ensemble live in Tokyo in as Laswell, keyboard and organ master Bernie Worrell, electric trumpet innovator Toshinori Kondo, dubmaster Dr Israel and drummer Guy Licata set the stage alight.
  5. Wootwo / Cosmic Slop (7'13") Method Exit Dub (13'00") [DVD] (PAL / All Region) Live performance of the band played in Tokyo, August (DVD contains both sets) *Now this album is released as CD & DVD set, MP3 download (Audio only), FLAC download (Audio only) from Rare Noise Records Store.
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  7. Nihon, Laswell's new album in his Method Of Defiance guise is, in truth, unlikely to change minds in either direction. Stylistically, its heart sits somewhere between dub and ambient drum'n'bass, although both rock and dancehall stick an occasional oar in (the .
  8. Doo Wop 45s on CD, Vol. 2 is a single disc containing 25 original tracks that dig a little deeper into the genre and haven't been burned out from years of over-exposure. While a few well-known chart-toppers are included ("There's a Moon out Tonight" and "Stay"), it's a treat to have access to songs by the Bop Chords, the Scarlets, the Love Notes, and the Pyramids that received regional.

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