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Tuesday, April 20, 2010


320 KBPS

Dream of 100 Nations was released in the year when everything seemed to be coming together for UK electronic dance music. Born out of the post-rave dance festival and live techno club scene, Transglobal Underground managed to draw all the threads together in an album that was at once genre-defining and genre busting. It sounds as fresh today as it did 10 years ago: breakbeat, rap and house are still going strong, but you might easily have missed the "world beat" sound that Transglobal Underground built on the foundation of these more mainstream sub-genres.
African, middle-eastern and asian sounds are fused in a truly global groove, with hints of the KLF, Primal Scream (Screamadelica), Meatbeat Manifesto, System 7, The Orb, Banco de Gaia, Faithless and The Shamen. Add to this the unique vocal talents of Natacha Atlas (her vocals on the intensly moving "I Voyager" make this album worth the price for this tune alone) and you have nothing less then an absolute treasure from the golden age of British dance music.

1. Temple Head
2. Shimmer
3. Slowfinger
4. I, Voyager
5. La Voix Du Sang
6. El Hedudd
7. This Is The Army Of Forgotten Souls
8. Sirius B
9. Earth Tribe
10. Zombie'ites
11. Tutto Grande Discordia
12. Hymn To Us

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