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Idjut Boys - Scorejazi FLAC album


Performer: Idjut Boys
Genre: Electronic
Title: Scorejazi
Released: 2004
Style: Deep House, Jazzdance, Dub
FLAC version ZIP size: 1716 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1689 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1812 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 413
Other Formats: DXD DXD DMF AUD APE TTA MPC

Profilo: DJs and producers duo based in London, UK.

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7 tracks · 27 August 2015.

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Versions by Idjut Boys, released 28 August 2015 1. Ambient Rab 2. Kenny Dub Headband 3. Dub Shine 4. Another Bird 5. Going Down 6. Lovehunter Dub 7. Le Wasuk Versions is a collection of avant dub/disco jams. These are versions of Idjut Boys’ own music throughout the years. We finally got them to stick their heads into the dusty vaults and bring out some of the best versions and make an album. The album that we've always wanted to hear from them. The ultimate Idjut Boys.

Tracklist

A Scorejazi (Full Cheek Rattle)
B1 Scorejazi (After Dinner Fruity)
B2 Scorejazi (Buttock Trumpet Bonus)

Notes

Double Bass and Sitar by Dave Noble

Ckelond
Huh!! Would you know it that the Idjut's would drop a rather weird combo of hare krishna and deep house on you? But i expected not. The guys definatly are able to pull it off whatever they put their exploring efforts in. Some would call it spiritual, i would call it hippie-disco. Got all the regular trademarks from the Idjut boys in form of druggy and deep percussions. For those who always find themself sofisticated enough might have this in their box. It's almost like a comedic parody of Joe Clausell's output if i would put it that way. Top tune by the way.