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Rising Above Bedlam

Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart

1991

Rising Above Bedlam
Album Summary

Rising Above Bedlam is an album by Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart, released by Oval Records in 1991.The album was a shortlisted nominee for the 1992 Mercury Prize.

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2.61

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Wed Jan 11 2023
2

You remember that kid from your floor freshman year with the guitar? This is what he makes when he’s in his 40’s, after a trip to India in which he thinks he’s found some life-changing revelation while talking to the first yogi he can find. He’s not deep, he’s not insightful, and he’s certainly ignorant. Oh and he paid for the trip to India with the money from the divorce settlement. A marriage in which he hypnotized a business student to fall for his false sensitivity during college. By the time he’s 30, she realizes he’s going to live up to nothing and all that talk about changing the world was BS. By the times he’s 40, he can’t even maintain an erection without his guitar in his hands and she’s plowing her boss, a Fortune 500 CEO. She ditches him, but not before he can suckle off her teet one last time and take half the money. After the trip to India, he spends the rest of the money on American Bald Eagle tattoos and studio time. He makes the album cover himself, because no one else could quite possibly understand the tortured artist that is him. He can’t afford Adobe Suite by this time, so he has to settle for a bootleg version, risking his computer’s health while downloading it off a foreign website. His computer, a thrifted 1998 IBM, “it’s vintage”, more like he’s “poor af”, does eventually concede to the virus it extracted from “freecomputersoftware.cn”. After releasing, he waits for the praise from all his loved ones, as well as his adoring fans. Unfortunately for him, he has no loved ones. His family distanced themselves after a story went viral of him attempting to live in the ceiling of a Starbucks after hours because he couldn’t afford rent. He only got caught because his late night diet of caramel macchiato’s and pastries led to terrible IBS, and without a bathroom to use in the ceiling, he had to come down during the day or risk sh***** all over his living space. Once he did, he still didn’t reach the bathroom in time, because a group of 15 year old’s were in there doing Tik Tok’s to a Meghan Thee Stallion song where she queefs the National anthem. Furthermore, he has no fans because no one likes the album and the small minority of people that do hate him more. After crapping any ounce of hope away, literally, he is booked by local PD for trespassing. As he is walked to the car in handcuffs, he intentionally trips himself and claims police brutality. The judges rule in his favor and awards him $1.3m in damages. By the time he’s 50, he’s spent all his money investing in a penis growth serum. Naturally, it fails, like his erections, and he’s left wandering the streets of Chicago with nothing but a shopping cart full of Rising Above Bedlam CD’s. He tries to pawn them off to other homeless people, but they bark at him that “physical media is so not in style anymore.” He is found one morning, frozen to death, the last ember of his fire gone out. In the fire, Chicago PD discovers that he had burnt the last of his CD’s to stay warm. The coroners office cannot decide whether the cause of death was from freezing, inhaling burning CD’s, or broken heart from a dream lost. Without a clear answer he writes: “cause of death - Covid-19.” Not on Apple f*** Spotify Free has ads and Random songs throughout Haiku aside, I can respect the experimental nature of this. It’s very interesting to listen to and I’d give it a 2.5 if I could. It’s not bad, and much better than some of the 2’s I’ve given. Idk if it’s a 3 tho. Also, I had to listen on Spotify Free which included ads and random songs in between songs. It definitely did not help this album. It also meant I couldn’t listen in order which was soul-crushing.

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Wed Apr 21 2021
1

Jah Wobble's Rising Above Bedlam feels like a genuine attempt at cross cultural fusion, which is commendable. But on the evidence, Wobble's understanding of the musical traditions he's borrowing from are skin deep, and that's being generous. The songs are dull and obvious and Wobble invariably makes the least interesting choices possible when it comes to timbres and instrumental colors. This music would be at home in a Starbucks Putumayo collection cd. One star for basic musical competence. Zero stars for the songs, arrangements, production, and lack of taste.

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Fri Feb 12 2021
3

This is a mouthful, I'm listening to a band named 'Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart' with an album named "Rising Above Bedlam." I have no idea what to expect here. Allmusic says they specialize in experimental ethnic pop and fusion. The first track is pleasant so far, it reminds me of Primal Scream and their landmark Screamadelica album. The album as a whole breezes by nicely, and I'm enjoying the different voices that come together to make a cohesive album. Despite how eclectic and experimental the whole thing feels. I'm not sure I will revisit this at any point soon, but I enjoyed the ride and how nice it floated through my life.

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Wed Nov 03 2021
2

feels like cultural appropriation

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Thu May 20 2021
4

What an interesting album! I had not heard of "Jah Wobble" (stage name of John Wardle that came about as a drunken Sid Vicious mumbled his hame), but now I know he grew up with John Lydon and other Sex Pistols members. I've also now learned that Wobble was the bassist for PiL. This album is great. Influenced by reggae, world music, and the rock/punk world in which Wobble grew up, it all comes together quite nicely here. I hear some of the tracks as "Velvet Underground moves to the Caribbean." Really cool.

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Fri Jan 22 2021
2

I know Jah Wobble more from PIL and his collaborations with Holger Czukay of Can. I like him as a support player/collaborator but maybe not so much as a solo artist. He's got a ton of releases and I wonder why this particular one was chosen. I feel like this list is pretty solid in its picks the further back it goes but right about here in the timeline going forward it gets a little more spotty. Can't say I really enjoyed it, like I don't want to listen to it again, but it wouldn't really bother me if someone had it on in the background. Okay, skipped through the tracks again and I like the first song alright as a single but the rest of the album doesn't have the same vibe. 2.5 rounded down I guess?

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Wed Feb 24 2021
5

QUE SOM MALUCO E INESPERADO EU AMEI SOCORRO

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Thu Feb 03 2022
4

Seen as John Lydon's a massive tory cunt now, this is a very good alternative. If PiL was pop and dub instead of prog and punk. Proper quality aye.

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Sun Mar 07 2021
2

Just kind of... meh. Had some fun instrumentals, but the vocalist was the bad type of annoying

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Fri Sep 16 2022
2

Not terrible or anything, but nothing I care to go back to and listen again.

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Wed Jan 11 2023
2

Not the worst thing in the world but not anything I would ever come back to. Just plain boring, but not on the same level of a 1 star. Those albums hold a special place in hell.

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Thu Mar 10 2022
1

The arrangements are repetitive, the vocals are just plain bad (or irritating, take your pick), the sound is dated, and the ideas were already done better in the 80s. Nothing salvageable here at all.

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Thu Feb 18 2021
4

This guy is from Public Image Ltd. The album mixes world music with some weird/cool grooves. Some elements reminiscent of INXS, Sugar Ray. A collection of very good musicians doing something they aren't taking all that seriously.

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Fri Dec 24 2021
4

I don't know if I'm rating this high because I was surprised or if it really is good. Other vibe, world music albums don't really work for me, but this one hits the mark. I feel like if David Byrne could have gotten his hands on this band, he'd have had a whole other Talking Heads career!

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Fri May 27 2022
4

Solid album. I could (and did) easily play this in the background over and over. Sinead O'Connor's vocals on Visions of You and Sweet Divinity were great adds. Wobble's regular vocals are just okay. The variety of musical styles from around the world were also pretty cool - Indian-style on Visions of You, African-style on Ungodly Kingdom, Latin-style on Bomba, Middle Eastern-style on Everyman's an Island, combo of the last two on Soledad. Although reggae/Spanish combo on Relight the Flame wasn't as good; wailing in latter half was cool. Love the guitarwork on Ungodly Kingdom - picking at the beginning and the electric stuff at around the 2:45 mark. Erzulie felt like something almost out of Bladerunner at the start; neat vocals and pace/change of pace throughout. Title track was a bit boring though the lyrics were intriguing. Only other song I didn't really enjoy was Wonderful World - sounded cheesy compared to the rest of the album. After looking back at what I liked and didn't, I realize I liked most of it, quite a bit.

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Sun Sep 04 2022
4

Really liked this. Spiritual feel to it. A suprising addition was Sinead O Connor's vocals included throughout the album. Her voice, combined with Jah Wobble's addictive basslines made the album. Personally felt the first half was better than the second half. Nonetheless, great album. Wobble's changed up his style compared with his days in PiL. Refreshing to hear music using a combination of different cultures.

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Fri Oct 14 2022
4

I thought this would be brand new to me, but turns out I'd heard the first track before - very Screamadelica! This was quite a pleasant listen. Quite enjoyed the mix of dub, world music and electronics, though you can definitely have too much of that. Fave track - "Visions of You"

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Thu Jan 12 2023
4

I would say Wobble was one of the earliest and more influential purveyors of the emerging genre of World Music back in the 80s'. Him along with David Byrne perhaps. Kudos to him for being able to attract top vocal talent including Sinead O'Connor and Natasha Atlas, and later Delores O'Riordan. Coming from PiL you wouldn't guess that Wardle would be a fan of Jamaican reggae and dub but he was and and he plays his bass guitar here with aplomb channeling Robbie Shakespeare (of Sly and Robbie fame). I also really enjoy him mixing Latin and Middle-Eastern music seamlessly into this album. Spotify's algorithms also gave me some tracks from his 2004 album The Celtic Poets and I thought that was an even better album. Wobble's sound also reminds me a lot of Malcolm McLaren's forays into tribal/world music on his Duck Rock album. Overall, this album works really well and was quite enjoyable.

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Thu Jan 12 2023
4

I think that Natasha Atlas is the star of this album. The best songs she co-wrote and sang in, and probably got less credit then she deserved. As a side note I was surprised to hear her singing in Spanish, though Wikipedia tells me she started her career in a Belgian salsa band. Natasha's songs I would give a 5. Musically the rhythms and textures and bass playing are nice & I'd give the rest of the album a 4, except that Jah Wobble's voice ruins everything. He should know better.

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Wed Jun 16 2021
2

Not my thing but it's not the worst...

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Sun Jan 24 2021
2

Not my taste but I guess I see the appeal? Very eclectic mix, lots of wordless singing, not my jam.

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Sun Jun 20 2021
2

Boring, boring dub/"ethnic fusion". I can't say it's terrible but I'm certain if I live the rest of my life without hearing it again I won't be bothered. You shouldn't either. BT: Visions of You, Rising Above Bedlam, Wonderful World

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Thu Jun 24 2021
2

A collection traditional rhythms and styles digested for the 90s English listener. Mostly hideous.

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Mon Jun 14 2021
2

Poor attempt at a world music album. Combines all sorts of techniques but doesn't do anything with them, and so it becomes boring. Vocals (besides Atlas's) absolutely awful. Some instruments were annoying, and it gave the impression they had no idea how to really use them. Some tracks are decent, but damn those vocals make others unbearable.

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Thu Oct 28 2021
2

This was a very experimental experience. More than I was expecting when the first song started to play. Personally, I didn't like it too much, but it's very easy to note the virtuosos in the instrumental part and I got why this kind of thing deserves to be on this list. These guys are real musicians and no one can say the contrary. I'll keep my rate in 2 stars just because it's not exactly my kind of thing.

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Sun Apr 17 2022
2

Was expecting reggae from the name, but instead this is 80s-sounding British pop with some world influences. Nothing really stood out to me.

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Fri May 13 2022
2

This wasn't actively unpleasant to listen to, but for an album bursting with ideas it turned into background noise remarkably quickly.

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Fri May 27 2022
2

A pretty average experiment with a range of styles. Neither comfortable or showy, agile or clunky. All in all, pretty mild. But in a fun way?

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Fri Jul 22 2022
2

Weird world music. Wasn’t terrible. Wasn’t good.

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Sun Sep 04 2022
2

what a confusing mash of styles and sounds.

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Fri Feb 10 2023
2

An eclectic collection of beats. Kinda sounds like generic resort music. Fun is a word invented by executives? Just a bit stereotypical for this time period and the album cover.

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Thu Dec 21 2023
2

Stockholm Syndrome: The Album I was almost immediately turned off by this record, but as it played on, I started noticing fleeting moments where I grew to understand, appreciate and sympathize with its goals. Those moments would quickly pass and I would be reminded that I didn’t like most of it and I was, in fact, a captive, unable to escape its grip until it ceased playback. Only then was I able to make heads or tails of my situation and truly see how willing I was to overlook its many flaws in favor of the fleeting moments of sympathy and understanding.

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Fri Jul 23 2021
5

An upbeat, mellow, album that goes down smooth. It feels almost mystic at times. I wasn't sure about the album when it started but by the end I was enraptured. The album made me happy, and I don't know that there's higher praise I can give than that.

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Fri Oct 15 2021
5

Интересный микс стилей, культур и инструментов. Понравилось сочетание народной музыки и современной.

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Mon Nov 01 2021
5

World music deserves the highest rating.

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Thu Dec 02 2021
5

Loved it, nice change of pace. Slightly alternative music nice background for working.

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Sun Jan 30 2022
5

I had to listen to this album on YouTube as I couldn’t find it elsewhere. That is unfortunate because it will be hard to listen to again and I really loved this album! In has a pretty amazing world music vibe. I pretty much loved the whole album (aside from the annoying ads that interrupted periodically). It is lush, exotic and is really interesting! I don’t think there is a song on here that I didn’t like. Really great!

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Sun Sep 04 2022
5

Almost as much fun as SHACK being attacked by a wasp.

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Wed Oct 05 2022
5

Never heard of them before but really liking the album. A mix of styles. A few songs sound like Soup Dragons meet Kate Bush. One sounds like Pet Shop Boys. One has a middle eastern or maybe Indian styled but the words are in Spanish.

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Wed Jan 18 2023
5

Marvelous! Genuinely something new to me, only knew him from PiL

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Wed Jan 18 2023
5

Jah Wobble hero of course and I loved this one with exotic music, even sometimes thought I heard Fad Gadget! 5 stars

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Thu Apr 06 2023
5

So cool! So many great musicians

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Wed Apr 03 2024
5

absolutely vibes for some reason. 5/5

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Fri Apr 12 2024
5

liked this more than expected - cool to read he was friends with Sid Vicious - wasn't expecting that based on this music :) sounds like world music? but more interesting to me

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Fri Jun 04 2021
4

This was a fantastic mix mash of styles…..unusual but familiar at the same time. Enjoyed it!

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Mon Oct 19 2020
4

Complete shift from what he was doing with PIL, but still a great album. A melting pot of different musical cultures, but surprisingly unified. Closer to a 3.7

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Sun Mar 28 2021
4

The main guys voice was really not good but the music was incredibly cool. Erzulie was fun, some of the others got long. 7.5 for me

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Sun Mar 28 2021
4

Scrapes a 7 from me. Cool except the English lyrics are corny and when the guy sings his voice is almost unbearable

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Mon Feb 01 2021
4

Ik ga hier meer van luisteren. Jammer soms van de stem van Jah.

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Thu Feb 04 2021
4

Brilliant ! I wasn’t expecting it to be so good. Some excellent Zumba tracks. I shall probably play it again while I’m cooking and have a dance along! I was reserving 4* for classics but this was an unexpected ****

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Wed Mar 24 2021
4

This is weird and wild for sure. Worth an occasional, maybe even party lounge listen? Eno collab

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Fri Jun 11 2021
4

4/5 Solid music, different from what i would normally listen to, and probably ain't gonna hunt it out again later, but did not mind listening to it, at all. However, got at bit samey over time.

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Thu Sep 30 2021
4

This was really nice. Felt like I was sitting on a beanbag, a bit buzzed.

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Sun Oct 03 2021
4

Wereldmuziek in de letterlijke vorm van het woord. Vanuit alle hoeken heeft dit album invloeden. Eentje om nog eens op te leggen in de zomermaanden, onder het zonnetje

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Sun Oct 31 2021
4

I knew this album as my dad was a fan - and love the opening track 'Visions of You' - it's amazing and you think you are on the verge of greatness, but sadly doesn't rise to such peaks again, still a great album

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Sun Dec 19 2021
4

Somehow I never checked out Jah Wobble's work back in the nineties, so I was unfamiliar with this album. It serves up an interesting melange of different musical styles. Not everything works, and some of the electronic elements sound a bit dated, but overall I enjoyed listening to it.

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Mon Jan 17 2022
4

Interesting, and seemed quite familiar despite it being my first time hearing any of it, I guess due to the 'eastern' influences that I hear on the radio where I am.

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Fri Jan 21 2022
4

Very good, will play more Wobble in the future

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Sun Jan 30 2022
4

Only had time for one listen today. I liked it. Nice mixture of cultures and styles.

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Fri Feb 18 2022
4

1st time of listening and whilst I am an admirer of Mr Wobbles creativity and humour I wasn't sure what to expect. Pleasantly surprised by this album with traces of the "Madchester" sound on "Visions Of You" (with Sinead O'Conner on Vocals) The Latin/Bhangra "Bomba" to the more ethereal songs like the Title Track "Rising Above Bedlam" which is reminiscent of his PiL days are all spot on. As I say a lovely LP that is new to me and offers some great "Fusion" music. Rightfully on the list as far as I am concerned.

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Fri Mar 11 2022
4

Pretty funky, can't believe I've never heard of jah wobble before, will definitely be checking out more of his albums

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Thu Mar 17 2022
4

Usually I strongly dislike world music, but this album really hit some of the right spots and I really enjoyed it as background music.

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Wed Apr 20 2022
4

This was a bit all over the place but I still enjoyed it alot

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Thu Apr 21 2022
4

4/19/2022 Today's Album: "Rising Above Bedlam" by Jah Wobble's Invaders Of The Heart - This album was a really fantastic surprise. It seems to be a collection of music from around the world and each song has a ton of really bright and interesting instrumentation amongst it. I really love the opening track Visions of You. It sounds so sweet and has this really nice chilled out guitar line and bongo groove, not to mention the incredibly catchy chorus. The male vocalist throughout the album really toes the line between a performance that feels kind of off and creepy and one that sounds clear and confident. I really like the instrumental break in the song Ungodly Kingdom. It has that great island vibe and incorporates a ton of pacific instrumentation to back up that idea. Some of the tracks don't pull me in as quickly as others, like the track Rising above Bedlam, but most of them have really engaging sonic ideas right off the bat. I like the song Erzulie for it's chilled out eastern vocal performance and I like how melodic the bass guitar is in it too. It's a really great Latin dance track with a lot of different levels of energy throughout. Everyman's an island takes a sort of psychedelic approach, with this groovy meditative bassline and some really strung out electric guitar. I like just how groovy it is and how much they are switching up the sound even just measure to measure. It reminds me of a lot of King Gizzard's microtonal music, but with a bit of a softer edge. The opening drum beat of Soledad is so welcoming and brings you into a sort of Arabian dream. The, what I think are Latin, vocals would usually turn me away from the track, but not knowing the lyrics feels okay because the vocal performance is just so hypnotic and eastern sounding. The bass line and drum beat keep the song so sturdy throughout as the guitar and auxiliary percussion solo on top. The solo sections of this album really feel reserved and like they only are doing what they must to add to the experience of the track and I really appreciate the subtlety of it. Sweet Divinity is a very strange track to me because it sounds extremely unique. There's these weird sections of trumpet and trombones sort of just going ham on this dueling fanfare and it breaks up the verses in a very engaging way. It feels like a song that I wouldn't like under usual circumstanced, but the sheer skill of these musicians keeps me engaged in this sort of creepy and uncomfortable tune. The closer Wonderful World is a great way to pick up from the weird spot we were left in with Sweet Divinity and I really like the instrumentation and vocal performance here. It's a bouncy and playful track with a really chorus and some nice chorus vocals backing things up. They play with the reverb subtly in some of the vocal sections in a really pleasing, yet experimental way and I just really like whatever effect is on the guitars because they sound so tropical and bubbly. It ends things off in the same really cheery optimistic vibe introduced in the first track Visions of You and it's a great way to end. As a whole package, this is a really great album if you like stuff that sounds like it's from outside of the good ol' USA. There's fun microtonal sounding stuff, a lot of eastern and Latin influence, and all of the cultures on display also showcases a huge variety of talent. I think there are some tracks that are a little worse than the majority and the vocals can be a little off putting at first, but if you can just put this on in the background while you're doing something and vibe along to the grooves, I think it'd be a nice time for almost anyone. Score: 8.5/10 Best world music I've heard yet Highlights: Visions of You, Bomba, Ungodly Kingdom, Erzulie, Everyman's an Island, Soledad, Sweet Divinity, Wonderful World

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Fri Apr 22 2022
4

I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I was going to. It's going to require some more listens, but I'll definitely be back!

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Fri May 27 2022
4

The worldliness of the album was nice to hear. I listened to the last song a few times and I don't get it. The appeal of it escaped me a bit. I always felt that Sinead O'Connor got a bum rap back in the 90s, and her performance on this album is great. It'd be nice to hear her in more stuff like this, maybe more atmospheric. Imagine her in one of Fripp's soundscapes... But you know Wobble is a forgiving and gracious artist. He had to deal with John Lydon for a few albums in Public Image, didn't he? So yeah, I dug this. May have to seek out some more.

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Wed Jun 08 2022
4

Popurrí de músicas del mundo. Me ha gustado. Un 4.

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Sun Sep 04 2022
4

SHACK getting attacked by 3 wasps for 2 hours in album form

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Mon Oct 03 2022
4

Such a recognisable voice on him, liked the Public Image Limited stuff

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Fri Oct 14 2022
4

That was strangely familiar and so much fun.

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Mon Oct 24 2022
4

Liked the ones with Spanish and Latin(?), very eclectic.

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Wed Oct 26 2022
4

I enjoyed this one! What a mix of sounds and cultures. A lot of the songs (especially the ones where the English guy sings lead) sound a little like the Happy Mondays album we had a while back. That clubby dance-rock style was called Madchester and I hear of lot of that in this music. But then there’s Spanish lyrics, African music and Middle Eastern melodies - each song seems to hop to a different country (and a few blend multiple genres together). There’s a druggy energy that ties it together and big drums on every track that sound like they were recorded in a vast warehouse. Highlights: “Visions of You,” “Bomba,” “Ungodly Kingdom”

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Fri Dec 23 2022
4

Derrière cet infini nom d'artsite se cache en fait tout simplement Kingsley Coman, tout fraîchement revenu de sa médiocre coupe du monde au Qatar. Un album coup de poing à mettre entre toutes les mains.

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Fri Dec 23 2022
4

Je pense que beaucoup d'entre vous ont écouté cet album sans même savoir que Jah Wobble était depuis 2006 le détenteur du record de la personnalité la moins célèbre du monde. Un huissier s'est en effet basé sur le fait que personne n'ait jamais entendu parler de Jah Wobble pour homologuer ledit record. Ce dernier a pourtant bien failli lui être retiré en 2018 après qu'un internaute a découvert que son compte Instagram comptait trois abonnés. Une enquête a finalement prouvé qu'il s'agissait de bots (le groupe de chaudières TLC pour être précis).

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Thu Jan 12 2023
4

I liked what Public Image did; this album is completely different but also very enjoyable. Jah Wobble is a very good bass player. Too bad they don't list the other musicians on the album. I read that the female vocalist on Visions of You is Sinead O'Connor. The other female vocalist (on Erzulie and several other songs) is amazing. The Arabian beats work beautifully with her vocals.

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Wed Jan 18 2023
4

Had a great time with this 😂

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Wed Jan 18 2023
4

Bonkers and really enjoyable :)

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Wed Jan 25 2023
4

This is surprisingly cool. Although maybe that's just because I finally switched to Tidal. If any listeners are still on Spotify, might be worth making the switch to any other service that has lossless. Favorite tracks were "Visions of You", "Bomba", "Erzulie"

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Wed Feb 15 2023
4

It's a good world music album with very diverse influences. I liked the second half of it a bit more, it was more interesting.

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Wed Apr 26 2023
4

I've never listened top this, but dig his bass in P.I.L. sofar...i love it

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Thu May 11 2023
4

Really liked the first half of this surprisingly, will listen to more of his stuff for sure, 3.5

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Tue Jun 06 2023
4

Popurrí de músicas del mundo. Me ha gustado. Un 4.

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Thu Jun 29 2023
4

I didn't expect to enjoy this album as much as I did!

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Sun Jul 09 2023
4

this is certainly eclectic. awesome tunes and goes in different directions. Love it

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Thu Jul 20 2023
4

Never heard of this guy but this was interesting

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Wed Aug 09 2023
4

Really enjoyed the album. Catchy tunes, great vibes, "Relight the Light", "Bomba" and "Erzulie" were my favs.

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