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Our Aim Is To Satisfy

Red Snapper

2000

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Our Aim Is To Satisfy

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2.8

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too much of this kind of weird electronic music on this list.

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Wow, the artist sounded familiar but i didn't know what to expect. So good and fresh. Everything instrumental, with electronic and metal vibes. Awesome

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Interesting album Combining electronic sounds with acoustic instruments Both Male and female vocals Some sexually explicit content Some nice sounds generated Would listen again

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Pretty dope beats and compositions here. Really enjoyed this one. Lots of bells and whistles in the mix so a great headphone listen. The first few tracks were great. It dipped a few times in the middles but nothing substantially awful. Closing track is tight af. Really liked this one!

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I dig this, largely, I think, thanks to the dub elements and use of acoustic sounds. Leaning into the latter element would have made some of the longer cuts a bit more dynamic. It's jazzy without turning skronky or "cool". Works well as a soundtrack, better as a palate cleanser. A good one, that is one which has its own character. There's a slight narrative curve on the album and track levels. Industri-ish samples gradually increas in frequency. The Rough and the Quick develops while relishing in its explicitness. There are closing veers into levels of composition impressive for electronic music, which also show off the acoustics.

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'Shellback' made me think of a Portishead track being played via somebody's bowels. I liked the 'sludgy' vibe in the tracks, and some were pretty decent, but can't say the album as a whole was that great.

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Good tracks but like the chemical brothers album it got repetitive

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Interesting album stylistically and that’s me being polite about it being all over the place. If it were a bit tighter, it might have done more for me. ~120 albums in and another 2.5 years to go and nothing has stood out as exciting or new bar a few tracks off of tv on the radio and even at that, I found it weak. The albums I already know seem to be the show stealers of a poor overall presentation of talent. My average rating is closer to 2/5 and I find logging in each morning more and more of a let down. I looked ahead and found no Interpol which is disgrace. I’m one more Bob Dylan album away from deleting my profile here as the author of this collection is a clueless fuck tard to date.

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Erster Song klingt nach einem intro für ein mittelmäßiges Agentenspiel auf der PS1. Instrumental Tracks raus aus Planet Erde. Some kind of kink trifft es schon besser was das Album betrifft: Wat soll das sein? Irgendein Fetisch?! Shellback absoluter Dreck. Ah okay dann nochmal instrumental mit Hintergrundgemurmel. Macht mich auf Dauer dann doch ehr sauer. Sing, oder lass es, du leichtgläubiger Guter! The Rake gleich mal die Stimme vom Crazy Frog im Jamba Sparabbo geborgt. 1a Scheiße. Bussing einziger guter Instrumental Track auf dem Album. I Stole your Car hätte Potential, nutzt es aber ähnlich wie ich meine Kraft Abends ein Buch zu lesen - NICHT. Belladonna fliegt völlig ausm Raster. Hat sich da vielleicht ein anderer Künstler aufs Album verirrt? Würde ich 100% für ein Liquid D&B Intro nehmen. Der Song holt mich also mehr als ab, wie Dommis Vadder uns nachm Blackout Saufen in der Rofa. Letzter Song rundet das Album dann wieder ab, indem er mir dann doch den Glauben nimmt, dass ich das Album mal gehört haben muss. Album an sich Talking Heads Scheisse-Niveau, hat aber im Vergleich wenigstens 1-2 gute. Also ein Stern mehr. Werde es NIE WIEDER HÖREN

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Dull, dull, dull

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Not my cup of tea, and a bit all over the place.

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Otro disco "actual" mas que no pinta nada en la lista

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This album is an instance where I think it’d be useful for me to own a copy of “1,001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die” so I can at least have some context for why they thought to include this, which is about 57 mins too long. Most records you don’t vibe with from before the advent of CDs are no longer than between 30-40 minutes, but this occupied nearly an hour of my time that could’ve been better spent listening to literally anything else. Maybe if you were some Brit clubbing around the turn of the century and doing copious amounts of ketamine this music would be up your alley, but by the time I got to the sixth track, “The Rough and the Quick” and heard Karime Kendra sing “IWANTTHEKINDOFNIGHTTHATIREADABOUT. If Red Snapper’s aim was to satisfy, then consider me unsatisfied.

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Not my cup of tea...

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Googled what on earth this genre of music was and along with instrumental/electronic it said 'acid jazz'. Surprisingly I did actually listen to the whole thing. I could appreciate the songs without featured artists much more than those that had a feature. The Rough and The Quick was a bit heavy for my Friday afternoon slump at work and The Rake might be my least favourite song I've ever heard. Better tracks were Keeping Pigs Together and Bussing. I can see why people might enjoy those but this album was really not for me.

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Largely instrumentals. Not for me.

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It could be a good instrumental album, but it's just boring because includes too much electronic without any purpose. I can't see any purpose or line of reasoning in these songs. The last song, at least, is likable.

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Not into it.

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Our Aim Is to Satisfy by Red Snapper (2000) These eleven British techno/electronic tracks, which one could hardly call ‘songs’, are mildly interesting, but hardly musical. Having no proper lyrics, one can only assess them by submitting one’s ears to each of these sonic bits out of a sense of duty. The chief characteristic of each bit is the central groove, which is generally set forth with little development or even dynamic, rhythmic, or melodic variation. That’s the most eloquent way I can think of to describe unrelenting monotony. The bits do have ‘titles’, which seem completely unrelated to the sounds that are generated. A fun party game might be to play a portion of each bit and ask the guests to come up with alternative titles. For example, instead of titling bit #8 as “I Stole Your Car”, one could substitute “We Stole T.S. Eliot”. Others possibilities include “Fleeing from the Paris Paparazzi” or “The Net Contribution of the British Empire” or “Joining the Americans in Iraq” or “Hitting One’s Arse with a Brexit” or “Where Are All the Statesmen Like Tony Blair?” or “Thank God Donald Trump Was Not Born in Manchester” or “Scotland the Brave (Part 2)” or “Getting South Africa Back” or “When Cambridge Was Kind to Communists” or “Anglican S&M” or “Too Much Stiff on the Upper Lip” or “Can I Get an Amazon Refund on the Duchess of Sussex?” or “Camilla Returns Biden’s Favor”. I’ll leave it to the reader to figure out which suggested alternative title goes with which bit. The untitilatingly pornographic bit (titled “The Rough and Quick”), however, is humorous enough on its own—the title is apt. Send your daughter out of the room so she doesn’t get curious about why you’re rolling on the floor in stitches, howling in comic anguish. Wonk, wonk. 1/5

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Pretty meddling electronic album that felt like it was mostly ambient noise. Not my favorite genre and this album didn’t change that. 2.7/10

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This is probably the most year 2000 album I've ever heard. Even the cover screams 'millenium'. I found a lot of this very annoying. When it wasn't very annoying it was very generic. In paces it managed to be both very annoying and very generic (what is with that clipped sounding female dance vocal that was everywhere in the 2000s). 1/5.

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Gonna pass here. It kind of grates on you. Maybe that's the point, but I'm not going to keep going to figure that out.

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Not really my vibe

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Ugh, I did not like this one.

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Why are there so many y electronic bands on here? Honestly put them all on a playlist and shuffle and it wouldn't make a difference! It's all just annoying sounds. Fucks sake...Im getting old

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My kind of thing.... this will be getting plenty of revisits. Electronica on acoustic instruments *chefs kiss*

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Loved this album! Perfect for working.

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Fonkey Fusion. Geile Beats, weirde breaks und unnötige Effekte auf Bass&Gitarre? GROOO-VEYYYYY Die wissen selber nicht welches Genre sie spielen; sehr erfrischend. Nun bei Shellback angekommen, das schleppt sich aber schon zäh. Ich glaub das muss ich skippen. Don't go nowhere sehr beschreibend, wo soll das hinführen? Wenn Schlagzeuger und Bassist bei nem Lied die Zügel in der Hand haben, sollte man wirklich schnellstens das Boot verlassen. The Rake Intro unerträglich, hat man das aber überstanden gibts Sprechgesang auf die Hörlappen. hörthört! Rap auf Breakbeats immer gut, mieser Bass fickt rein. Dann aber wieder verzerrte Stimme vom Intro – direkt geskippt. Track6 sehr geil, schokomäuschen singen übers BIMMSEN, bin ich i m m e r am Stizzle. Street Life vibes, aber diesmal mit mehr Hass in den Knochen. Track 9-11 nochmal sehr atmosphärisch, hätte gerne früher und mehr sein können. Insgesamt sehr avantgardes (=unangenehmes) Album, ich würd vielleicht sogar mal wieder reinhören. Belladonna hat mich doch noch sehr begeistert. Mutiger Ambient/Jazz crossover. Keepin Pigs Together absoluter brecher für die Introszene eines Oceans11-esquen film, aber die Protagonisten sind keine Fashionistas, sondern Hamburger Peppnasen, die in der Elphie den Bonzen (pfui) die Geldbeutel aus der Garderobe zocken. 4*

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This is really good

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Lego o foto

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VIBE

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Epic

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5

Great stuff

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Was going to give it a 6/10, but I quite liked the last songs. So, 7/10

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A little long but great album overall

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Some really groovy jazz hop, this Aussie approves and gives it four Fantales out of five.

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Surprisingly diverse. Very good.

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Ooh my first impression are this is going to be cool. I really enjoyed this one. Surprised it’s the first time I’ve really heard it.

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I think how I rate this album in particular could be wildly different depending on the day and my mood. Today it really matched my vibe during work and was fantastic as accompanying background music.

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I don't usually listen to stuff like this, but it was really good! no real vocals but written well.

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Whacky but in all the best ways, some top notch songs. Great find, Rough and the Quick tickled me in all my immature ways

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Excelente trip hop com riffs de peso. Segue muito bem com as músicas instrumentais e as com participações com vocais.

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How did i not hear this at the time? I would have loved it. Got me pumped for a dh bike riding session. Will listen again when the mood takes me.

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good electro album

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album contains classic rap to ambient electric tracks and does it in a way I've not heard before, surprised it has so few streams on spotify

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Pretty sweet.

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Ok. Very different and interesting. I had never heard of this. Good discovery!

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Groovy, laidback, chill. Perfect for driving, studying, or just hanging out.

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Really dug it actually. Definitely has that 1999-2001 Massive Attack vibe but a lot more varied and interesting.

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quite cooolll some songs a little irritating though hehe

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Their spotify and wiki info has so many genre descriptions. IDK what to call these guys. Hadn't ever heard of them prior but really enjoyed the entire album. Great find.

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acid jazz. Really good

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I’m over 200 albums in and there have only been a few that I’d revisit. This is one. Ended up playing it 4 times. A nice mix of trip hop and dance. Stand out tracks -The Rough and The Quick -Don’t Go Nowhere’s - Keeping Pigs Together - Bussing - Shellback 4/5

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I don't know how I managed to have never heard of this band before. The music, somewhere between Soul Coughing and Propellerheads, would have been on heavy rotation for me about twenty years ago. You can almost hear the reckless post-Y2K glee!

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Percolates a lot more than similarly-vibed bands. Good stuff.

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Like it.

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“Acid-Jazz”, kinda trip hoppy. Not sure why it’s in this list. I’ve never heard of it, the wiki article is like 3 sentences. It’s okay but you have to hear it before you die? Idk. Some solid tracks on the back half though

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Enjoyed it, never heard any Red Snapper before

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More house music (this is two days in a row), but this one is interesting because it's organic real instruments. Honestly not that different from a Bonzo Terks philosophy when we're playing at our best; ironic because a saxophone player ended up joining this "acid jazz trio" with electronic influences hahah.

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Some of the songs on here like "Belladona" are very beautiful and I really liked that we had a mostly instrumental album today. Reminded me of Glitch Mob's lighter stuff for some reason.

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Funky. Good background music to work to, but I've liked some of the other funky/electronic albums better.

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Mostly instrumental jams, would probably go well behind a casual driving game.

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Eh

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Interesting and cool beats

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Big tunes

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Música electrónica.

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Interesting, missed them at the time. Some good tunes & has a gritty feel, not bad.

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Hmmm, can't place this. Hmmm

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Part really nice, part meh - quality varies as it goes

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I don´t know, I was esily boored by the album, but I am gonna feel bad if I rate it lower than average 3, because I simply couldn´t listen to whole thing.

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Buff, pues me recuerda a rollo Bonobo. No terminé de escucharlo, porque solo lo encontré en Youtube. Si puedo le daré otra oportunidad.

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Pretty cool, almost chilled ibiza-ish, like late night minimal electronic stuff. Easily a 3.

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weiiirdd

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Not their best album, not as strong as Making Bones but still a great listen. Lots of contrasting ideas and some outstanding individual tracks but the album as a whole has a great flow too. A lovely listen and still sounds fresh 20 years on

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Some hits, some misses.

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The musical embodiment of anti-piracy. Pure nostalgia of the little I can remember of the very early 2000s, I was very put off by the first couple tracks but it slowly turned into an enjoyable album I could see myself adding a couple songs to an outside summer garden playlist

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Banging 2000s esque drum and bass

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Pretty whacky. Quite a lot of sonically pleasing bits but much of it is too out there for me. Probs quite good within its genre

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Very mixed bag, some parts feeling like 5/5, and others genuinely 1/5.

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Decent enough as background listening, but not particularly exciting. "I stole your car" was probably the highlight for me.

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Pretty cool instrumental album that caught me off guard. Interesting mix of funk, hip-hop and jazz.

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This is a style of music I’m not particularly conversant in, so I don’t know how to contextualize it. Is it groundbreaking? Derivative? I have no idea. The album is pretty listenable. Repetitive, yes, but that’s clearly the point. Lots of moods to get into here, which I’m kind of liking. “Some Kind of Kink” and “Alaska Street” are miles apart, but I enjoyed them both. I had to turn off “I Stole Your Car” because I was in the middle of an online chat with colleagues and it was too damn distracting. Also, I appreciate genre fluidity in music, but the whole ska/hip hop element of that particular song was a bit annoying. I guess what I’m saying is, that’s my least favorite track on here. Oh geez, Bella Donna is pretty. Okay, I’ve decided the final three tracks are pretty fantastic, best of the bunch. Fave songs: Alaska Street, Bussing, Bella Donna

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Really cool beats. I dig it

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Funky and ambient. A little repetitious on a few tracks.

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While this isn't my favorite album on the planet, it is pretty neat. The music, atleast for me conjures visions and feelings of what the album cover shows. It feels like something I should be listening while cruising through the dark. It's almost meditative in a way. While it might not score super high, I do think it's cool as fuck honestly.

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it sounds like pretty good video game/movie music

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Not bad not but great. Live would be fun, but for listening at home it doesn’t do a whole lot for me.

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Never heard this one before. I would have liked it more at the time of it's release had I been aware of it. Like the atmospheres created.

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I thought this was good, punchy - it got old pretty fast for me though. Coincidentally I had just listened to a newly released album in 2021 right before this one that was strikingly similar - I think it was The Long and Short of It by quickly, quickly. Not sure if that means much, but it was intriuging to stumble upon that 21 year time warp.

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tasty electronica

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A lot better than I was expecting

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Nice beats, samples and effects. Very y2k sound reminiscent of some video game soundtracks around the time. Keeping pigs together, The Rake, Alaska street

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Cool beats, perf for working.

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6/10

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Ekkert sérstök, samt áhugaverðir hlutinn inná milli. Á skilið aðra hlustun

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Somewhat pleasant. dance-y

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it's ok

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Not my usual thing but enjoyed the sounds. Quite hypnotic and well produced.

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A couple-few interesting tracks (Bussing and They're Hanging Me Tonight) but not sure I'd make an effort to re-visit the full album again.

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Though I can't say this was my very favorite sound I've listened to in this project, it was definitely among the more unique sounds I've heard. An innovative album. Manages to be edgy and dark and sexy at times, while at other points being campy and a little bit goofy. It feels "lived in", as albums go. That said, I am not completely in love with most tracks and I am glad I listened, but wouldn't revisit most of this one. Fave track: The Rough and the Quick. Definitely broke a few taboos at the time.

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Good band, nothin' different but well done.

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Never heard of before. Okay background music. Not compelled.

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Have to be in the mood.

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3.25

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It wasn't terrible to listen to. I am not eager to own it, but it's nice chill music.

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All completely new to me: the band, this album, their music. I really like this album. Truly solid composition and performance. I dig that I can hear the drum kit. It would've been fine with a drum machine, but there's that extra depth and warmth to a human-played acoustic drum kit. And, wow, that bass.

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Good not mind blowing. I like this kinda stuff though 4

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3.75

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Speciaal album, sommige nummers vond ik leuk, andere gewoon raar

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have a feeling I would have liked it had I had the time to listen properly

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This was pretty good, better than I expected. Nice mix of styles from electronic to hip hop. 3 stars.

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fun dub record. if dub is your thing. Bussing is feeling my speed this morning.

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I had the same issue with this I have with a lot of the kind of nerd-jazz intellectual alternative, that “being music” seems to take a back seat and many of the choices just age badly. Particularly the vocal element here, the whole robot voice repetition chorus thing did not satisfy.

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Acid jazz. Easy to listen to at points, other times quite harsh.

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Doodah music...skater music...still don‘t like it very much

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Not a big fan. The last instrumental was fun, though

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Just not good music

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Found this incredibly boring for the most part. I didn't hate it, just thought it was uninteresting and uninspiring. Not a fan of music where it's just a series of samples repeated over and over ad nauseam, which is basically what this is. Some of the tracks towards the end were a little more interesting, but not enough to leave me wanting more.

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Extremely confusing album.

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Not really my thing, but had its moments

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This was super wacky but I felt like it had no substance. Hey, sort of like me.

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2- ganz cool, aber nothing for me

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It’s just beats..and without a vocalist or rapper, it falls flat and becomes quickly quite uninteresting.

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Reminds me of early 2000s Moby, David Holmes, etc. Trip hop

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15th July 2021 Listened throughout the day on my phone but finished the morning after. I liked bits of this, the more jazzy and funky songs.

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Interesting. Unlikely to revisit.

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Not terrible but only when I tuned it out as background music. 6.3/10

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Nowhere near as good as it’s predecessor ‘Making Bones, ‘Our Aim Is To Satisfy...’. straddles late 90’s trip hop & acid jazz, good live drum production and slinky double bass (eg Don’t Go Nowhere) but it’s a hard album to judge as too much of it sounds familiar in 2021. This gets a 2 but Red Snapper made better, more defined albums than this.

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Never heard of it before. A bit of a struggle. Like a poor man’s Massive Attack. I got to the end but unlikely to return

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electronica feels like a soundtrack, very immersive like how they play with texture would i go back to it tho ? interesting but... cool album design the third track has something going for it c'est vraiment un bruit de fond pour moi ça me fatigue déjà the rake... ugh who thought that this motif would sound good ? a shame cause the guitar sounds good sounds like crazy frog w/o the fun this sounds horrendous hesitated on giving a 2 but if this goes on... it just goes on and on c'est très répétitif le 6e son = son des 90's suuuuuper répétitif. gets less obnoxious but not more interesting ok the horn on bussing is good a bit of diversity w/ i stole your car (sounds dance hall inspired). Mary jane... of course les cuivres sont tjrs appréciés lots of men in the list so far alaska street has an interesting progression belladonna, i hope you don't disappoint me du violoncelle ! où-est ce qu'il était ce violoncelle ? bordel de cul ! les 2 derniers sons sont incroyables... mais avant d'y arriver... donc note finale 2 !

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Notes: 2 seconds in and I’m scared the flood are gonna creeping up on me. First song was alright. After 2 I’m starting to think this album is basically a very early 2000s weird indie movie soundtrack set in a nightclub. Feels experimental, very background music-y. Was this the LoFi of the 2000s? Lick my WHAT 2 star cus I don’t wanna say it’s god awful, but I’m not sure that was an album I NEEDED to listen to before I die like the site says.

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Not for me, in my room, by myself.

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Not a fan overall, but could see myself listening to a couple tracks in the background while doing repetitive work.

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Boring.

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Satisfied.

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OK I guess. Fine in the background. But nothing all that noteworthy. Barely hits a 2 in my book.

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"The Rake" made me angry.

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Occasionally enjoyable

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Didn't hate it. It was almost a nice, uptempo, listen in the background album.

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Some interesting moments but not enough.

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Trip-hop makes an appearance again. This album is lacking what some of the other albums have though - tunes. There was an attempt but if I was a teacher the advice would be must try harder. Best Tracks: Some Kind of Kink; The Rake; Bussing

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It's ok but didn't grab me.

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I owned this album first time around, at the time I was hoping it'd be an interesting collision between Trip Hop and Big Beat. It disappointed in that regard. Red Snapper always used live drumming rather than computerised loops and for that, I'm giving them a bonus mark. But I'll forget this album for the second time in relatively short order having listened through it 20 years or so after I last did

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Too much noise

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Weird atmospheric and electronic stuff, not really my jam

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The third album from the band Red Snapper released in 2000. The band experiments with all types of music genres, but they and this album can be classified as acid jazz - jazz mixed with funk, soul, and hip-hop. This album is one of their best and it contains "moody, atmospheric instrumentals with funkier, soulful vocals - that flows smoothly from beginning to end, a soundtrack for urban Britain". I like the vibe that this album gives off and agree that it's some chill music you could get lost in - especially when driving around late at night. A great change of pace for these 1001 albums I'm sifting through.

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wasnt so much my jam

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My initial thought looking at the cover/title was scungy UK techno, and... well, yep. Not as grimy as some I've heard, but still the soundtrack to any given ps1 snowboarding game. And the length.... sigh. They never learn. I'd really like a genuine reason why I couldn't die before I heard this. It did NOT satisfy. 2/5.

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Sounded like a music from a Guy Ritchie movie.

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I'd hate to find out this is their best. Monotonous. Dreary. Tuneless. Got as far as "Shellback" and started to FFWD. Brief redemption with "I Stole Your Car", but that was it. Didn't add.

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this is weird and what I'd expect from like a warehouse scene in the Matrix

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Pretty good, again never heard this before.

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Well this is repetitive. I've given it a decent go, and while it isn't awful I can't imagine anyone would put it in a list of must-listen-to albums. It is just absolutely, 100% pure meh.

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Die haben sich doch in dieses Format eingekauft.

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I don't know how this made the list. It wasn't bad as such, just - meh. lots of meh.

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Didn't finish. Kept skipping though songs waiting to find something interesting but never did.

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Electronic, mostly instrumental. Seemed disjointed to me. Only made it through a few songs. Best of luck to them but not my thing.

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Aside from the great beginning track, this album did not cease to disappoint me. Endlessly repetitive beats and recurring sections, unattractive vocal *noises* and overall a lack of progression. Feels very stale.

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Not a fan.

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