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Rico  vs. Tricky - Mixed Up Faces mp3 album
Electronic / Rock
Performer: Rico
Title: Mixed Up Faces
Style: Alternative Rock, Industrial, Trip Hop
Year 2002
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 212
MP3 size: 1107 mb
FLAC size: 1526 mb
WMA size: 1641 mb
Other formats: DXD MOD VQF XM MMF MPC AA

Rico vs. Tricky - Mixed Up Faces mp3 album

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The album is the follow up from his 2010 Mixed Race and featured Peter Silberman, Fifi Rong and Nneka. Tricky released this statement about the album: "This new album I'll stand behind every track. You Don't Wanna" - "Mixed Up Faces" (as Rico vs. Tricky) - single only.

No Chris,The Doghouse is/was his studio/flat. thats the stairs hes going up to and the hallway he walks through. Crackin Vid,thanks for posting kim,nice to see the DogHouse in the vid too :) Имя. Комментарий. Добавить комментарий.

Tricky has struggled with this throughout his music career, especially recently since trip-hop has yet to find any exceptional new talent that compares to his past works with Massive Attack, his own material as was in Maxinquaye and now the resurging Portishead.

Lyrically it's autobiographical, but it's also a gangster album. The sound of guns being cocked and loaded is almost ubiquitous. The signpost is the single, a revisioned take on Echo Minott's '90s dancehall hit "Murder Weapon. The lyric (delivered by Tricky's brother Marlon Thaws), full of references to guns and shoot-em-up street battles, is juxtaposed with Henry Mancini's "Peter Gunn Theme" and a sampled blues harmonica riff. Bristol to London" rips on the old-school styles of Brit-hop with a furious synth up front and three staggered rhythms. The wiry funk in "UK Jamaican," with singer Terry Lynn, defines the plight of immigrants who think (or are forced to think) with "Kingston logic.

Tricky's debut album, Maxinquaye, appeared in the spring of 1995. charts at number two, despite the total lack of daytime radio airplay. Throughout 1995, Tricky was omnipresent in the . Tricky's next full-length solo effort, Angels with Dirty Faces, appeared in 1998, followed a year later by Juxtapose, a collaboration with Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs and DMX's Grease.

He began his career as an early collaborator of Massive Attack before embarking on a solo career with his debut album, Maxinquaye, in 1995. The release won Tricky popular acclaim and marked the beginning of a lengthy collaborative partnership with vocalist Martina Topley-Bird. He released four more studio albums before the end of the decade, including Pre-Millennium Tension and the pseudonymous Nearly God, both in 1996. Mixed Race released: 2010. Tricky Meets South Rakkas Crew released: 2009. Knowle West Boy released: 2008.