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Neil Landstrumm - Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast Album
Neil Landstrumm - Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast Album
Performer: Neil Landstrumm
Title: Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast
Label: Planet Mu
Country: UK
Released: 2009
Style: Dubstep
Cat: ZIQ246CD
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1811 mb | MP3 size: 2902 mb | WMA size: 1162 mb
Genre: Electronic
Tracklist

1How Do You Feel?3:35
2SK1 - The Damager5:21
3Say 'N Do
Featuring, Vocals – Profisee
5:02
4Can't See Me
Featuring, Vocals – Profisee
4:11
5Eva3:25
6Schlump Funk2:44
7The Coconut Kestrel3:06
86 At Le Mans4:05

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ZIQ246Neil Landstrumm Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast ‎(2x12")Planet MuZIQ246UK2009
ZIQ246Neil Landstrumm Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast ‎(2x12", TP, W/Lbl)Planet MuZIQ246UK2009
noneNeil Landstrumm Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast ‎(CDr, Promo)Planet MunoneUK2009
ZIQ246Neil Landstrumm Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast ‎(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Planet MuZIQ246UK2009

Credits

  • Art Direction, DesignRemote Location
  • Photography BySam Robinson
  • Written-By, Composed By, ProducerNeil Landstrumm

Notes

All tracks written, composed and produced at The Witness Rooms, Edinburgh 2009.

©+℗ 2009 Planet Mu Records Ltd
Made in the EU

Packaging: Transparent tray jewel case with a 12-page booklet.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 600116824615
  • Matrix / Runout: A976848-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L571
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9707
  • Other (Manufacturer Matrix Text): manufactured by optimal media production

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Planet Mu Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Planet Mu Records Ltd.
  • Produced At – The Witness Rooms
  • Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production – A976848

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Comments (1)
Thofyn
Neil Landstrumm produces his third album for Planet Mu, BAMBAATAA EATS HIS BREAKFAST, and with a title like that, you'd expect plenty of electro funk. And you wouldn't be entirely wrong: "The Coconut Kestrel" is a blippy fantasia, sort of the electro version of a waterfall. There's less of a dubstep element here than on his earlier album, even though the bass stays pretty thick throughout on "How Do You Feel?" and "Can't See Me." The rap finally comes to fruition on "Say 'N Do" and it fits quite well in its electric backing. "Schlump Funk" is pure booty-shaking material, while "SK1 - The Damager" has a silly, almost child-like melody on top of its thump. The final track, "6 At Le Mans" is all about the rough edges, like having jagged metal shards in your cereal bowl. It may not look appetizing, but it goes down just fine.