Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole - 1997 Downtempo Techno Big Beat 2LP

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Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole

Label:Astralwerks
Cat. #: ASW 6180
Format:2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Record is VG+ VG++
Cover: VG+ VG++ Ringwear, minor cornerwear, minor edgewear (See our pic)
Notes: Comes in Gatefold Cover.
Recorded at Orinoco Studios, South London.
Mastered at The Exchange.

A1 contains a sample from "Gucci Again", as performed by Schoolly D. Used courtesy of Jive Records / Zomba Music.
B1 contains a vocal sample performed by Keith Murray, licensed courtesy of Illiotic Music Inc.
C1 contains excerpts from "It Comes On Anyhow", as performed by Lothar and The Hand People, used under license from Capital Records, a division of Capital Records Inc.
C3 contains a sample from "Money Runner" as performed by John Schroeder, licensed courtesy of Polydor Limited.

℗ 1997 Astralwerks/Caroline Records
© 1997 Virgin Records Limited
Country:US
Released:1997
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Techno, Big Beat


Tracklist:

A1 Block Rockin' Beats
5:13
A2 Dig Your Own Hole
5:27


B1 Elektrobank
8:18
B2 Piku
4:55
B3 Setting Sun ( w/ Noel Gallagher)
5:27


C1 It Doesn't Matter
6:14
C2 Don't Stop The Rock
4:49
C3 Get Up On It Like This
6:05


D1 Lost In The K-Hole
3:52
D2 Where Do I Begin ( w/ Beth Orton )
6:56
D3 The Private Psychedelic Reel
9:21


Credits

Design [The Designers] – Negativespace
Edited By, Compiled By – Cheeky Paul
Engineer – Steve Dub (tracks: A1 to B2, C1, C2, D1 to D3)
Engineer [Assistant] – John Collyer*
Mastered By – Mike Marsh
Performer [The Players] – Ed Simons, Tom Rowlands
Producer – The Chemical Brothers
Written-By – Simons, Rowlands

Block Rockin' Beats' also won a grammy. Not surprised because it is such a fantastic song. Their second single, 'Setting Sun' has vocals from their first collaboration with Oasis' Noel Gallagher. I first heard the instrumental version of this song off 'The Saint' soundtrack, which is equally good. The rhythm has a rock/techno feeling, and it has a tune which you can dance to. Another good song is 'Lost in the K-Hole', which has a guy saying 'Your ideas, your ideas', and something else that sounds like he's saying it backwards.

Another beautifully made song is 'Where Do I Begin'. This is the second calloboration with Beth Orton, the first being 'Alive Alone' on 'Exit Planet Dust.'

And the last track on the LP, 'The Private Psychedelic Reel' has a (pretty obvious) Psychedelic/Techno beat to it. It is their second best end song (The first being 'The Test' on 'Come With Us') and is their longest end song. There are no vocals, but it has a rhythmic vibe and is very crafty

The Chemical Brothers - Block Rockin' Beats

the 90s rocked quite a bit, all this electronic explosion into the mainstream felt so fresh... Jungle, Drum'n'Bass, Big Beat, (Deep) House, Glitch, Trip Hop, Downtempo, all at once,

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The Chemical Brothers - Lost In The K-Hole


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the Chemical Brothers - Don't Stop The Rock

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Format 2LP
Label Astralwerks