Leftfield ‎– Rhythm And Stealth - 1999 EXP Downtempo Techno - 180 Grm Audiophile 2LP

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Leftfield ‎– Rhythm And Stealth

Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP098
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 Gram
29 Apr 2010
Breakbeat, Dub, Techno


A1 Dusted 4:41
A2 Phat Planet 5:23


B1 Chant Of A Poor Man 5:56
B2 Double Flash 4:12
B3 El Cid 6:02


C1 Afrika Shox 5:37
C2 Dub Gussett 4:51


D1 Swords 5:07
D2 6/8 War 4:13
D3 Rino's Prayer 6:54


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Pressed By – Record Industry
Manufactured By – Music On Vinyl
Distributed By – Music On Vinyl
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment


180 gram audiophile vinyl
Printed inner sleeves

( amazon cutomer) " Neil Barnes and Paul Daley, the Leftfield masterminds behind 1995's sumptuous dance stew Leftism, have gone one better with Rhythm and Stealth. A little darker than its predecessor, the long-awaited sophomore effort clearly ranks with dance music's most versatile and human albums, ranging from big blocking dance-floor beats to waves of ambient melancholy, all framed bewitchingly as actual songs. Kicking in hard with the sub-thumping hip-hop trip of "Dusted" and uppercutting it with a spacey "Phat Planet", the momentum is maintained by the looping pyscho-techno mantra of "Double Flash." It is "El Cid," all sleepy, warm, sunny Sunday mornings, that offers the first hint of the richer personality to come. And while "Afrika Shox" rattles cages and "Swords" is undeniably addictive, the lush mystery of "Reno" best personifies the beauty and brilliance of this album. The song encompasses the aura of Nusrat Fatah Ali Kahn with an enormous, beautiful bottom end and engaging waves of samplers used like strings. Rhythm and Stealth is a unique entity, the best of electronic sound, with an organic, real heart pumping away inside. --Steffan Chirazi"

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Condition New
Format 2LP, 180 Gram
Label Music On Vinyl
Color Black