LEFTFIELD - RHYTHM AND STEALTH

LEFTFIELD

RHYTHM AND STEALTH

2LP
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After Leftfield's debut album Leftism, which was released in 1995 [MOVLP044], it took 4 years for the London-based producers duo to release the sequel. Their 2nd and final album moves moves from funk to hip hop to techno to electro, to ambient and dub, but still sounds cohesive.
  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
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Catalog # : MOVLP098Format : 2 LP, 180 gramReleasedate : 2010-04-29
Barcode : 0886976991111Sleeve : 5mmOriginal Release : 1999 

Side A

1. Dusted
2. Phat Planet

Side B

1. Chant of a Poor Man
2. Double Flash
3. El Cid

Side C

1. Afrika Shox
2. Dub Gussett

Side D

1. Swords
2. 6/8 War
3. Rino's Prayer

After Leftfield's debut album Leftism, which was released in 1995 [MOVLP044], it took 4 years for the London-based producers duo to release the sequel.

Sounding completely different than the first album, Rhythm And Stealth was worth waiting for. It sounds more diverse and solid than its predecessor and contains exciting collaborations with Roots Manuva on the track "Dusted" and Hip Hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa on the dance floor killer "Afrika Shox", which was accompanied by a state-of-the-art and shocking video. Rhythm and Stealth is a great excursion into many different styles; it moves from funk to hip hop to techno to electro, to ambient and dub, but still sounds cohesive.

You might even recognize some of the tracks from the movies. "Swords" was featured in the 1999 movie Go and "Afrika Shox" can be heard in the box office success movie Vanilla Sky, starring Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl