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Woman's Gotta Have It (Expanded Version)


Download links and information about Woman's Gotta Have It (Expanded Version) by Cornershop. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:21:30 minutes.

Artist: Cornershop
Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:21:30
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No. Title Length
1. 6 A.M. Jullandar Shere 6:23
2. Hong Kong Book of Kung Fu 3:24
3. Roof Rack 3:48
4. My Dancing Days Are Done 3:31
5. Call All Destroyer 2:25
6. Camp Orange 3:47
7. Wog 3:15
8. Jansimram King 3:36
9. Looking for a Way In 7:48
10. 7:20 A.M. Jullandar Shere 9:47
11. Never Leave Yourself Open 3:28
12. Rehoused 4:04
13. Jullandar Shere (All Fetters Loose Mix) 5:50
14. Wog (Witchman Alternate Mix) 3:59
15. Wog (Freaky's Acid DJ Mix) 7:29
16. Jullandar Shere (Jeh Jeh Mix) 8:56



Tjinder Singh's Cornershop has created the perfect hybrid of Western indie rock and swirling Eastern traditional music: Hindi-pop. It's not like what the Beatles did with sitars nor is it classifiable as worldbeat: Cornershop is unique. "Jullandar Shere" opens and closes the album on an Eastern note but with a hip-hop twist. It's an adventure in lo-fi noise pop with the drone of tamboura, native percussion, and processed vocal sung in Punjabi providing the rhythm. "Hong Kong Book of Kung Fu" conveys indignation through its angry guitar and spit-sung lyrics. "Call All Destroyer" has Singh leading on funky bass like old-school political rockers Gang of Four. The anti-melodies are similar to stock indie rock, but the sonic dissonance created on dholki, harmonium, and flute separates Cornershop from the pack as they reclaim a racial stereotype (that every Asian in Great Britain tends a corner shop) while creating their very own roots music with a message.