Still Dancing On John Wayne's Head
Download links and information about Still Dancing On John Wayne's Head by The Fire This Time. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Electronica, Jazz, Dancefloor, Reggae, Dub, Dance Pop genres. It contains 7 tracks with total duration of 40:09 minutes.
|Artist:||The Fire This Time|
|Genre:||Electronica, Jazz, Dancefloor, Reggae, Dub, Dance Pop|
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|1.||I Love The Future||3:49|
|2.||Sisters and Brothers||4:01|
|3.||No White Borders (Dub)||6:04|
|4.||Ohtokin (Prime Thought Meets Mannaseh Mix)||8:58|
|5.||At Least American Indian People Know Exactly How They've Been F****d Around (Mad Professor Mix)||5:52|
|6.||Oka (Ambient Mix)||5:20|
The Fire This Time is a loose collective of politically active hip-hop, reggae and techno artists dedicated to radical agitation and funky breaks. Those who are more interested in the latter than the former needn't worry — every moment of eye-rolling rhetorical banality ("I'll be honest with you, I hate war") is buttressed by a compelling rhythmic structure, whether it's Michael Franti's loping hip-hop groove or the Asian Dub Foundation's trippy, clattering drum'n'bass. On "Warriors Dub," Pat Andrade and Nick Mannaseh take Krikati Indian chants from Brazil and wed them to a nice midtempo reggae groove; "Reso Para 'Jah'" combines English, Spanish and Mohawk vocals and folds them into a crunchy Adrian Sherwood mix. Just goes to show that "politically correct" and "fun" don't have to be antonyms. Highly recommended.