Category: Classic Rock

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    1. Shaktigis

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      Feb 04,  · Title track "Boss Drum" is classic Shamen, recalling earlier incarnations c. "In Gorbachev We Trust" with haunting guitar and fabulous whooshing sounds. "LSI," with vocals by the lovely Jhelisa Anderson, is a great pop tune, but wrecked like so many Shamen singles by those flipping Beatmasters - go instead for the Shamen's own version on the CD /5().
    2. Fegis

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      Boss Drum The Shamen Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. Re: Evolution 11 Boss Dub 12 Phorever Dub More By The Shamen See All. En-Tact Axis Mutatis Boss Drum En-Tact Make It Mine - EP Hystericool: The Best of the Alternate Mixes You May Also Like.
    3. Magis

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      The Shamen - Boss Drum Sello: One Little Indian - COCY Formato: CD, Maxi-Single País: Japan Publicado:
    4. Mezijind

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      Feb 04,  · Musically innovative, eclectic and daring yes - but timeless, no. While some of it kept the essence of The Shamen's earlier and way more progressive incarnation/s, "Boss Drum" is a mixed trendy bag of (missed) opportunities. Many keep pointing out Mr. C's raps - 4/5(76).
    5. Mosho

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      Now That's What I Call Music! 6 (U.S. series) It debuted at number one on the Billboard, selling, units in its first week of release. It is the second number-one album in the series, following Now 4, and has been certified 3× Platinum by the RIAA. The album features three Billboard Hot number-one hits: " Independent Women Part I ", Label: Epic.
    6. Kigaran

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      With Mr. C now a full-time member of the Shamen, and Jhelisa Anderson (who was chosen to replace Plavka) providing guest vocals, the Boss Drum album followed in Boss Drum featured a spoken-word collaboration, "Re:Evolution" with Terence McKenna, and the Shamen's biggest and most controversial hit: "Ebeneezer Goode". ".
    7. Moogubei

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Boss Drum on Discogs/5(9).
    8. Vur

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      The absolute center-piece of the album, to me, is the McKenna collaboration "Re:Evolution", but other highlights are "Boss Drum" and "Phorever People". Do yourself, and the rest of the planet, a favour, and pick this up and give it an honest chance.

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