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Various Artists / Juncture
Album:Juncture Collection:General
Artist:Various Artists Added:Nov 2004
Label:Pi Recordings 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2004-12-12 Pull Date:2005-02-13 
Week Ending:Feb 13Jan 2Dec 26

 Recent Airplay
1.Feb 12, 2005:the Dog and Pony Show
3.Dec 22, 2004:Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
Jet Set
2.Dec 31, 2004:Hail To The Past, Move Towards The Future
Code Blue

Album Review
Guest DJ Account
Reviewed 2004-12-07 
Jazz/electronic/hip-hop/experimental compilation/concept CD: every track on the disc is inspired by a different work of short fiction. The CD is part of a “large collaborative project” involving some visual stuff as well as these short stories. The result can be annoying, but the CD does have its moments.

Reviewed 12/7/2004 by Shivaram.

1. Electronic. Slow, simple beat. What sounds like a marimba. Violin soloist. Repetitive.
2. Electronic. Slow. Irregular beat, jazzy feel. Distorted male and female spoken vocals; “obsession” repeated. Piano runs and bass. Very unfriendly lounge music.
3. * Electric. Insistent drumbeat. Guitar, bass, and drums; all instrumental. Sharp and jangly, but not harsh. Vaguely robotic; grows and develops. Interesting.
4. Electronic. Dark, rubbery beat. Industrial-sounding clicks and whooshes. Skirts dark ambient. Monotonous.
5. * Jazz. Takes a while to get started. Turns wild, aggressive, and chaotic. Slows down to saxophone melody, with piano and percussion, by 3:15. Leaves as slowly as it came in.
6. Electronic. Starts with irregular, tuned percussion. Almost starts to “rock” around 2:00; weird, noisy bounce. Falls back down into a tuneless, cymbal-propelled march. Vinyl scratching throughout.
7. * Electronic. Fast, heavily percussive. Complicated, intense beat track. Overstays its welcome a little.
8. Self-conscious world-music. West African drums and flute. Male spoken word.
9. * Jazz. Arranged, slow, elegant. Flute, piano and sax dominate; virtuosic sax runs towards the end. Definitely the most listenable track on the CD.
10. Electronic. Genuine (though unimpressive) male vocals. A lot of bass underneath. Pop-flavored electronic percussion and noises.
11. Hip-hop. Bass and piano runs. Two men rapping about sibling rivalry.

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1.Dj Spooky that Subliminal KidCode Blue
2.Hurt, JamesGreed (Be Careful What U Wis
3.Turing MachineFriday I Died
4.High PriestThird Rail
5.Iyer, VijayImperium (Peace Prize/War Cr
6.Ladd, MikeLi'l Boy (Dirty Git-Git)
7.Reid, VernonDystosphere 3
8.Pace, LorenzoJalani's Jungle Music
9.Collins, JayCharacter
10.Gaugh, MicahJet Set
11.Real Live Show, theSweet Poison