Emperor's Nightingale (+3 Bonus Tracks) - Stereo Mc`s
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Stereo MCS rose to fame in the '90s, eventually becoming one of the UK's biggest rap groups, thanks in part to massive singles like "Connected." For their new full-length, central duo Nick Hallam and Rob Birch have moved away from their usual sample-based approach to create an album that grew out of "old school jam sessions, with bass, guitar, drums and vocals." "We've really had to re-learn how to make music," says Birch. "But when you actually start to see some progress, and hear yourself making some sounds that you've never made before, your enthusiasm really starts to generate again. And then you get a grip on it, and you start to see what you can do. It's like we're not really in the dark anymore." They've reached out beyond their core group of long-term friends and on-stage collaborators, and, for the first time, have written with other artists including Jamie Cullum, Bruce Woolley (best known for his work in the '70s and '80s with Trevor Horn - he co-wrote "Video Killed the Radio Star" and "Slave to the Rhythm") and Nathan Drake and Greg Fleming (aka Deekline & Wizard).
- Wooden Heart
- Phase Me
- Far Out Feeling
- Sunny Day
- Bring It On (Path To The Mind And The Soul And The Spirit)
- Desert Song
- Wooden Heart Reprise
- Waves - Bonus Track
- Boy (Rack N Ruin remix) - Bonus Track
- Boy - Bonus Track