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The Merchant Of Menace - Outside Looking Out album mp3


Tracklist

Outside Looking Out (Part 1) 3:07
Kickin' Ass 3:16
Who Do You Love? 3:29
Stoopid Policeman 5:06
Gettin' High Is Really Hip 3:01
Poppers Don't Preach (Deep Trouble) 3:36
Hide The Knives (Maad) 3:34
A Very Baad Man 1:41
You Done Me Wrong 4:36
Chinese Burna (Dope Dope) 3:13
Who's Ya God? (Can He Help You?) 5:17
Foo Man Choon 3:58
The Plan 5:12
I Feel Free 3:53
Enemy Of The President (Who's The Patsy?) 4:11
Outside Looking Out (Part 2) 3:21
Kickin' Ass (Fone Phreaks Remix) 4:38
Foo Man Choon (Busface Remix) 3:24

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AJXCD 142 The Merchant Of Menace Outside Looking Out ‎(CD, Album) Acid Jazz AJXCD 142 UK 2002
SVP LP 001 The Merchant Of Menace Outside Looking Out ‎(2xLP) Super Villain Wreckuds SVP LP 001 UK 1999
SVP CD 001 The Merchant Of Menace Outside Looking Out ‎(CD, Album) Super Villain Wreckuds SVP CD 001 UK 1999
The Merchant Of Menace - Outside Looking Out album mp3
Performer: The Merchant Of Menace
Genre: Electronic
Title: Outside Looking Out
Country: UK
Released: 1999
Style: Breakbeat, House, Downtempo, Big Beat
MP3 version ZIP size: 1349 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1301 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 901
Other Formats: APE DXD DTS VOX VQF MIDI MP3

Lanadrta
I freakin' love this CD. Some trumpets, pianos, keyboards, hip-hop vocals and other jazz-influenced sounds combined with acid loops breakbeats are the recipe of "Outside Looking Out".In my opinion, it contains one of the best big beat anthems ever made : "Foo Man Choon". And what about "Chinese Burna" ! It is indeed 200% dope. This album may not have the same production level of Propellerheads (to be honest, some moments like that noise (a horn?) in "Kickin' Ass" and the laugh in "Stoopid Policeman" does not sound that good), but it remains such a fun time listening to this on the whole.If you decide to pick up this album, I really recommend this version from 2002, instead of the original from 1999. The simple reason is that it contains more songs which are also very good.Ultimate highlights : "Foo Man Choon", "Chinese Burna" and both parts of "Outside Looking Out".