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DJ Krush - 深層 "The Message At The Depth" mp3 album

  • Performer: DJ Krush
  • Title: 深層 "The Message At The Depth"
  • Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop
  • Country: Japan
  • Formats: FLAC AA MP2 AHX ASF MP3 TTA
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Abstract, Trip Hop, Breakbeat, Downtempo
  • MP3 album: 1241 mb
  • FLAC album: 1138 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 682
DJ Krush - 深層 "The Message At The Depth" mp3 album

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In the world of independent hip-hop, artists either trailblaze like Quasimoto and El-P or salute their forebears like Blackalicious and Jurassic 5. Japanese breaks maestro DJ Krush is a curious exception to the rule; he seems virtually unaffected by trends yet encompasses many of them in his productions, and offers something different with virtually each release.

The Diceman (of The Legion) – Power of Now (2018). Efekto Alakrán – Leones Negros (ft. Bizor, Bonz, Dj Jihn Stalag I Sxkro) (2018). Ill Pekeño – San Cucufato EP (2019). Omar Maya Sesión con BeatUp Beats (2018). Just The Messenger – Message Inbox Full (2019). Diabolic – Liar & a Thief (2010) (Re-Upload). DJ Krush ‎– 寂 -Jaku- (2004) . DJ Krush ‎– 深層 "The Message At The Depth" (2003). Publicado mayo 25, 2014 Por Moro Moreno.

WAAHK!" on DJ Krush's seventh full-length, The Message at the Depth, that if all else fails (and it does), he can at least pretend that this album was 65 million years before its time. It reminds you of. You know. This record relies on the sorriest aural metaphors, the saddest cliches of late-90s electronica: Krush even employs a recurring theme of a black hole to illustrate war and destruction. It seethes and sucks beneath Anticon's anti-G. rants, the cocky hair-flipping diva crooning about Hiroshima on "Alephevo (Truthspeaking)", and "What About Tomorrow", this album's triumphant look towards the future.

In the world of independent Hip Hop, artists either trailblaze like Quasimoto and El-P or salute their forebears like Blackalicious and Jurassic 5.

Trihedron (Album Version). The Message At The Depth. Compositori: DJ Krush - Andy Smith - K. Johnson. 02. Toki No Tabiji (Journey Of Time) (Album Version). Compositori: DJ Krush. 03. Sanity Rain (Album Version). 04. Supreme Team (Album Version). Compositori: DJ Krush - High Priest - M. Sayyid. 05. The Blackhole (Album Version).

Not to be confused with Krush. DJ Krush prefers to exercise an ideological distance from the genres he is usually grouped into, while maintaining a healthy appreciation for all music forms and styles. Still, in general, he admits to having more affinity to the musical underground than the mainstream. Hip hop in Japan is divided in two parts. The Message at the Depth (2002). Incunabula (2010) (with Bill Laswell, et a. as Method of Defiance).

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Krush's latest album, The Message at the Depth, ignores much of his previous jazz and trip-hop work. Instead, he utilizes the musical platform to question the nature of truth and conflict in the world, as we teeter on the brink of war. The CD feels more electronic than his previous work, leaning on his sampler for much of the sound manipulation to get his point across. The layered fragments are sharp, like freshly cut aluminum. This is one of the album's highlights, flowing as though DJ Krush and Anti-Pop Consortium were meant to play together. Krush tends to have that effect on a lot of artists. He teams up with underground rapper Anticon on the oddball "Song for John Walker". This ode to the man dubbed "The American Taliban", captured in Afghanistan during the . led invasion in 2001, sums up the feeling of the entire album.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Trihedron
Drum Programming [Beat 1] – Isle Of Weight*Drum Programming [Beat 2] – Mr. EchoesDrum Programming [Beat 3], Music By – DJ KrushFeaturing – Opus*Music By – A. Smith*, K. Johnson*Recorded By, Edited By [Opus Passes] – The OpusRecorded By, Mixed By [Krush Passes, Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*Recorded By, Mixed By [Krush Passes] – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Opus Passes] – Joey "The Gridmaster" Fernandez*
6:30
2 Toki No Tabiji (Journey Of Time)
Lyrics By, Rap [Featuring] – IndenMusic By – DJ KrushRecorded By, Mixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*
6:19
3 Sanity Requiem
Music By – DJ KrushRecorded By, Mixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*
4:20
4 Supreme Team
Lyrics By – High Priest, M. SayyidMixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiMixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*Music By – DJ KrushRap [Featuring] – Anti-Pop Consortium*Recorded By [Krush Passes] – Mario MarinRecorded By, Mixed By [Anti-pop Consortium Passes] – Earl Blaize
3:49
5 The Blackhole
Music By – DJ KrushRecorded By, Mixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*
9:20
6 Song For John Walker
Co-producer, Recorded By, Engineer [Anticon Passes], Synthesizer [Casio Cz-101], Drum Programming [Sp1200], Scratches – JelFeaturing – AnticonLyrics By – A. Drucker*, B. Whitney*, D. Bryant*, J. Best*, J. Holland*, Y. Wolf*Music By – DJ Krush, J. Logan*Rap – Alias , Dose One, Passage, Sole, Pedestrian*, Why?Recorded By, Mixed By [Krush Passes, Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*Recorded By, Mixed By [Krush Passes] – Toshihiko Miyoshi
5:35
7 D'you Hear That?
Music By – DJ KrushRecorded By, Mixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*
0:59
8 Aletheuo (Truthspeaking)
Lyrics By, Music By, Vocals [Featuring] – Angelina EsparzaMusic By – DJ KrushRecorded By, Mixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*
5:13
9 The Lost Voices
Bass [Live], Music By – Robbie ShakespeareCo-producer – Handel Tucker, Patrick LindsayDrums [Live], Drum Programming [Additional], Music By – Sly DunbarFeaturing, Producer – Sly & RobbieMusic By – DJ KrushPercussion – Sky JuiceRecorded By, Mixed By – Rudy ValentinoRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Dejano McGlauglinRecorded By, Mixed By [Basic Sly & Robbie Live Passes] – Michael Bones Malak*
5:09
10 But The World Moves On
Bass, Drum Programming, Violin [Featuring] – D-MadnessCo-producer [D-madness Passes] – Mark Collins Music By – DJ Krush, Dwayne Jackson Music By, Saxophone [Alto], Flute [Featuring] – Masato NakamuraRecorded By [D-madness Passes] – Cyrus MartinRecorded By, Mixed By [Masato Nakamura & Krush Passes, Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*Recorded By, Mixed By [Masato Nakamura & Krush Passes] – Toshihiko Miyoshi
6:33
11 What About Tomorrow
Lyrics By, Music By, Vocals [Featuring] – AbijahMusic By – DJ KrushRecorded By, Mixed By – Toshihiko MiyoshiRecorded By, Mixed By [Assistant] – Yo-hei Ichikawa*
6:08
Video Aletheuo (Truthspeaking)
Film Director – Tatsuya OhtaVocals [Featuring] – Angelina Esparza
3:49

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – HAL Studio
  • Recorded At – Boca Music
  • Recorded At – The Sack
  • Recorded At – Unique Recording
  • Recorded At – Chemist Studio
  • Recorded At – dEADCLOUD Studio
  • Recorded At – Bridge Studios
  • Recorded At – Anchor Recording Studio
  • Recorded At – Living Room Studio
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
  • Manufactured By – RED Distribution
  • Distributed By – RED Distribution

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Noriko Asano, Yuki Noda
  • Mastered By – Chris Athens
  • Producer – DJ Krush

Notes

Title romanization: "Shinsou".

Recorded at:
HAL Studio (1-3, 5-8, 10, 11)
Boca Music, IL
The Sack, Brooklyn, NY
Unique Recording Studios, NY
Anticon's 59th St. Chemist Studio & the dEADCLOUD Studio, Oakland, CA
The Bridge Studios, Conshohcken, Pennsylvania
Anchor Recording Studios, Kingston, Jamaica
Living Room Studio, Austin, TX
Mastered at Sterling Sound (NY).

℗ & © 2003 Sony Music Entertainment (Japan), Inc. Manufactured and distributed by RED Ink, a division of RED Distribution. Distributed exclusively in the United States by RED Distribution.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 66927 10522 7
  • Barcode (String): 766927105227
  • Matrix / Runout: 49367BM-03 WK-71052 021212-08

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SRJL 1063~64 DJ Krush 深層 "The Message At The Depth" ‎(2xLP, Album) SMEJ SRJL 1063~64 Japan 2002
none DJ Krush Shinsou ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Small none France 2002
CK 91725 DJ Krush 深層 "The Message At The Depth" ‎(CD, Album) Sony Music Records CK 91725 Canada 2003
MOVLP1153 DJ Krush 深層 "The Message At The Depth" ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180) Es.U.Es Corporation, Music On Vinyl MOVLP1153 Europe 2014
COL 509698 1, 5096981000 DJ Krush 深層 "The Message At The Depth" ‎(2xLP, Album) Columbia, Columbia COL 509698 1, 5096981000 Europe 2002



Reviews about DJ Krush - 深層 "The Message At The Depth" (2):
Burilar
"Trihedron," the first track off DJ Krush's MESSAGE AT THE DEPTH, morphs from organic sounds to a solid rhythm, as a double bass and, later, a horn, quietly snake their way through. "Toki No Tabiji" is heavier and equally abstract, though the Japanese rap keeps things more down to earth. Krush seems to take a more industrial approach overall to his hip-hop, with the mechanical grind of "Sanity Requiem" or the submarine glugs on "Supreme Team" (which is kept in motion by the Antipop Consortium). The long "The Blackhole" has a jittery paranoia around it, while the cLOUDDEAD guys add their voices to the political "Song For John Walker." Meanwhile, the country-western twang on "Aletheuo (Truthspeaking)" gives that track a unique sensibility, aided, in no small part, by Angelina Esparza's dreamy vocals. Sly & Robbie help out with the dub on "The Lost Voices," while "But The World Moves On" dives back into the jazz. The album ends on the dub of "What About Tomorrow," closing out one of Krush's most complex works to date.
Malodred
I think this is my favourite DJ Krush release due to the tracks Trihedron and The Black Hole. These are absolutly outstanding tracks. They are both very abstract. The Black Hole sounds like a Chorus/Flanger filter was put on his drum samples, or something like that, making it sound glitchy and stuff, it's totaly insane. The third track is like it, but the samples are less sharp, more repeatitive, and hardcore. Other tracks have this style on this album too, it's my favourite style ever. Also, The Black Hole lasts 9 minutes which is also a great plus! Track 7 is also a good one.

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