Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Unkle, Ian Brown|
Genres: Dance & Electronic, New Age, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock
Japanese edition of the second single from 1998's highly acclaimed album 'Psyence Fiction', a reworking of the standout instrumental 'Unreal' with ex-Stone Roses vocalist Ian Brown adding his vocals to it! Contains eight ... more »
Japanese edition of the second single from 1998's highly acclaimed album 'Psyence Fiction', a reworking of the standout instrumental 'Unreal' with ex-Stone Roses vocalist Ian Brown adding his vocals to it! Contains eight cuts, 'Be There' (Underdog Remix), 'The Knock-On Effect' (remixed by Oasis' Noel Gallagher) and five tracks NOT on any European format, 'The Knock' (Indopepsychics Remix), 'Be There' (KZA & Kent Remix) & three mixes of 'Celestial Annihilation' (Dub Version, DJ Assault Remix & The Committee Remix). The Japanese edition also has something limited to the initial pressing only, an obie strip that doubles as a sticker sheet! 1999 release. Thick, oversized slipcase with inner protective sleeve.
(4 out of 5 stars)
"BE THERE is hauntingly brought to life with the inclusion of ian brown's vocals which is not included on the domestic release of psyence fiction.The aggressive underdog mix is phenomenal. In my opinion this is the best toy's factory/mowax single release. A must for an UNKLE fan."
Stunning title track, but not worth it
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Be There is a stunning track. The best vocal track UNKLE have ever done, in my opinion. Both the Underdog and KZA & Kent remixes are quality, too. Unfortunately the rest of the EP doesn't hold up as well. The Knock-On Effect is a middling, if interesting, thrash version of The Knock. The 3 versions of Celestial Annihilation are pretty inessential, with the DJ Assault version being the best."