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Without Warning - Land Of The Lunatics flac

  • Performer: Without Warning
  • Album: Land Of The Lunatics
  • Label: Power Lab Recordings
  • Catalog #: P.LAB LP1
  • FLAC: 1527 mb | MP3: 1814 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Country: UK
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 221
  • Category: Hip hop
Without Warning - Land Of The Lunatics flac

Tracklist

1Lock Me In A Cage
2Land Of The Lunatics
3Visions Of Rhyn
4Without Warning
5Outro
6Koded Red
7Kode Of Honour
8Tear Your Soul
9Intro
10More Visions
11Pushing Max Level
12Bunch Of Lunatics
13Well I'm A Sire
14Bad Dreams

Credits

  • Co-producer, Lyrics ByKode Red G
  • EngineerAdam Whittaker
  • Mixed ByAdam Whittaker
  • Photography By [Cover Photo By]Neil Harvey
  • Producer, Scratches [Scratching Performed By]Diamond Sire

Notes

℗ © 1996 Power Lab

Companies

  • Produced For – Without Warning Productions
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Power Lab
  • Copyright (c) – Power Lab

Pooker
Diamond sire was from newbury. checkout his youtube channel. without warning tunes are there
Nuadador
I remember owning a copy of this album back in 96. i thought it was horror Rap with samples from horror movies. I like this album very much and would love to get it back some day.
Liarienen
Strangely enough, Without Warning's debut album 'Land of the Lunatics' does come with a warning, you know, those Parental Advisory - Explicit Lyric labels.... none too surprising though.
Combining the talents of rapper Kode Red G and DJ/Rapper, Diamond Sire, it's a pretty much in your face Hip-Hop album with some excellent sampling, scratching, rapping and weird and wonderful noisy bits.
Recorded by Adam Whittaker at BRP Total Audio, 'Land of the Lunatics' offers a cool blend, from the lazy groove of the title track, to the mildly manic 'More Visions'.
Although most of the rapping is based around violence, murder, mayhem and general chaos, the subject matter is warmly off-set by a kind of 'Night of the Living Dead' tongue in cheek, horror with humour approach.
If comparisons were to be made, you could mention Wu-Tang Clan, and possibly Black Radical or Necro, but with certain original highlights like the hard hitting 'Koded Red' and the haunting 'Bad Dreams', it is difficult to pidgeon hole the Duo.
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