Wednesday, 18 February 2009
Hi there, to accommodate Jack Sparrow and to finish my tribute to Mr. Oizo, here's the last part of the trilogy.
The last three tracks are some gems, for starters I‘ll post Steroids. Uffie adds her punky touch to this song with her vocals, but if you ignore these vocals you'll find Oizo's greatest talent, making damn good tunes.
Mr. Oizo Featuring Uffie - Steroids [right click to download]
Next is one of the two song from the album I got to experience at a party. I was one of the few people who already heard it beforehand and the others were easily discovered: they all went just as wild as I did to these awkward beats. The vocal explain perfectly what happened, We're animals. I present to you, Positif (check the EP).
Mr. Oizo - Positif [right click to download]
The last song is the highlight of the album, Bruce Willis Is Dead. I first heard it in Sebastian’s set at I Love Techno last year and immediately fell in love. It’s based on the rave classic James Brown is dead by LA Style (a track worthy of posting hint hint, being one of the few really good rave classics). Bruce Willis Is Dead starts with a bold statement, and what follows is one hell of a bass line. Fun trivia: they played this song in a club in Vegas when Bruce Willis was present.
Mr. Oizo - Bruce Willis Is Dead [right click to download]
So now I think it's time for a little summary of Lambs Anger: if you like it, buy it. If you don't, buy it next year when you finally realized how good Mr. Oizo is.
Enjoy, Mr. Brown