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  • Performer: Unlimbo
  • Album: Prahna Fish
  • FLAC: 1533 mb | MP3: 1399 mb
  • Released: 1998
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Dub, Space Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Tribal
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 470
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Unlimbo - Prahna Fish download album

Unlimbo - Prahna Fish from the album "Prahna Fish" (1998) Dave - Drums. Paul - Percussion, Vocals. John - Decks, Samplers.

Prahna Fish Album produced by Polygraph. Internationally distributed by Delerium Records. In lieu of any 'lyrical' vocals, the band employ lots of spoken-word voice samples from numerous sources (Captain Kirk and Bones make an appearance), including more than a few drug-related passages.

In lieu of any 'lyrical' vocals, the band employ lots of spoken-word voice samples from numerous sources (Captain Kirk and Bones make an appearance), including more than a few drug-related passages. Unlimbo does have a few of their own tricks up their collective sleeves. Early in the album, "Flinch" is only classifiable as a 'hoedown dub,' Grun's violin more aptly termed 'fiddle. And then the reggae stylings of "Bagdub" are less like the Ozrics' version than the Police's take on things. A much freakier version of the Police, no doubt, and a nice guitar solo to boot. Prahna Fish' hardly treads upon virgin ground, but yet I still feel it deserves high praise.

Download Prahna Fish by Unlimbo at Juno Download. Listen to this and millions more tracks online. Cat: POLY 003 Released: 3 October, 2009 Genre: Balearic/Downtempo. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Unlimbo - Prahna Fish. Photo of Unlimbo - Prahna Fish. More albums of Unlimbo: Nine Lives. Genre is Electronic Rock. This album was released on the label Polygraph Music (catalog number POLY03). This album was released in 1998 year.

David Unlimbo (guitar & synths) with Zoltan Finger (Bass), Zenga Bloem (percussion) and Charlie Rascall (drums & percussion). David, Zenga and Lyndon have been playing together for over eight years. In his previous incarnation as UNLIMBO, David produced six albums including Prahna Fish, Unlimbits and Nine Lives. Glastonbury, Burg Herzberg, Antiworld, Megadog, Big Green and Wickerman are amongst the dozens of festivals he has played. Ace percussionist Zenga Bloem featured on all Unlimbo's releases, from the debut album in 1997 to their swansong release of 2002. Zenga has been touring and recording with David since the early days of Unlimbo and is a frequent member of the Akahum entourage in the UK and abroad.

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Unlimbo - "Prahna Fish"(Polygraph 1998, Poly Delerium Records). In lieu of any 'lyrical' vocals, the band employ lots of spoken-word voice samples from numerous sources (Captain Kirk and Bones make an appearance).

Internal Exile ("A Collection of a Boy's Own Stories") was Fish's second solo album after leaving Marillion in 1988. The album, released 28 October 1991, was inspired by the singer's past, his own personal problems and his troubled experiences with his previous record label EMI. The album's music reflects Fish's indulgence in the vast regions of music that he wanted to explore as a solo artist; most notably Celtic music and folk styles.

Tracklist

1 Nahton 4:06
2 Flinch 4:57
3 Bagdub 7:14
4 Prahna Fish 7:18
5 Spellbound 9:20
6 Acoutrek 7:29
7 Inertia 7:47

Credits

  • Bass – Giles Granger
  • Congas, Bongos, Percussion – Paul Csordas
  • Drums – Dave Pankhurst
  • Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer, Sampler, Djembe, Didgeridoo – David Hands
  • Keyboards – Chris Muggeridge
  • Percussion, Sampler, Drums, Turntables – John Richardson
  • Violin – Gundula Grun

Notes

© POLYGRAPH 1998.
All tracks written & performed by UNLIMBO, copyright 1998.
Prahna Fish Album produced by Polygraph.
Internationally distributed by Delerium Records.

(Oxymentalsubdubethersplifforganoshudderspleenofolktcularpropolylunaticjig).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 032966 000621
  • Matrix / Runout: DP001 SFH UK 01819615144
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD11

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
POLY 003 Unlimbo Prahna Fish ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Worldvenue Records POLY 003 UK 2009
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Unlike the Delerium lot, Unlimbo is a 'free-festy' style psychedelic band that stayed the course and have not dived full-bore into electronica mode. I guess that's why they haven't been signed on to Delerium, instead releasing this third effort (following a 3-track EP and a 9-track live CD) on their own independent Polygraph label. That said, the seven-member unit does claim multiple hands on synths, samples, decks, and various forms of percussion. But "Drum & Bass" doesn't come to mind. Rather, from the very opening of "Nahton," the words "Ozric" & "Tentacle" are conjured up instead.Prahna Fish's seven tracks add up to almost 50 minutes, and so Unlimbo likes to play around with each idea for about 6-8 minutes or so, relying on the usual smattering of reggae/dub rhythms and eastern flavors. In lieu of any 'lyrical' vocals, the band employ lots of spoken-word voice samples from numerous sources (Captain Kirk and Bones make an appearance), including more than a few drug-related passages. For example, in the midst of the wonderfully dreamy title track, we hear "You don't have to do anything now but hallucinate... I'll come back for you later." Shortly thereafter, Gundula Grun's violin and Chris Muggeridge's synths dance amongst themselves over an active bassline and punctuated beat, the resemblance to Hawkwind's Palace Springs almost too uncanny. "Spellbound" is one of the more evolved tracks, practically a medley of many different themes with shifting focus (guitar to bass to synth) presented at intervals of thirty seconds or so. Very nice. The album finishes off with "Inertia," yet another eight-minute space-reggae tune that recalls any Ozrics or Dead Flowers tune you care to mention... but at least it's a good one. Unlimbo does have a few of their own tricks up their collective sleeves. Early in the album, "Flinch" is only classifiable as a 'hoedown dub,' Grun's violin more aptly termed 'fiddle.' And then the reggae stylings of "Bagdub" are less like the Ozrics' version than the Police's take on things. A much freakier version of the Police, no doubt, and a nice guitar solo to boot.'Prahna Fish' hardly treads upon virgin ground, but yet I still feel it deserves high praise. The Ozrics spawned a whole slew of copy-cats, some of which turned out to be superior to this listener's ears (the aforementioned Dead Flowers and Ship of Fools, for example). David Hands' guitar work is notably less prevalent than Ed Wynne's contribution to any given OT disc, but the clever use of sampled voices, lots of extra-spacey synths, and violin and didgeridoo fill any suspected void quite satisfactorily. I can't predict how long Unlimbo can stay 'relevant' in the neo-psychedelic world in this guise, but given their strong musicianship, capable song-writing, and high freakiness factor, future albums aren't likely to be stinkers at least.© by Keith Henderson, taken from aural-innovations.com
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