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Sidestepper takes Latin rhythms to a unique encounter with dub and electronic music, where drum & bass, dancehall and hip-hop meet with their Latin counterparts, uniting electronic and Caribbean trance in a timeless, irresistible dance party.

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  • Audio CD (April 22, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Palm Pictures (Audio
  • ASIN: B00008OLZ3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #242,785 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By John W. Warren on May 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is the latest in a string of discs that blur the boundaries between formerly distinct genres. Witness the Gotan Project's blend of tango and electronica, Bebel Gilberto's updating of bossa nova for the 21st century, or Madredeus' excellent disc of ambient-Fado, "Electronico." Here we have a tasteful "mojito" of salsa and electronic beats. If you are a purist, please pass--you'll be disappointed. Neither is it pounding house music. Instead, plaintive vocals and sultry violins mix with lively beats and touches of electronica. Not every track is a standout, but cuts such as "Deja," "Dame tu Querer" and "Donde Va Mi Corazón" are well worth the price of admission.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. M. Shoman on June 14, 2004
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This is the real "papaya" - hot sizzling, slick, slamming, and yet clever and cool - crosscutting and genre-bending. It is a must have for any lover of musica latina, jazz/soul, as well reggae/dancehall and a lotta funky attitude. The disc should have a warning that this is not for the musically challenged or the pigeonholer of styles... and if you are sitting still for Mas Papaya, then Papi, e'tas muerto - better grab a defibrillator!! Buy it, you will like eet!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dj David BoNobO on February 5, 2006
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What the world needs now is a clever and sharp Brit producer who knows how to find the rare talent that can create a fusion of Carribbean music for the 21st Century. Fortunately, with Richard Blair and Co., we have it here, and no one mixes electronica with traditional Latin beats better than Sidestepper. This disc has more downtempo smokey tracks than their last effort "More Grip," and the albumn demonstrates a greater stretch in scope of the musical territory it covers. Similarly, for those who can grasp the Spanish here, the songs show greater depth. However, if you're looking for la candela de bailar that "More Grip" presented, you should look to the tracks Mas Papaya and Me Gustas. Here they set things on fire in a way that even Campo from "More Grip" could not. The way Mas Papaya fuses Cumbia with Dancehall should even make Celso Piña envious, and Me Gustas hits it "on the one" with a funky African flavored joint you will struggle to get out of your head (or feet as the case may be!). If the new songs they are now playing live are any indication, the Afro thang seems to be the prevailing wind for the direction they are headed for the new albumn. I can't wait to see what suprises they will deliver for us with that one!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joshua H Archambault on August 3, 2004
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Two tracks in particular make this album stand out: Aunque Me Duela la Vida & Dame Tu Querer. WOW, is all I can say. I'm a drum & bass Dj, and honestly, I can rarely think of two tracks I couldn't live without. But, here are two tunes I listen to during my "down" time. And I feel blessed knowing someone could produce something this groovy, yet melodic and hypnotizing. These two songs alone make this album a neccesity. And just a word to the wise, Sidestepper produced a super groovy latin drum and bass tune "Logozo" which may still be found here and there. Happy listening. - Nexus Six
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Salanova on February 10, 2004
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These brits, god bless them. Somehow they manage to get colombian lyricists, jamaican style rhyming and techno beats all wrapped into a delicious package. If you like latin music, techno or just good music in general, you need this in your CD arsenal. Think of it as Buena Vista Social Club with a slamming techno undertone, that's it.
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