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  • ASIN: B000BNY6E2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,535,657 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By splitendsjustifythemeans on October 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This was released way back in 1996, but still holds up. It kicks off with Transcedence by Thievery Corporation, which was left off the original pressing of Hi-Fi. Next is Hijack by Thunderball, which later appeared on their first album, and is nice drum and bass. The Collector by Liftoff (really Thunderball again) is more upbeat then their usual stuff. One of the big surprises in The Far East Coast, by The Exodus Quartet. This group started off as Eric Hilton's side project, but this track is credited to him and Rob Garza, so I guess you'd call it a Thievery track. They were still showing their hip-hop roots with this song, as well as their Asian influence, making this is a very unusual, but very good song. Summer Down by Kevin England is nice darker song. Next up is The Foundation, again by Thievery, and is the best example of how this time period was an example of how they could make great songs with just a few elements. Angel Headed Hipster by Liftoff is a great laid-back track, and makes you wonder why Thunderball didn't do more with this Liftoff idea (as far as I know, they only brought it back for Welcome Back Cooper, some 6-7 years later). As Red As My Eyes Get by Peace Bureau (another Hilton side project, with Farid Ali) is ok, but nothing special. Ultra Thin by Thunderball is fairly generic, which explains why it didn't make it onto their album. So Vast as the Sky by Thievery appears here in its full length (it's been trimmed by a minute or so on the UK CD version), and is great stuff. Maenad by Kevin England is a slow song, and ends the album nicely. But whatever happened to this guy? He's never released anything since. This would make a great buy for any fans of Thievery or of 18th Street Lounge in general
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...this is a must have. Tracks 6 & 7 are killer. Starts out chill and ends awesome. I will be picking up more if they come out...
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By -aquarius- on January 26, 2012
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1. Thievery Corporation - Transcendence
2. Thunderball - Hijack
3. Liftoff - The Collector
4. Exodus Quartet - The Far East Coast (Thievery Edit)
5. Kevin England - Summer Down
6. Thievery Corporation - The Foundation
7. Liftoff - Angel Headed Hipsters
8. Peace Bureau - As Red As My Eyes Get
9. Thunderball (2) - Ultra Thin
10. Thievery Corporation - So Vast As The Sky
11. Kevin England - Maenad
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By marriediimuzik on January 4, 2010
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Love this cd. If your into Thievery then you should have this in your collection.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Sutherland on May 16, 2009
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Ugh, this was dull dull dull. Each track sounded a lot like the last. I'm a huge fan of all of Thievery Corporation's LPs, but this album was definitely sub-par. Don't bother.
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