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Sarsippiu Ark


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 1, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • ASIN: B0012GN472
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,038 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Turtle Wax (Funkaholics Anonymous)
3. No Cover/Two Drink Minimum
4. The Immigrant Song
5. Caca de Kick
6. Don't Stop Spread the Jam
7. Three Headed Mind Pollution
8. Slo-Motion Slam
9. Legend in His Own Mind
10. Infectious Grooves
11. These Freaks Are Here to Party
12. The Man Behind the Man
13. Fame
14. Savor da Flavor
15. No Budget/Dust off the 8-Track
16. Infectious Grooves
17. You Pick Me up (Just Throw Me Down)
18. Do the Sinister
19. Big Big Butt, by Infectiphibian
20. Spreck

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The basslines are incredibly groovy and the hole sound is tight.
Pascal Beidler
While "The Plague that Makes your Booty Move" was an amazing album, the 80s synth elements diluted it a touch.
Alex Goldberg
I can't belove how much they changed it but it still sounds as the cover.
PET

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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "gdatlanta" on August 29, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This little collection has a few real gems on it, however, there's also quite a bit of stuff that could have been left off. There is some demo material and some live tracks that lack luster, although they do provide a little insight into the band and give a slight glimpse of their live sound. There are a few tracks which really stand out well - it validates the purchase of the CD - especially if you're already a fan of I.G. or S.T. If this is your first experience with I.G., I would strongly recommend their first "The Plague That Makes Your Booty Move" CD - this will have a greater impact than this CD or the one that followed this one. Sarsippius III returns to narrate this CD, instead of simply annoying security in their first release. This band rocks - the guitarist is phenomenal - bass is unbelievable - drummer is very enthusiastic. Awesome!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pascal Beidler on December 7, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Great, refreshing and original funky metal.The basslines are incredibly groovy and the hole sound is tight. Special emphasis to the the coverversion of Led Zepplin's 'Immigrant song'. Never heard such a witty interpretation.
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All I can say is that I screwed up when I bought this album. I highly recommend listening to ALL of the songs before buying it. Although, some people may like it as a collection item, which is the only reason I gave it 2 stars. It's just not my kind of music.
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What can I say? Sarsipius Ark is a solid follow up to the first entry in the Infectious Grooves discography. IG took the best parts of what made the first album good and expanded them. This includes giving Aladdin extra air time and actual singing time.

Easily the best metal/funk crossover album I've heard in a long, long time. Sure, Red Hot Chilli Peppers started the path, but IG helped blaze the trail.

Definitely worth a listen and purchase.
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its been quite some time since i've listened to IG; however, i'm sure glad i revisited these masters of rock funk. a fun album with lots of tracks to take you back.
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This album is simply awasome! Drums, Guitars ... not to mention the FUNKY BASS. YEaa...

I love the Immigrant Song. I can't belove how much they changed it but it still sounds as the cover.

Don't Stop Sphread The Jam ... listen to the bass line on 0:25
Three Headed Mind Pollution ... is a nice fast tempo song

Actually, just listen to all the songs, they are awasome.
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By Alex Goldberg on October 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
An amazing blend of metal and funk, but without that late 80s vibe their first album had. While "The Plague that Makes your Booty Move" was an amazing album, the 80s synth elements diluted it a touch. This album fixes this issue.

The slap bass is a masterpiece as usual thanks to Mr. Trujillo. The guitar is not unlike the face paced precise style of Suicidal Tendencies with funky highlights.Cyco Mike drops some fresh lyrics too, never taking himself too seriously.

The album hits hard but is not as heavy as "Groove Family Cyco", it's probably the most balanced album the grooves released. If you're a fan of any type of creative, non-bland metal, this is a great album to check out.
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This is an album that I have to break out from time to time just to get my fix. An absolutely overlooked gem. It's Mike Muir and Robert Trujillo from Suicidal Tendencies taking it to a maxed out funk level. Think Red Hot Chili Peppers on steroids (heavier, not funkier). This album is worth having just for the cover of "Immigrant Song" alone.

Sometimes really heavy, always super funky, this is a great party album. You can't feel bad while listening to this album.
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