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  • Audio CD (March 20, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Versatile Records/Groove
  • ASIN: B0002MKD94
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #892,339 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I:Cube's third artist album (if you don't count the compilation of remixes), 3, starts off with the electro-tropical "Music" that hearkens back to ADORE. But I:Cube is much to eclectic to stick to any formula: the bassline that starts off "Oblivion" shifts into some lovely deep house; "Inspector Cube" has hints of reggae in its electro atmosphere; "Fabu" goes straight for the breaks. The tracks here err on the shorter side -- most under 5 minutes -- but they pack plenty of punch for their run time. I:Cube also seems to experiment more with vocals here, whether cut up on "Vacuum Jackers" (with some sucking sounds at the end) and guest vocals from RZA on "Can You Deal With That?" "East Tribe" goes back to I:Cube's disco roots (if only for 2 minutes), while "La Folle Blanche" takes a jazz snare drum riff and takes it into theremin sleazy listening territory. If you're just looking for some mellow house, flip straight to "Tunnel Vision," but if you prefer more minimalism, "Bubblesphere" is for you. "La Vie En Communauté" relaxes things with a downtempo hippie vibe, and Baby M is a beatless, melodic end to the album. So far, I:Cube can do no wrong.
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I agree with the above description - definitely forwarding thinking, while looking back with affection - old-skool meets nu-school, and the results - from CAN YOU DEAL WITH IT? to VACUUM JACKERS - are often stunning. Still, if you're looking for I:CUBE's past sound of deconstruction, percussive house, you may be a tad letdown. This album's vibe is much more KRUMPED.
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