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Lamb


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 11 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000001EOS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,051 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lusty
2. God Bless
3. Cotton Wool
4. Trans Fatty Acid
5. Zero
6. Merge
7. Gold
8. Closer
9. Gorecki
10. Feela

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Format: Audio CD
there is a lot of emotion with the lyrics. there arent any songs youll have to skip over once this has been in your cd player for a while either. my favoritez were cotton wool and gold, but they are all great.
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I first heard about Lamb from my ex... Anyways this cd is so good, it drove me to start djing myself.
Recommended with a capital R!
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By A Customer on June 3 2003
Format: Audio CD
Stark, haunting & dark. Best tracks for drum & bass lovers are "Lusty" and "Trans Fatty Acid," both holding up marvelously under repeated listenings. Last track, "Feela," is 18 minutes of cold, windswept lament. Pretty powerful stuff, albeit minimalist.
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Stark, haunting & dark. Best tracks for drum & bass lovers are "Lusty" and "Trans Fatty Acid," both holding up marvelously under repeated listenings. Last track, "Feela," is 18 minutes of cold, windswept lament. Pretty powerful stuff, albeit minimalist.
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By A Customer on May 30 2003
Format: Audio CD
Lamb's cds (both Lamb and Fear of Fours) are amazingly great albums. I saw Lamb during their 2001 tour and the band is actually better in concert then on their cd. Believe me this is well worth your money. Every track delivers and ROCKS. Go and Buy this cd. I hope that with their track on the Six Feet Under soundtrack their popularity will grow and grow and they will tour the US again.
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Format: Audio CD
After hearing the sublime tune Gorecki, I ran straight out to buy this album. I've been a fan of trip-hop for quite a while, and looked forward to listening to this whole debut. However, after getting home and playing the CD, I realized Gorecki was in fact the only above average song on this album. Despite the fairly promising melodies of Lusty and Trans Fatty Acid, the rest of the songs seem to blend together into one, sometimes screechy, blurb. I was expecting something more when I got the album, and unfortunitly I did not get it.
But I do maintain my stance on Gorecki, which is a fantastic song in spite of its trite lyrics. And I think that any melody that can manage to become one of my favorites in spite of using the phrase 'Wrapped in the warmth of you, loving every breath of you' deserves a heap of credit.
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By blind joe death on Oct. 27 2002
Format: Audio CD
This music isn't good. I'm not saying that beacuse it's strange; I dig stuff a lot stranger. I'm not saying it because I don't like the genre; I like Portishead and Goldfrapp. I'm just saying it because this music has nothing too it. There are good moments, but the songs here lack direction. Some genres can get away with that. This one can't.
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By Carl Johnson on Sept. 22 2002
Format: Audio CD
Lamb really took me by surprize. Apparently released in 1996, this recording is both inventive, entertaining, thought provoking and intellengent! I have to agree with another reviewer when stated "This is a must for any trip hop lover". This is true with out a doubt. It blows "Ruby" away. Great Record!!! Fantastically dark and intellectually provocative, Lamb takes many chances that really work, but it could only be realized in 2002 and not by everyone. The CD is a wonderful "slow sell" that could influence musicians for years if appropriate exposure is given to it. Again, great CD!!!
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