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|1. Strike 1|
|4. Strike 2|
|5. What does your soul look like (part 2)|
|6. What does your soul look like (part 3)|
|7. What does your soul look like (part 4)|
|8. What does your soul look like (part 1)|
|9. Strike 3|
|10. High noon|
|11. Organ Donor [Extended Overhaul]|
This set compiles much of DJ Shadow's pre-major label material in one convenient package in an attempt to foil bootleggers and bring new fans up-to-date in the curriculum. The results are naturally varied, but all point to a marvellous evolution of talent. The collection is kept together primarily by its propensity for jazzy beats and psychedelic loops. Shadow (né Josh Davis) moves through everything from old school funk ("In/Flux") to grungy 1960s-style guitar rave-ups ("High Noon"). The centrepiece of the set, however, is a four-part composition called "What Does Your Soul Look Like", which is likely to be the first ever entirely sample-driven rock opera. It's a brilliant piece of work, laced with intriguing sounds, sound bites, and a detectable set of motion. It is also quite possibly better than anything on the critically -acclaimed Entroducing. --Aidin Vaziri
I feel a sense of completion now that I own DJ Shadow's "Preemptive Strike!" This is supposed to be a collection of his earlier works--1993, I think and if you ask me... Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2004 by D. Lee
When I first got this CD, I wasn't expecting much, maybe a few good tracks. The whole CD is fantastic.
The third track is the best, IMO. Read more
Shadow reminds me of a cross between John Lethem and Clive Barker in his darkly illutrated audio presentation. Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2001 by Bret
This disc is a collection of singles from Shadow preceding Entroducing, as I'm sure many have already mentioned. The work here is nowhere near as good as that on Entroducing. Read morePublished on July 5 2001 by Guy
After listening to a few songs on Napster, I decided to pick this album up...and it was well worth it! It's almost like experiencing a dream-like state listening to this. Read morePublished on June 25 2001 by Jamie
What at amazing sound of drums and beats... a musical piece of art.
This album will grab you, the drums are very relaxing and soothing. Read more
Ever since hearing In/Flux on the radio years ago, I've been trying to get hold of a copy. And here it is, alongside some more works of Shadow's creative genius. Read morePublished on March 20 2001