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Asian Dub Foundation, Tank

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1039311

Disk length: 1h 2m 37s (12 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2005

Label: Unknown

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“Tank” Tracks & Durations

1. Flyover 4:17
2. Tank 5:36
3. Hope 5:09
4. Round Up 4:36
5. Oil 4:33
6. Powerlines 4:34
7. Who Runs The Place 4:12
8. Take Back The Power 4:27
9. Warring Dhol 5:54
10. Tomorrow Begins Today 3:58
11. Melody 7 8:45
12. Data Track 6:26

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Review

Asian Dub Foundation's 2005 studio album 'Tank', is packed full of reggae, jungle rhythms and topical lyrics raising questions about life in 2005. Features the hit's 'Hope' & 'Take Back The Power'. EMI. 2005.Tank is their Fourth Album and Sees their Trademark Aural Assault Develop a New Direction with the Addition of Some New Collaborators. Ghetto Priest, from the On-u Sound Stable Brings a Reminder of the Great Horace Andy and Provides a Contrast with the Hip Hop Influenced MC, Spex. Electronics and Programming Are Brought by Juno Reactor's Ben Watkins and Adam Wren (Sound Engineer to Leftfield) who Both Help Steer a More Electronic Course, as Revealed by the Irresistible Dance Rhythm of the First Track, Fly Over. It Sums Up Adf's Calling to Make Music that Gets the Mind and Body Moving by Raising Awareness on the Dancefloor.

Other Versions

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Asian Dub Foundation - Tank

Tracks: 13 (+1 tracks), Disk length: 1h 1m 49s (-1m 12s)

Asian Dub Foundation - Tank

Tracks: 11 (-1 tracks), Disk length: 53m 38s (-9m 1s)

Asian Dub Foundation - Tank

Tracks: 10 (-2 tracks), Disk length: 47m 41s (-15m 4s)