Japanese edition with obi strip
Japanese import CD featuring tracks from all three of Mark Pritchards 2013 series of EPs, 'Ghosts', 'Lock Off' and 'Make A Livin'.
With releases as Harmonic 313, Harmonic 33, Africa Hitech and Global Communications under his belt, Mark Pritchard returns to his own name for a series of three 12"s on Warp, featuring tracks of bass heavy fire. 'Manabadman', featuring the vocals of Spikey Lee, is low-slung and deadly, 'Ghosts' rings out eery and tense, clicking beats morphing into moments of ravey colour, while 'Duppies' is pure bone-rattling electricity. Iconic dancehall MCs Ragga Twins led their vocal talents to '1234', a track that clatters with the effectiveness of UK rave, cartoonish washes of synths, sirens, and a clattering rhythm that does not let go. There's more excitable foot-work mayhem on 'Ghetto Blast', thick slabs of deadly bass on the title track and jungle delinquency on 'Soundboy Fuck Off'. On 'Make Livin' Pritchard effortlessly blends a medley of footwork, jungle and bass-heavy sounds, keeping a recurrent vocal sample throughout. Hyped-up energy from start to finish.
- Manabadman Feat Spikey Tee
- Get Wyld
- 1234 Feat Ragga Twins
- Ghetto Blast
- Lock Off
- Soundboy Fuck off
- Make A Livin'
- Fabulous Fred
- Lion Feat Riko Dan
- Dutty Bounce
- Manabadman (Instr) 17.1234 (Instr)
- 1 Ghosts 3:57 Mark Pritchard
- 2 Manabadman (feat. Spikey Tee) 3:02 Mark Pritchard
- 3 Duppies 7:48 Mark Pritchard
- 4 Get Wyld 5:06 Mark Pritchard
- 5 1234 feat. Ragga Twins 4:18 Mark Pritchard
- 6 Ghetto Blast 4:27 Mark Pritchard
- 7 Lock Off 6:16 Mark Pritchard
- 8 Soundboy Fuck Off 3:03 Mark Pritchard
- 9 Make A Livin' 5:54 Mark Pritchard
- 10 Fabulous Fred 3:35 Mark Pritchard