Electronica, Club/Dance, Trip-Hop, Jungle/Drum'n'bass

Album Review

Unfortunately, there's too much experimentation and not enough hooks on Smith & Mighty's long-awaited album debut. The duo simply don't find a happy medium between jungle and reggae on Bass Is Maternal, recorded for their own More Rockers label.
John Bush, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Hold On [Strange Mix]
  2. Jungle Man Corner
  3. Closer
  4. Walking
  5. Evolve
  6. Drowning
  7. Accept All Contrasts
  8. Bass Is Maternal
  9. Down in Rwanda
  10. Higher Dub
  11. Maybe for Dub
  12. Time
  13. U Dub
  14. Yow He Koh
  15. Odd Tune for Piano
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