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Blowback
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CD

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1

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発売日

2001年07月10日

規格品番

162285

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720616228529

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Rolling Stone (7/5/01, p.138) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...His outlook and tone are sunnier than ever....Credit goes to its focused,melodic songs and stylistic range - the album veers from dreamily childlike to furiously metallic, from bouncy dance-hall reggae to funked-up TV-theme fun..." Entertainment Weekly (7/13/01, p.86) - "...Shockingly user-friendly..." - Rating: B+ Q (8/01, p.141) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...It should remind long-disillusioned fans what they liked about tricky in the first place....still strange and uncategorisable..." Mixmag (7/01, p.204) - 3 out of 5 - "...Sticking to his signature techniques, pairing his gravelly voice with coy female vocals...designing music from random sounds. The slow burning malevolence of vintage Tricky is present..." CMJ (6/4/01, p.12) - "...Marked by warm and more welcoming material draped around a series of vocal contributions, recalling the construct of his 1996 NEARLY GOD release..." JazzTimes (12/01, p.124) - "...Undeniably sensual..." Vibe (8/01, p.165) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Tricky's triumphant return..." Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.112) - "...The album he should've made right after MAXINQUAYE - i.e., a listenable one..." NME (Magazine) (6/30/01, p.43) - 6 out of 10 - "...It's Tricky uncovered; emotionally unplugged, with raw honesty and the naked sensual Truth fizzing from its multifarious grooves like exposed wires..."
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This is an Enhanced/Hyper CD, which contains both regular audio tracks, multimedia computer files, and provides a link to the artist's website with the help of a web browser. Personnel includes: Tricky (vocals, piano, keyboards); John Frusciante (vocals, guitar); Cyndi Lauper, John Suzuki, Yukiko Takahashi, Alanis Morissette, Ed Kowalczyk, Hawkman, Anthony Kiedis, Ambersunshower, Stephanie McKay (vocals); Marty Rifkin, Mark Gemini Thwaite, Tim Pierce (guitar); Mikio Endo, Rob Cavallo, Jaime Muhoberac (piano); Flea, Wayne Nunes (bass); Josh Klinghoffer (drums). Engineers: Greg Goldman, Ron A. Shaffer, Takita. Personnel: John Frusciante (vocals, guitar); Yukihiro Takahashi, Cyndi Lauper, Ed Kowalczyk, Alanis Morissette, Ambersunshower, Anthony Kiedis, Stephanie McKay (vocals); Marty Rifkin, Tim Pierce (guitar); Mikio Endo (piano, programming); Jamie Muhoberac, Rob Cavallo (piano); Perry Melius (drums). Audio Mixers: Jack Joseph Puig; Ron A. Shaffer; Tom Lord-Alge. Recording information: Candy Sound; Durban Studios; OceanWay; Sarm west; Wonder Station, Tokyo, Japan. Photographer: Anton Corbijn. Translator: Yukihiro Takahashi. Arranger: Rob Cavallo. First, the bad news. There are no new tricks on BlowBack, the star-studded 2001 comeback by Tricky, the pioneering trip-hopper that wandered his way into the wilderness. He wandered so far that nobody really cared anymore if he had anything to say -- particularly because he wound up saying the same thing, slightly differently, over and over again. He doesn't escape from this problem here, yet he's found a map -- and that map is craft. He knew this before, since the best moments of Angels With Dirty Faces and Juxtapose were when he knew how to spin his signatures just right, so they jelled into something brilliant. He has the same gift here, and he extends it throughout the record, so this is the first record that really plays smoothly from start to finish since Pre-Millennium Tension. That, of course, isn't the same thing as being as good, since he has ceased to innovate, and he has a couple of annoying flaws, including his tendency to create one mood and sustain it without developing it, plus his love of dancehall toasting. The thing is, for all of his genius, Tricky doesn't really have the greatest taste in the world. Yes, he's worked with Bjork and PJ Harvey, but he's also brought Bush into the studio, and here Live's Ed Kowalczyk, three members of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Cyndi Lauper all contribute sonic coloring. The genius of Tricky is, he knows how to pull out the best in such unlikely collaborators, making it sound like a natural extension of his work. Then again, it could just be that John Frusciante and Flea know "Brand New You're Retro" so well, it's easy to turn it out again on "Wonder Woman." So, it's a mixed bag, but it plays sharper than his albums of late. Yes, there are some astonishing slips -- the backing track of "Something in the Way" sounds great, but Hawkman, the ragga bane of this album, castrates it of its power -- but, at this point, that's a given with Tricky. Once you get past that, once you stop expecting genius -- or at least something that matches Maxinquaye (or even Tension) -- it's much easier to enjoy BlowBack. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

録音 | ステレオ (Studio)

    • 1.
      [CD]
      • 2.
        Evolution Revolution Love - (featuring Ed Kowalczyk/Hawkman)
      • 3.
        Over Me - (featuring Ambersunshower/Hawkman)
      • 4.
        Girls - (featuring Anthony Kiedis/John Frusciante)
      • 5.
        You Don't Wanna - (featuring Ambersunshower)
      • 6.
        #1 Da Woman - (featuring John Frusciante/Flea)
      • 7.
        Your Name - (featuring Ambersunshower)
      • 8.
        Diss Never (Dig Up We History) - (featuring Hawkman)
      • 9.
        Bury the Evidence - (featuring Hawkman)
      • 10.
        Something In the Way - (featuring Hawkman)
      • 11.
        Five Days - (featuring Cyndi Lauper)
      • 12.
        Give It to 'Em - (featuring Hawkman)
      • 13.
        Song For Yukiko, A
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