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Blockhead - Music By Cavelight download free

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Music By Cavelight
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Style:
Abstract, Downtempo, Instrumental
MP3 archive size:
1863 mb
FLAC archive size:
1325 mb
WMA archive size:
1282 mb
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ADX MIDI RA MP3 VOX AC3 MP1
Rating:
4.4
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887
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Music By Cavelight
1-1 Intro: Hello Popartz
Scratches – Omega One
2:24
1-2 You've Got Maelstrom
Scratches – Omega One
4:48
1-3 Carnivores Unite
Guitar – Damien ParisScratches – Omega One
4:45
1-4 Sunday Seance 5:27
1-5 A Better Place
Guitar – Damien Paris
4:26
1-6 Road Rage Breakdown 4:15
1-7 Triptych Pt.1 4:04
1-8 Triptych Pt.2 3:05
1-9 Triptych Pt.3
Bass, Written By [Written In Conjunction With] – Damien Paris
2:54
1-10 Jet Son
Guitar – Damien ParisScratches – Omega One
3:46
1-11 Cavelight 4:12
1-12 Breath And Start
Scratches – Omega OneViolin – Baby Dayliner
4:19
1-13 Bullfight In Ireland
Guitar – Damien Paris
4:47
1-14 Insomniac Olympics 5:05
Video 1 Insomniac Olympics
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Sam Arthur
3:31
Aesop Rock Instrumentals
2-1 Daylight 4:28
2-2 Night Light 2:16
2-3 11:35 4:21
2-4 Maintenance 4:30
2-5 Forest Crunk 4:40

Credits

  • Artwork [Cd Art] – Don Giovanni
  • Executive-Producer – Baby Dayliner, Blockhead, Gabe Hilfer
  • Mastered By – Voda (tracks: 1.01 to 1.14)
  • Photography By, Design – Maya Hayuk
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Baby Dayliner (tracks: 1.01 to 1.14)
  • Written-By – T. Simon*

Notes

This is a limited edition 2CD verion of "Music By Cavelight." The only mention of the 2nd CD is the sticker on the cover, and the "2 Discs" mark on the CD case itself.

CD 1 was recorded and mixed at The Dayliner Manor, and mastered at 10th Planet. It includes the MPG video at 720x324 resolution, and the Macromedia Flash player for the video.

CD 2 consists of tracks taken from Aesop Rock's Daylight (1 to 4) & Bazooka Tooth . The tracks listed on the CD are out of order, but listed correctly below. In addition, "Night Light" fades out early (the vocal version is about 2 minutes longer), and there is a 6th track listed on the disc (Babies With Guns) which is a pressing plant error and isn't actually on the disc.

This album is dedicated to the memory of Blockhead's father, Sidney Simon.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 25978 10882 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZEN CD88 Blockhead Music By Cavelight ‎(CD, Album, Enh) Ninja Tune ZEN CD88 UK 2004
ZEN 88, ZEN 88X Blockhead Music By Cavelight ‎(2xLP, Album + 12", Promo + Ltd) Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune ZEN 88, ZEN 88X UK 2004
ZEN 88, ZEN 88X Blockhead Music By Cavelight ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, 180 + 12", RE, 180) Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune ZEN 88, ZEN 88X UK 2013
ZEN CD88P Blockhead Music By Cavelight ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune ZEN CD88P UK 2004
ZEN 88 Blockhead Music By Cavelight ‎(2xLP, Album) Ninja Tune ZEN 88 UK 2004


  • When I saw Blockhead live, I picked up this 2CD set, and was quite happy after the fact. To be honest, I hadn't heard of this chap before his set. I was a bit confused why he played a couple Aesop Rock tracks during his show, and now I know why (Blockhead produced them). This album is a nice blend of dowtempo melodies and hiphop beats, plus some odd samples. Triptych Pt. 1 features a tweaked vocal sample, which could have been misused, but somehow fits right in. The other track which has gotten lodged in my head is Insomniac Olympics, although the video is a bit of a let-down. Over-all, a good album, with some splendid moments. The Aesop Rock instrumentals are a nice bonus, but the vocals make the tracks complete.