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In case you hadn't noticed Sublime Frequencies have started reissuing their super expensive CD's onto super expensive LP's. If you had noticed then you're probably struggling to buy food as you spend your money on these super nice packages. I get well excited by these things... call me nerdy but I really like these tip-on sleeves! Anyway I'm not massively familiar with Burmese music but it's a mix ...

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Princess Nicotine: Folk And Pop Sounds Of Myanmar (Burma) Vol. 1 by Various
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8/10 Phil Staff review, 28 April 2011

In case you hadn't noticed Sublime Frequencies have started reissuing their super expensive CD's onto super expensive LP's. If you had noticed then you're probably struggling to buy food as you spend your money on these super nice packages. I get well excited by these things... call me nerdy but I really like these tip-on sleeves! Anyway I'm not massively familiar with Burmese music but it's a mix of Pakistani, Indian and Thai music from the sounds of things. The sound quality on these things isn't always great mainly cos they've used original tapes to source the recordings from. But the music is completely insane and intense as you get really high pitched strange noises, lots of ethnic sounding bells, strange rhythms, the vocals range from talking to shrieking, more strange instruments I don't know the names of and more things I'm too lazy to mention. It's fun though and if you're into all of this business you'll love it. If not it's gonna do your head in.


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