DJ Shadow’s sample-built 1996 debut album Entroducing….. has all the drama you’d expect from a title with ellipses two-thirds longer than the standard. As tense as it slaps, this is truly one of the the best instrumental trip/hip-hop albums ever made. The deluxe edition comes with expanded liner notes, photos, alternate versions, and remixes from the likes of Kuedo and Teklife.
CD box set £19.49 4795704
Deluxe 3CD set on Universal. Includes 'Excessive Ephemera' and 'Entroducing Re-imagined'.
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Vinyl Double LP £17.99 5335160
Reissue 180g vinyl 2LP on Back To Black.
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- Includes download code
Vinyl Deluxe LP box set £93.49 4795720
Deluxe 6LP box set on Universal. Includes 'Excessive Ephemera' and 'Entroducing Re-imagined'. CONTACT FOR NON-UK SHIPPING COST.
10/10 Gregor Omelasz 12th February 2017
The definition of a classic, there's nothing more that needs to be said apart from that.
10/10 ewanm 21st November 2015
Classic albums are ten a penny... Look at them all sitting there. You've got so many of them they're making your shelf warp. But how many of them are truly ground breaking? And of these, riding in the vanguard, how many haven't succumbed to their own success and become passé from adoption, repetition and imitation?
DJ Shadow's Endtroducing can stick it's hand up and scream "MEEEEEE!". Every track feels fresh and new and glorious, having not listened to it properly in good wee while. Nothing here sounds staided or rote or identikit; rather, this is an album while inspirational is impossible to properly mimic. I urge you and implore you, if haven't got this album that you should get it bought. He samples Metallica for heaven's sake! That's trip-hop's peak.
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