One of the best albums of the early 2000's. The hitherto lo-fi ish Leeds collective had been already straying into more drifty pastoral areas when out of the blue came this album in which modernist electronics collided with melancholic song craft and leftfield hip-hop courtesy of cLOUDDEAD who appear on three tracks.
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- REWIGLP85 / Limited gatefold 2LP on Domino, cut at 45rpm. Includes MP3 download
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Phil's original review from 2001.
One of the best records you'll hear this year (more likely ever) is the Hood LP (Cold House) on Domino which fortunately I've had a copy for some time now (and now even longer as this is a 10th anniversary reissue). I hate to use this word but it is a fusion. Yes a fusion I say. And that fusion consists of indie, hip hop, electronica, jazz and probably more. Doesn't really sound like any of them to confuse you. Well I guess it's more indie and electronic than anything else. It's fantastically done anyway and you would be a fool not to either buy this or check it out at a mates.
Man, my reviews were rubbish back then. (They still are Phil - the staff). Anyway this is one of the best albums you'll ever own. A hugely important influential album blending genres seemlessly and creating something totally fresh and exciting. It still sounds absolutely brilliant today and you should fuck off my crap suggestion about going to a mates house and just buy the fucking thing.
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