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Album: Drum & Bass Strip to the Bone By Howie B

Artist: Sly & Robbie

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 1999 Palm

Tracklist For Drum & Bass Strip to the Bone By Howie B By Artist Sly & Robbie

Title Artist Time
Superthruster Sly & Robbie 3:57 USD 0.99
Fatigue Chic Sly & Robbie 4:51 USD 0.99
Into Battle Sly & Robbie 9:45 USD 0.99
Ballistic Squeeze Sly & Robbie 7:50 USD 0.99
Drilling for Oil Sly & Robbie 8:50 USD 0.99
High Voltage Syndrome Sly & Robbie 5:55 USD 0.99
Psionce Merge Sly & Robbie 4:28 USD 0.99
Exodub Implosion Sly & Robbie 6:12 USD 0.99
Major Magic Sly & Robbie 5:33 USD 0.99
Softcore Surge Sly & Robbie 3:08 USD 0.99
Zen Concrete Sly & Robbie 5:48 USD 0.99
Stripped to the Bone Sly & Robbie 4:44 USD 0.99

Reviews For Drum & Bass Strip to the Bone By Howie B By Artist Sly & Robbie

  • An excellent blend of electronic and reggae

    By broskiier
    I do feel that if you enjoy reggae and electronica, you'll enjoy this album very much.
  • groovy

    By jmck
    Low key, perhaps, but seamlessly groovy and squelchy. similar to Hi-Fidelity Dub sessions in a way.
  • Lighter than expected

    By sludge
    The track titles suggest this is going to be a hard hitting album. But each track is very low key. That can be good or bad depending on how you look at it.

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