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Listen free to The Herbaliser – Very Mercenary (Intro, Mission Improbable and more) A tytpical London suburb, the not so typical stench of an oil refinery, birds singing, trains passing like ghostly earthquakes, & the most beautiful hip-hop you've ever heard, very mercenary: smashhng stories of explosive passion in breathtaking bee-you-tea-full colour! They don't hold back.
Very Mercenary, 1999. Very Mercenary, 1999. Mission Improbable (feat. Who's the Realest?, 04:44. When I Shine (album version), 03:54.
Though the emphasis on up-tempo trip-hop with an old-school edge is carried throughout, Very Mercenary also hits instrumental tracks like "Missing Suitcase" and "Goldrush" that include a full band. A bit less necessary than their previous, but a solid record indeed.
Very Mercenary is the third studio album by The Herbaliser. It was released on Ninja Tune in 1999 Very Mercenary. Studio album by. Singles from Very Mercenary. Wall Crawling Giant Insect Breaks" Released: 1998. Road of Many Signs, Moon Sequence" Released: 1999.
With "Very Mercenary," the band (under the direction of DJ Ollie Teeba and producer Jake Wherry) goes one better than their stellar disc "Blow Your Headphones. This time, the English boys have learned the beauty of subtlety. The end result: some mad blunted jazz that would confuse the average Puff Daddy fan to pieces while endlessly delighting those who thought hip hop couldn't get any better than Shadow's "Endtroducing" or The Fugees' "The Score. Herbaliser proves themselves to be one of the most creative forces on Ninja tune. The sound on this album comes across as a cross between the cut-and-paste hip-hop of coldcut and the jazz flavor of Amon-tobin. Beautiful backgrounds are made through both noir samples and live percussions, as well as fantastic live bass playing. In fact, the entire album has a live feel that is altogether absent on most hip-hop albums.
Something Wicked This Way Comes is a studio album by The Herbaliser. It was released via Ninja Tune on 19 March 2002. It peaked at number 71 on the UK Albums Chart.