- Summary: U.N.K.L.E. is the pet project of Mo'Wax label head James Lavelle, whose successful 1998 album 'Psyence Fiction' included notable contributions from DJ Shadow, Thom Yorke and Badly Drawn Boy. Guests this time out include Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age), Robert "3D" del Naja (Massive Attack), Brian Eno, Ian Brown (Stone Roses), Mani (Stone Roses/Primal Scream) Joel Cadbury (South) and Jarvis Cocker (Pulp).… Expand
- Record Label: Mo Wax
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Electronic
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PoldoG.10Whaaat??!? Only one thing. This is by far one of the best CDs of the year 2003.
MilanG8Wery refresing album...
Cybergroove.ca7DJ Spooky´s getting in a Peter Pan mood but respects the overall sound production quality of an ambiant CD. This is not a commercial album but any song that could merge into Ozzy's ''Changes'' is the genius of the month ! The most exquisite song on the album is definitly GLOW.… Expand
MacM4The absence of DJ Shadow is as apparant as the absence of dignity from the Pop Idol virus. Every song is like a giant crow trying desperately to take off, flapping it's mighty wings furiously yet frustratingly not quite getting off the ground. The Ian Brown led 'Reign' is the best on offer - greatness which still manages to fall short of his 'Be There' collaboration circa Psyence Fiction. But while Psyence Fiction always was destined to be a tough act to follow (entrenched in my personal top 3 albums of all time), this overpolished but underfinished effort doesn't even relate.… Expand