Style: Leftfield, Breakbeat, Downtempo
Format: MP3 FLAC AAC VOC MP2 TTA WAV AHX VQF
FLAC size: 1779 mb | MP3 size: 1294 mb | WMA size: 1118 mb
Soundclash is the debut album by English electronic act Renegade Soundwave, released by Mute Records in February 1990. Co-produced by the band with producer Flood, the material was recorded over several years, and displays the band's unique style of dance music, taking influences from hip hop, rock and dub music. The music incorporates breakbeats, tape loops, stalking basslines and numerous samples sourced from disparate material.
Written-By – Renegade Soundwave. Written-By – Renegade Soundwave. Soundclash (CD, Album). Enigma Records (3), Mute. 7 75422-2, CD STUMM 63.
Renegade Soundwave's In Dub: laidback vibes from 1990. After the masterpiece of genre-splicing breaks, samples, and electronica that was their debut album, Soundclash, dance music pioneers Renegade Soundwave followed it up with a stripped back dub version. They may have lost the vocals, but the trio of Gary Asquith, Danny Briottet and Carl Bonnie certainly added some extra bite with their trailblazing work in the studio on, what is arguably their finest work, In Dub. Soundclash tracks like Pocket Porn, Traitor and Blue Eyed Boy got put through the Renegade Soundwave blender.
This album has an average beat per minute of 124 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 95/168 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Soundclash. BPM Profile Soundclash. Album starts at 162BPM, ends at 119BPM (-43), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Renegade Soundwave.
By: Renegade Soundwave (1989, Electronic). More albums from Renegade Soundwave: The Next Chapter Of Dub by Renegade Soundwave. Howyoudoin? by Renegade Soundwave. In Dub by Renegade Soundwave. View all albums . Soundclash. By: Renegade Soundwave (1989, Electronic).
Blue Eyed Boy, 04:28. Probably a Robbery, 04:06. Biting My Nails, 03:51.
Digital Download - Mute. Recycling American hip-hop and British dub to form their own unique sound aesthetic, Renegade Soundwave cover a lot of territory on their debut album. Though the rapping is subpar, productions like the opener "Blue Eyed Boy" (featuring the same sample later used by Public Enemy for "By the Time I Get to Arizona") and their cover of the old Andy Williams classic "Can't Get Used to Losing You" reveal a solid focus on the audio terrorism possible from sampling. Soundclash also includes Renegade Soundwave's charting single "Probably a Robbery" and.
Renegade Soundwave (sometimes shortened to RSW) was an electronic music group. Formed in London in 1986, the group originally consisted of Gary Asquith, Carl Bonnie and Danny Briottet.
Soundclash is an album that deserves to be shouted about from the rooftops; for me personally, it's been a long time since a straight-ahead dance record blew away the cobwebs the way this one did. 'Straight-ahead dance' is probably unfair, actually. Renegade Soundwave's main defining feature is their ability and their willingness to drag several different strands of dance into their sound, most obviously hip-hop. Fans of golden age rap will smile and nod with recognition in the direction of at least two tracks here, with "Blue Eyed Boy" boasting the sample Public.
|1||Blue Eyed Boy||4:28|
|4||Probably A Robbery||4:06|
|8||Biting My Nails||3:51|
|10||Can't Get Used To Losing You||4:31|
|11||Biting My Nails (Instrumental)||5:22|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
NotesDigital reissue, originally released in 1989.
|STUMM 63||Renegade Soundwave||Soundclash (LP, Album)||Mute||STUMM 63||UK||1989|
|30753||Renegade Soundwave||Soundclash (CD, Album)||Virgin France S.A.||30753||France||1989|
|STUMM 63||Renegade Soundwave||Soundclash (LP, Album)||Mute||STUMM 63||Italy||1990|
|C STUMM 63, 7 75422-4, 75422-4||Renegade Soundwave||Soundclash (Cass, Album, Dol)||Mute, Enigma Records , Mute||C STUMM 63, 7 75422-4, 75422-4||US||1989|
|70 753||Renegade Soundwave||Soundclash (LP, Album)||Mute||70 753||France||1989|