Saturday, March 20, 2010
Transglobal Underground : International Times 1994
Transglobal Underground is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western , oriental and African music styles (sometimes labelled as "world fusion" or "ethno-techno"). Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer .
Transglobal Underground was formed by Kasiek , Mantu and Dubulah.
After a number of tours around Europe and 1997 Psychic Karaoke album , Dubulah and Sparkes left to form Temple Of Sound.
A new TGU line-up emerged in 1998 with the album Rejoice Rejoice partly recorded in Hungary and featuring a number of Hungarian gypsy musicians , plus percussionist Johnny Kalsi from the Dhol Foundation , which toured Europe supporting Robert Plant and Jimmy Page .
Atlas then left the group to concentrate on her burgeoning solo career , with which Kasiek and Mantu were already heavily involved as producers .
The project grew out of a mutual love for dance, avant-garde, Arabic , and world music and draws on each member's listening tastes and cultural backgrounds .
1. Lookee Here
2. Taal Zaman
3. Dust Bowl
5. Holy Roman Empire
6. Monter au Ciel
7. Tromba Marina
8. International Times
13.Pirhana One Chord Boots
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