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Sordid - Various - ZEN CD - A Retrospective (CD)

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  1. Looking for Zen CD - A Ninja Tune Retrospective? Visit musicMagpie for great deals and super savings with FREE delivery today! Various - Zen: A Retrospective of Ninja Tune. Trustpilot. We are 5 Star rated on Trustpilot Sordid - Amon Tobin () 11) Spiral - D J Food () 12) Auto - Hexstatic () 13) Timber - Coldcut ()
  2. Back in the day, my very first exposure to the electronic/chillout label known as Ninja Tune came in the form of Coldcut, a duo of Jonathan More and Matt Black. Let Us Play () was a discovery of the highest order, an audio CD matched with an interactive CD-ROM. More and Black, the founders of Ninja Tune in , had something very seriously groovy going on.
  3. With chart hits few and far between, Zen CD has wisely been billed as a retrospective rather than a "greatest hits". Released alongside a remix anthology CD and DVD of music promos this superb collection of electronica blends hip-hop, jazz, funk, electro and drum & bass with irreverent gusto/5(9).
  4. Album Various - ZEN CD - A Retrospective | Dark Lady,Atomic Moog ,Get Your Snack On,Pick Up,Get A Move On,Sweetsmoke,Bend Over,Skanky Panky,Get Your Head Down,Sordid,Spiral,Auto,Timber,Easy Muffin,Autumn Leaves,All That You Give,Its A Long Road Edit,More Beats Pieces,The Terrorist,Fender Bender,Your mp3, flac.
  5. More a greatest-hits volume than Ninja Tune's previous multi-disc collection (the rarities-heavy Xen Cuts), the double-disc Zen: A Retrospective barely includes any Top 40 hits (the number 37 Coldcut's "More Beats & Pieces" is the highest peak), but if dance music had a Hit Parade, there'd be at least a dozen number ones here. The first disc buttonholes listeners by spinning through some of.
  6. Apr 19,  · Ninja Tune - ZenCD & ZenRMX - A Retrospective. So the “ZenRMX” retrospective is basically the same idea, only it is a collection of remixes rather than originals.
  7. Mar 14,  · The Zen player can handle three primary types of audio files too, the common MP3 format, WMA format and the more unusual WAV format. It’s quite likely that your existing audio files are in one of these formats, probably WMA if you’ve been using Windows Media Player to rip your CDs. If you’ve purchased your music, it’ll be in WMA DRM.

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