A fearful, uncomfortable but admiring and heartfelt round of applause, please, for Ninja Tune's first (only') hard man - King Cannibal aka Zilla aka Dylan Richards. Coming through with a razor-edged, utterly uncompromising industrial mash-up of sounds and rhythms from dancehall and drum & bass, Radio 1's Mary-Anne Hobbs has already declared his music to be "too dark!" And that was before she had heard "Let the Night Roar," a record so obsessed with violence in it's many manifestations that he named it after a quote from nutter-cultist Jim Jones (that's the man behind the Jonestown Massacre).
A fearful, uncomfortable but admiring and heartfelt round of applause, please, for Ninja Tune's first (only') hard man - King Cannibal aka Zilla aka Dylan Richards. Coming through with a razor-edged, utterly uncompromising industrial mash-up of sounds and rhythms from dancehall and drum & bass, Radio 1's Mary-Anne Hobbs has already declared his music to be "too dark!" And that was before she had heard "Let the Night Roar," a record so obsessed with violence in it's many manifestations that he named it after a quote from nutter-cultist Jim Jones (that's the man behind the Jonestown Massacre).
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Format: CD
Label: NINJA TUNE
Catalog: 151
Rel. Date: 09/29/2009
UPC: 5021392562124

Let The Night Roar
Artist: King Cannibal
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Intro
2. Aragami Style
3. Murder Us - (featuring Jahcoozi)
4. Virgo - (featuring Face-a-Face)
5. So...Embrace the Minimum
6. Dirt - (featuring Daddy Freddy)
7. Colder Still
8. Shining Force, A
9. Untitled, The
10. Onwards Vultures
11. Flowers of Flesh and Blood

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A fearful, uncomfortable but admiring and heartfelt round of applause, please, for Ninja Tune's first (only') hard man - King Cannibal aka Zilla aka Dylan Richards. Coming through with a razor-edged, utterly uncompromising industrial mash-up of sounds and rhythms from dancehall and drum & bass, Radio 1's Mary-Anne Hobbs has already declared his music to be "too dark!" And that was before she had heard "Let the Night Roar," a record so obsessed with violence in it's many manifestations that he named it after a quote from nutter-cultist Jim Jones (that's the man behind the Jonestown Massacre).