Utah Jazz - Portfolio LP (Spearhead Recordings)

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    Hmm I'm really surprised that no one has commented on this LP... :confused:

    Definitely one of the bigger liquid albums being released this year IMO.
     
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    Fallen.GeMiNi 3rd rate banger merchant

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    I bagged the previous Utah Jazz single, this sounds pretty awesome as well, but don't really like the format of pressing :teeth: Will definitely get the digital though :)
     
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    Lol you're such a pressing Nazi Gemini. Lighten up you old buzzard! :teeth:
     
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    Tune with Hannah Eve is amazing...
     
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    Got the album yesterday, was very hyped... After a few listens I am quite disappointed.
    Sounds nothing like previous albums which I really like for the really groovy and jazzy sampled flavour.
    January Silence and an Interlude one are the only tracks that has that Utah Jazz style and are immediately identifiable. Others sounds too common.