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  THIEVERY CORPORATION - The Richest Man In Babylon
THIEVERY CORPORATION - The Richest Man In Babylon     
Artist:  THIEVERY CORPORATION
Title:  The Richest Man In Babylon
Label:  Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Format:  CD
Condition:  Near Mint
Released:  2002
Release country:  Usa
Catalogue nr.:  ESL 060
Genre:  Reggae / Dub / Dubstep
Price: €14,99
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THIEVERY CORPORATION | 01 Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes  01 Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes
THIEVERY CORPORATION | 03 The Outernationalist 03 The Outernationalist
THIEVERY CORPORATION | 06 All That We Perceive 06 All That We Perceive
THIEVERY CORPORATION | 08 Meu Destino (My Destiny) 08 Meu Destino (My Destiny)
THIEVERY CORPORATION | 12 Liberation Front 12 Liberation Front
THIEVERY CORPORATION | 14 Until The Morning 14 Until The Morning
 
Product description
Original release includes cardboard slipcase, white opaque jewel case, and printed photo booklet.
Tracklisting:
1 Heaven's Gonna Burn Your Eyes (4:10)
Vocals Emiliana Torrini
2 Facing East (3:43)
Vocals Pamela Bricker
3 The Outernationalist (3:30)
Vocals Ras Pidow
4 Interlude (1:21)
5 Omid (Hope) (3:48)
Vocals Lou Lou
6 All That We Perceive (3:46)
Vocals Pamela Bricker
7 Un Simple Histoire (A Simple Story) (3:45)
Vocals Lou Lou
8 Meu Destino (My Destiny) (3:29)
Vocals Patrick Dos Santos
9 Exilio (Exile) (3:03)
Vocals Verny Varela
10 From Creation (4:20)
11 The Richest Man In Babylon (3:50)
Vocals Notch
12 Liberation Front (5:04)
13 The State Of The Union (4:28)
Vocals Shinehead, Sleepywonder
14 Until The Morning (3:56)
Vocals Emiliana Torrini
15 Resolution (4:46)

I have just been to the Thievery Corporation appearance in Thessaloniki, first date of their world tour...
What can I say about the lot. The two hour wait for the main console to be fixed was worth every single moment as the group travelled the clubbers into a musical journey throughout their various ethnic sounds!!!
I let the whole set and appearance as a surprise to those of you who will attend their concert.
All I can say is that they mixed smoothly old tunes with ones from their new "Richest man..." album.
Best moment of the concert, when they played per-capella (unplugged) the homonym track from their 3rd album!!!
Respect! The album is as chill-out as well as uplifting melodic/down-tempo/lo-beat with great vocals for a perfect sunset at the beach!
lil_gusta, May 2003
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