Si Begg

Commuter World

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A quasi-concept album organized around a day in the life of a commuter from northwest London, Begg's first for Caipirinha is an invisible soundtrack with quite a few good bits but a distinct lack of direction throughout and a feel that not much is going on between the musical tracks. There are a few great productions here, though not as many (or as good) as his first LP, First Class Ticket to Telos (recorded as Buckfunk 3000). Still, titles like "Delays on the Met Line" and "Walk Home Through the Shoe Box Estate" are quite humorous -- at least for those who don't have to deal with the actual scenarios.

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