Depth Charge


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Five years on from Nine Deadly Venoms, Depth Charge returned with an album chock-full of the same uptempo, breakbeat hip-hop he'd pioneered almost a decade before (with plenty of similar kung-fu samples to boot). J. Saul Kane's fusion of hip-hop, techno, and electro was so innovative in the early '90s that it was still popular in dance circles years later, but except for a few intriguing downtempo tracks, it's difficult to hear much on Lust that wasn't done years ago on other Depth Charge material.

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