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Iffy - Biota Bondo album flac Performer: Iffy
Title: Biota Bondo
Style: Lo-Fi, Downtempo, Indie Rock
Released: 2001
Country: US
MP3 album: 1438 mb
FLAC album: 1994 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: MIDI WMA DMF AIFF MPC RA XM
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Funk and Soul

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Was this a wise choice? My basic rule is that if you can get three really good tunes off an album, you've come up with a winner. Let's judge the results. The opening track, "Double Dutch", has a quite snappy drive and very adroit vocals

Combining Beck's cut-and-paste pop irony with Big Audio Dynamite's worldly dance groove, Iffy's debut long-player, Biota Bondo, spins like a soundtrack to your backyard summer dance party. Composed largely via trans-Atlantic computer collaboration between members based in Minneapolis and in the Netherlands, Biota Bondo betrays many elements of 1980s rave-rock and 1990s Euro-dance music, and very little of the Midwestern roots-punk group Run Westy Run (the former band of frontman KjustinJ and bassist Tom Merkl)

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Biota Bondo is a startling reconfiguration of this genre: house-party music, Iffy-style. It's something so unexpected and wonderful that a committee of record execs should commit hara-kiri 'cause they lost the summer of 2001 to these left-field weirdoes. Get out the bong and the jump ropes, 'cause the party begins at track one: "Double Dutch", an exuberant ode to silliness. It starts with sitars, the chorus sounds like Jane's Addiction ("under the gun of consumption", it says), and you can practically smell KjustinK's breath when he says "haven't put a hole in my belt in a long, long, time".

Iffy : Biota Bondo CD Foodchain Records 2001 (Used) Condition: Good. Time left: 1d 23h 26m 43s. Ships to: Worldwide. Biota Dining by Jason Loucas.

Biota Bondo is an album defined by the collision between digital recording technics and analog source samples. The song "Can-O-Cope" was co-produced and mixed by Tom Rothrock (Beck, Elliot Smith), who also re-mixed the leadoff single, "Double Dutch," for radio  . Generally, Iffy is similar, but more upbeat, than labelmates the Januaries. Iffy sounds like a combination of Hanson, Sugar Ray, and G Love and Special Sauce.

Tracklist

Double Dutch
Can O Cope
Hi-Life
Sweet Stuff
Georgina
Original Greenlight
The Citation
Da Blink
Joyrider
Larva Rae
Superbad Girl
Proof
Maskman

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
54451-2 Iffy Biota Bondo ‎(CD, Album) Foodchain Records 54451-2 US 2001
BS-017-CD Iffy Biota Bondo ‎(CD, Album) Bittersweet Recordings BS-017-CD Spain 2001
54451-2, 54451 Iffy Biota Bondo ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Foodchain Records, Foodchain Records 54451-2, 54451 US 2001