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Naptime - Kid Koala - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CD, Album)

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9 thoughts on “ Naptime - Kid Koala - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CD, Album)

  1. Shakak Reply
    Carpal Tunnel Syndrome () Strut Hear, Nerdball, Fender Bender, Drunk Trumpet, Roboshuffle, Barhopper 1, Music For Morning People, Naptime, A Night at the Nufonia, Temple of Gloom, Scurvy, Like Irregular Chickens, Barhopper 2, Roll Credits Other Songs Hope Will Find A Way.
  2. Kajishura Reply
    Nov 20,  · Provided to YouTube by Ninja Tune Naptime · Kid Koala Carpal Tunnel Syndrome ℗ Ninja Tune Released on: Artist: Kid Koala Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Akigami Reply
    It's that he's able to bring so much personality and entertainment value to his work, which makes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome arguably the most appealing turntablist album yet released. Unlike many of his peers, Koala makes heavy use of dialogue snippets from movies and TV shows, instructional records, and other obscure sources/
  4. Jutilar Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome on Discogs. Label: Toy's Factory - TFCK • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop • Style: Cut-up/DJ, Abstract/5(4).
  5. Samujar Reply
    Jun 26,  · It’s also miles away from Kid Koala’s past barrage of jazz and hip-hop heavy scratch-and-mash work found on albums like his classic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or ’s Your Mom’s.
  6. Nejind Reply
    Kid Koala essentially brought turntablism to the mainstream with "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome", but the album is VERY uneven and not all that great. It only has about 5 or 6 good songs, with the rest not being that interesting or fun (though a couple do have some interesting moments)/5(46).
  7. Brajinn Reply
    Kid Koala is a scratch god in the way Malmsteen is a guitar god. A wizard on the wheels of steel. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is an exhibition of his technical skill, pure, long division turntablism with great care taken to display all the work that went into making it, no dulling of sharp corners. It differs from instrumental hip-hop in that it's so vigorous and busy that it was clearly never intended to have .
  8. Zujind Reply
    Kid Koala essentially brought turntablism to the mainstream with "Carpal Tunnel Syndrome", but the album is VERY uneven and not all that great. It only has about 5 or 6 good songs, with the rest not being that interesting or fun (though a couple do have some interesting moments).
  9. Zutilar Reply
    Kid Koala jumps effortlessly between genres as eclectic as hip hop, ambient, alternative, contemporary classical, blues, classic rock and traditional jazz. He has released 5 solo albums on Ninja Tune, and 3 albums on Arts & Crafts Records, the most recent being Music To Draw To: IO featuring Trixie Whitley.

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