Translucent Green repress available from today limited to copies. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. RoryHoy January 10, Report. One of my favourite releases. Also love the two cut up tunes 'Shanty Town' and 'Fish' too - Highly recommended. Drogy May 5, Report. Mrs Cruff. Ninja Tuna. Shelf Wobbler. Come Alive. Music Takes Me Up. Bunch Of Keys. Bonus Bait. Spandex Man. Listen Up. Stockport Carnival. Ninja Tuna with Bonus Bait. Bernard's Shuffle. Trip Do Brasil, Best Of. Ninja Tune XX Volume 2.
Champion Nibble. Shanty Town Lyrics Mr. Scruff Keep It Unreal. You look as if you wanted a breath of sea air! I want a fish. Well you've got a lovely day for it! Then, after less than half way through, the album falls into this big pile of crap. I have yet to listen to this whole album in one sitting but I keep popping it in for those two classics Get a Move On and Honeydew. I could honestly play Get a Move on the whole day without getting bored but as far as most of the album is concerned it's just one repeatative mess.
There's some British humor mixed in as well, which I just don't get. Scruff likes little rodents, the ocean and pies I guess. If I was to do it again I would have just bought the two singles and downloaded this album and I recommend anyone new to this artist to do the same with this album.
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Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Keep It Unreal is Mr. Scruff's first major release. Samples used in the track include the likes of David Attenborough and David Bellamy.
Scruff flirts with all manner of tempos, from slowed-down house "Cheeky" to laidback hip-hop "So Long," "Travelogue" , but it's the silky melodies and light-hearted samples that make this perfect for the acid-jazz set. Standouts include the flapper grooves of "Get a Move On!
Listen on Apple Music. Apple Music Preview. Sign Out. Sign In. Try It Now.Nov 07, · Mr. Scruff was the artist who made me realise that dance music didn't have to be so serious, that it could in fact be very silly indeed. "Shanty Town" and "Fish" are both wibbly wobbly knee dancing numbers whose theme is concerned with sea dwelling life, the former sounding like a scene from the children's show, Captain Pugwash/5(17).