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The Future Belongs To Us - Audio Bullys - Higher Than The Eiffel (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. There’s little crowd-pleasing electro or fashionable dubstep on Higher Than the Eiffel, but Audio Bullys have made a welcome, well-produced and lively returning album that delivers the goods far.
  2. Audio Bullys are an English electronic music project, Their third album, Higher Than the Eiffel, was released on 29 March Again this featured a collaboration with Suggs as well as his bandmate, keyboardist Mike Barson. new material to be released in the near future.
  3. Their album, Higher Than The Eiffel, was released on 29 March Again this featured a collaboration with Suggs as well as his bandmate, keyboardist Mike Barson. On 18 February , it was announced through the group's official Facebook page that Dinsdale had left the group. Franks continues to perform live as Audio Bullys, alongside DJ.
  4. Mar 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Audio Bullys - Higher Than The Eiffel at Discogs. Complete your Audio Bullys collection/5(39).
  5. Audio Bullys - Listen to Audio Bullys on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  6. Buy Audio Bullys on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Audio Bullys The Future Belongs To Us Shotgun Dragging Me Down Smiling Faces 17 Goodbye Played Higher Than The Eiffel (2xLP) Cooking Vinyl. Cat: BULLYLP 1. Rel: 01 Apr
  7. I thought Audio Bullys were finished. The five-year gap between 'Generation' and their third LP ('Higher Than The Eiffel') seemed to confirm this fact, a group struggling for inspiration, struggling to recapture the genius of their first effort. Then I heard 'Only Man' (the first single off the new LP) on the radio. I was pleasantly surprised.3/5(9).
  8. Audio Bullys could be described as one of the most forward thinking groups of the new century so far. Their unfiltered tales of everyday life are very different from those of The Streets, say – and in fact they could almost be called The Men From The Streets, due to Simon Franks’ straight down the middle persduncacafasme.pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.infoinfo first two albums have occasionally hinted at the onset of grime and.
  9. The dance generation these days are sick of hearing Djs today. They want authetic instruments these days. That is what DFA brought them. But with a name like Audio Bullys', you better not expect much form the Audio Bullys but a musical challenge for those who had heard Electronic music, and the fact that they will force you onto the dance floor/5(7).

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