Leftfield - The Afro-Left Ep
NME.COM feature on Leftfield - The Afro-Left Ep album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 24 June 1995
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- Afro Left (feat. Djum Djum)
- Afro Ride (feat. Djum Djum)
- Afro Sol (feat. Djum Djum)
- Afro Central (feat. Djum Djum)
[B]'Afrika Shox'[/B] is a worryingly pedestrian piece of work, a burly slab of vocoder electro-funk that falls far short of the melodrama it aspires to generate.
- Sep 4, 1999
Directed by [B]Chris Cunningham[/B] so fast asleep he's dead....
- Feb 12, 2000
London Arena seems to be accomodating those who fancy their saucer-eyed gurners' soundtrack to have a little variety...
- Jan 2, 2001
Dance veterans to play Manchester and Sheffield
Aphex Twin, David Guetta, Friendly Fires, Soulwax also on the bill for August event
Band join Rock Ness Festival bill
Leftfield - The Afro-Left Ep: Wikipedia Album Entry
"Afro-Left" is a song by Leftfield, released as their seventh single. The song was released on 12", CD and cassette on 24 July 1995. It featured Neil Cole (as Djum Djum) on vocals, and it was rumoured that the lyrics were in an unspecified African language; it was later revealed that they were simply gibberish, or "Djum Djum talk". The song reached #22 in the UK charts. The B-side "Afro Ride" was used in the 1995 game wipE'out" and featured in the wipE'out" soundtrack and the wipE'out" 2097 soundtrack.
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