Roots Manuva - Brand New Second Hand
NME.COM feature on Roots Manuva - Brand New Second Hand album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 23 March 1999
Should [a]Roots Manuva[/a] ever tire of the rap game, he could always become a demolition expert....
Should Roots Manuva ever tire of the rap game, he could always become a demolition expert. Compounding hip-hop power and dancehall reggae grind, his voice isn't so much in his boots as subterranean, packing the force to flatten the unsightly tower blocks of his south London locale. But what makes 'Brand New Second Hand' that most rare of phenomena, a fine UK hip-hop...
- Mar 12, 1999
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- Dem Phonies
- Juggle Tings Proper
- Soul Decay
- Strange Behaviour
- Organ Skit
- Big Tings Gwidarn
- Sinking Sands
- Wisdom Fall
- Roots-fi Discotheque
- Cornmeal Dumpling
- Oh Yeah...
- Motion 5000
This EP isn’t going to bag Roots Manuva a retirement fund
- Jan 18, 2013
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- Sep 20, 2011
Roots returns with a predictable record, but one perfect for summer boozing
- Sep 6, 2010
Roots Manuva, Four Tet, Slow Club were all booked to perform at the Hampshire event
Roots Manuva, Factory Floor, Cass McCombs, Willy Mason, King Krule will all play the Yorkshire event
Skunk Anansie set to feature on rapper's eighth studio album
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