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Soulfly : Tribe

Just like the [a]Prodigy[/a] - and we all know how good they are, don't we?

For fans of South American tribal music, Max Cavalera

returns with

this tribute to Zumbi Dos Palmares. No, us neither. Never

mind,

though, because it's almost certain that this satanic techno-metal record cuts to the heart of what he was all about. And even if it doesn't, who cares? It's loud. And dangerous. Just like the

Prodigy

- and we all know how good they are, don't we?



JAMES OLDHAM

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