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Ghislain Poirier - No Ground Under

Musician: Ghislain Poirier
Album title: No Ground Under
Style: Breakbeat, Ragga HipHop
Released: 2007
Country: Canada
Size MP3 version: 1607 mb
Size APE version: 1174 mb
Size WMA version: 1997 mb
Rating ✫: 4.2
Votes: 380
Format: MP1 AC3 AHX MP4 MPC VQF TTA
Genre: Electronic / Hip-hop / Reggae

Ghislain Poirier - No Ground Under mp3 album

Ghislain Poirier - No Ground Under mp3 album

Tracklist

Courto 0:38
Blazin 3:20
Jusqu'en Haut 3:39
Hit & Red 3:07
No More Blood 2:45
Go Ballistic 3:57
One Hand Can’t Clap 1:36
City Walking 2:52
Ladies & Gentleman 2:59
It’s A War War 4:43
Exils 3:35
Dem Nah Like Me 4:43
Diaspora 4:06
Mangnen L'boulé 3:33

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZENCD138 Ghislain Poirier No Ground Under ‎(CD, Album) Ninja Tune ZENCD138 Canada 2007
ZEN 138 Ghislain Poirier No Ground Under ‎(2xLP, Album) Ninja Tune ZEN 138 Canada 2007
ZENCD138UK Ghislain Poirier No Ground Under ‎(CD, Album) Ninja Tune ZENCD138UK UK 2007
BRZN-138 Ghislain Poirier No Ground Under ‎(CD) Ninja Tune BRZN-138 UK 2008
ZENCD 138 P Ghislain Poirier No Ground Under ‎(CD, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCD 138 P UK 2008



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Fun, energetic stuff from Quebecois Ghislain Poirier on his Ninja Tune debut, NO GROUND UNDER. "Blazin" gets the thumping dancehall party start in no short order, but "Jusqu'en Haut" relies more on hip-hop, replete with French lyrics. The instrumental "Hit & Red" goes for more hip-hop, but this time abstracted, whereas "No More Blood" puts some Jamaican toasting over a slower beat. But "Go Ballistic" picks up the pace with a 4-on-the-floor, and the dancehall and hip-hop crash together in digital sparks with "Ladies & Gentleman." Alas, there are some duff tracks too, like the trying-too-hard-to-be-deep "City Walking" or the bland "Dem Nah Like Me," but "It’s A War War" with its messy abstraction and "Exils" with its Arabic instrumentation help make up for it. "Mangnen L'boulé" ends the album on a slower, African note, a polyglot capper to a good selection here.