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Tracklist


1Brainwashed Again
Vocals – Danny Ladwa, Elisa
4:17
2No Time
Guitar – Oddur RunarssonVocals – Dr. Israel
5:02
3Oud We Think We Are?
Bass – AshtechOud – Jef StottPercussion – Zozo Kombe
5:11
4Barracudub
Co-producer – Dub Gabriel
4:18
5Back To Baia
Bass – Omer MarantzGuitar – Omer Marantz
4:44
6No More Blood
Co-producer – NeurodriverProgrammed By – Dub Gabriel, Far Too Loud
6:21
7Hotel Caledonia
Bagpipes – Lorne CousinSynthesizer – Liquid Stranger
5:51
8Bad Boy Bass
Co-producer, Programmed By – Tom RealVocals – Conroy Ellis
4:55
9Strictly Goodness
Vocals – Kenny Knots
5:54
10Serious Ting
Percussion – Dor KelmanVocals – Bunny Wailer
5:16
11There's Enough
Backing Vocals – Alex Goodwill, Tom ThorleyBass – Roberta VicinelliPiano – Alessandro MagriVocals – Hardage, Michael Franti
4:30

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0205524EITGaudi No Prisoners ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Six Degrees Records, Edel0205524EITItaly2010

Credits


  • Mastered ByDavid Blackman
  • Producer, Arranged By, Programmed By, Synthesizer [Moog & Analogue], Theremin, Melodica, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]Gaudi

Notes


Recorded at Metatron Studio, London.
Mastered at Hiltongrove Studio, London.

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 6 57036 11632 0
  • Matrix / Runout: 1263592 01
  • Other: IFPI LN08

Companies


  • Recorded At – Metatron Studio, London
  • Mastered At – Hiltongrove Mastering
  • Marketed By – Six Degrees Records
  • Manufactured By – Six Degrees Records

Video


Gaudi - No Prisoners MP3 FLAC
Performer: Gaudi
Genre: Electronic / Reggae
Title: No Prisoners
Country: UK
Released: 23 Mar 2010
Style: Dub, Dubstep
MP3 album: 2890 mb
FLAC album: 2048 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 948
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: 657036 1163 2
Label: Six Degrees Records

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Gaudi's international-flavored dub takes NO PRISONERS, and the thick bass of "Bad Boy Bass" only proves this beyond a shadow of a doubt. Michael Franti offers his vocals to "There's Enough," but his lyrics remain somewhat muted, though the jazz piano makes up for it. "Back To Baia" has a low house flavor to it, while "Oud We Think We Are?" takes a quick detour to the Middle East for some funky breaks. And are those bagpipes I hear in "Hotel Caledonia"? Well, that's unexpected. "Strictly Goodness" steps into church before breaking back out, and "No More Blood" ends the album on a heavier note. Good, though I wish that the ethnic influences could have been integrated better throughout the album.