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NENEH CHERRY - MAN (LTD 180G LP)

NENEH CHERRY - MAN (LTD 180G LP)
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NENEH CHERRY - MAN (LTD 180G LP)

Neneh Cherry spent her childhood living 50/50 between a loft in New York and in the South of Sweden with her mother and stepfather, the legendary jazz musician Don Cherry. At 14, she started taking trips to Harlem with Ari Up of the Slits at a time when few would venture so far uptown. Soon after, she left home and moved to London, and spent the next 20 years inside the crucial developments in British subculture.

As post-punk became the site of '80s Britain's artistic and political resistance, she helped form the anarchic multi-ethnic, multi-genre Rip, Rig + Panic, and she was one of the first to bring hip-hop culture to a British audience with "Buffalo Stance" and Raw Like Sushi. Although at points her career had brushes with the mainstream, Neneh remained staunchly counter-culture.

Through post-punk's adherence to mixed-race line-ups and anti-government stance, to UK rap's refusal of the conventions of pop, trip-hop's connection with the politicized elements of rave culture and, through 1996's Man, where she introduced elements of Senegalese language to mainstream audiences for the first time via the mammoth "7 Seconds" single featuring Senegalese singer Youssou N'DourNeneh Cherry has continually arrived at moments in musical history when there was an opportunity to subvert ideas of popular culture.

1. Woman
2. Feel It
3. Hornbeam
4. Trouble Man
5. Golden Ring
6. 7 Seconds
7. Kootchi
8. Beastiality
9. Carry Me
10. Together Now
11. Everything

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