Irreversible Entanglements - Who Sent You?
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Based on 32 ratings
2020 Ratings: #317
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March 20, 2020 / Release Date
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International Anthem / Label
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'Who Sent You?' is a solid, protest jazz EP. The album is a commentary on racial justice in America, and it rightly drips with rage. The album is more or less a fury of rampaging free jazz progressions with angry rants and tormenting mantras layered on top.

Basically, imagine if John Coltrane and Rage Against the Machine made an album together. But Irreversible Entanglements targets are probably more defined than the music of Rage Against the Machine. Where Rage would declare "I won't do ... read more
A tight wound pack of properly pissed off & socially aware free form jazz. This album title might as well be printed in all caps. Even the saxophone sounds white hot pissed.
Fiery free jazz with Zack de la Rocha (just kidding), riffing and venting over the white hot rhythms. Stay on it!

Standouts: The Code Noir/Amina, No Mas, Blues Ideology, Bread Out of Stone

Dropouts: None
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Track List

  1. The Code Noir / Amina
  2. Who Sent You - Ritual
  3. No Más
  4. Blues Ideology
  5. Bread Out of Stone
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Added on: February 20, 2020