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The Method - Cujo - Adventures In Foam (CD, Album)

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  1. Release Format Tracks Country/Date Label Catalog# Barcode; Official; Adventures in Foam: CD:
  2. Nov 17,  · Cujo; Album Adventures in Foam; Writers The Method; Artist Cujo; Album Adventures in Foam; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Ninja Tune Ltd (on behalf of Ninja Tune); Audiam (Publishing), Third.
  3. Adventures in Foam, an Album by Cujo. Released in September on NINEBAR (catalog no. NOZACD03; CD). Genres: Nu Jazz, Breakbeat.
  4. 1) Cujo was the first project of Amon Tobin, before he signed to Ninja Tune and started going by his own name. Cujo was scrapped after Adventures In Foam, which was released September Adventures In Foam was re-released by NinjaTune in as a two-disc version containing a half-dozen previously unheard tracks.
  5. Jul 19,  · Sticker on the cover: "Cujo - Amon Tobin's 1st album re-issued with a bonus CD of rare and unreleased tracks" From the booklet: "The track titled 'The Sequel' on the Shadow Records release of 'Adventures In Foam' was not in fact 'The Sequel', but a track called 'Clockwork'/5().
  6. Adventures in Foam is the first album by Brazilian electronic musician Amon Tobin, and the only one to be released under the name Cujo (Portuguese for "whose"). It was first released in September on the small south London label Ninebar records. This was around the same time that Tobin signed with Ninja Tune to record under his own name.
  7. Adventures In Foam by Cujo, released 08 October 1. Adventures In Foam Intro 2. Cat People 3. Northstar 4. Fat Ass Joint 5. Ol' Bunkhouse 6. Paris Streatham 7. A Vida 8. Traffic 9. Reefs The Sighting Break Charmer The Method On The Track Cruzer The Brazilianaire 4 or 6 Mars Brothers Popsicle The Light
  8. May 27,  · After getting "Adventures in Foam" and listening to the whole thing non-stop (I usually skip through a CD if it's garbage!), I realized that these songs couldn't've be produced by any human being. I say that in jest, of course, but Cujo-Tobin has taken a dying genre (that being D&B, jungle or whatever it's called) and turned it into something a.

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