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Let Us Play

by Coldcut

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On September 8th 1997 Coldcut released their 4th album, their first on their own label, Ninja Tune. Ninja Tune was born out of a desire to side-step the bullshit of major industry dealings, and over the last seven years the label has continued to expand on the D.I.Y. philosophy that gave it birth. Coldcut, and many others, have waited a long time for this moment to come. From uneasy (b)listening to future-retro space-junk, this is Ninja Tune's most important release ever. Let Us Play.

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released June 1, 1997

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Coldcut London, UK

Most people come into music, do the same thing for a few years, slowly sink back into obscurity and spend the rest of their life collecting publishing royalties and re-forming for tribute tours. Their biographies can afford to be quite short – most of us aren’t that interested in golf or angling. ... more

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