Transglobal Underground Impossible Broadcasting
- Words: Derek Beres
- Label: Triloka-Artemis
On their sixth studio recording, London-based Transglobal Underground rests safe in the fact they never know who they‘ll be tomorrow. This makes for some interesting recording-Asia, Jamaica, Bulgaria, and India are all over Impossible Broadasting-but the album lacks coherency. Killer tracks-like the dub-heavy "The Sikhman and The Rasta" (led by the patois anagrams of Tuup) and "Stoyane/Male-Le" featuring Trio Bulgaria-are sandwiched between utter nonsense like the rah-rah one-world "Drinking in Gomorrah." Have another drink and get back to business boys.
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