Album Review: Underworld Barking

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Rating: 4 out of 5

Underworld's  Barking  album cover. Photo / Supplied
Underworld's Barking album cover. Photo / Supplied

The concept behind the British dance duo's latest album is this: they write the songs and send them out to a bunch of collaborators who give them their unique spin.

So there's everything from the feelgood jazzy drum 'n' bass of Scribble (with Welsh producer High Contrast), the gentle post-punk oonst of Grace (with Dubfire), and the anthemic cheese of Diamond Jigsaw (with Paul van Dyk).

Overall it's the veteran dance band's best album since 1999's Beaucoup Fish.


- NZ Herald

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