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Workship - Rustie - Green Language (CD, Album)

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  1. Release information Barcode: Format: CD Length: Additional details Type: Album Packaging: Digipak Status: Official Language: English Script.
  2. Aug 21,  · Workship A Glimpse Raptor Paradise Stone Up Down (feat. D Double E) Attak (feat. Danny Brown) Tempest He Hate Me (feat. Gorgeous Children) Velcro Lost (feat. Redinho) Dream On Lets Spiral Green Language.
  3. Aug 25,  · Green Language Rustie Electronic ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Workship 2 A Glimpse 3 Raptor 4 Paradise Stone 5 Up Down (feat. D Double E) 6 Attak (feat. Danny Brown) 7 Green Language 13 Songs, 36 Minutes Released: Aug 25,
  4. From hooded Wegie scamp to world-taking producer, Rustie continues to blaze a neon trail with his crackshot 2nd album, 'Green Language'.
  5. Green Language, an Album by Rustie. Released 25 August on Warp (catalog no. WARPCD; CD). Genres: Purple Sound, Wonky, Future Bass. Featured peformers: Rustie.
  6. Glasgow’s Russell Whyte is behind some of the most joyous, hyperactive, and truly original club music of recent years. As electronic alchemist Rustie, he harnesses the energy and euphoria of hyphy hip.
  7. Aug 27,  · Just four minutes into Rustie's Green Language, some 20 seconds before the close of the second song, there's a brief fade-out that's more like a viepelcompsandcorrnisrerilegennorthco.xyzinfo this point, the album .
  8. Green Language is equally seismic. A long-player with birdsong at the heart of its inspiration, it sees him returning on Warp Records with more glistening vistas and adrenaline-charged electronics. Featuring collaborations with Danny Brown, Redinho, D Double E and Gorgeous Children, it's yet another unbeatable full-length from the producer.
  9. Where Glass Swords initially saw Rustie carving out his vision solo (before reworked versions of 'Surph' and 'After Light' featuring Nightwave and AlunaGeorge respectively were added), his follow-up actually goes bolder, with a more prominent cast of guest vocalists. When it works, Green Language truly finds its footing. The Muhsinah-featuring 'Dream On' sees a reprise of the neon synths that.

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