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|2.||"Anyimo" (Jerome Sydenham Ibadan vocal dub) (6:18)|
|1.||"Anyimo" (Johnny AUX remix) (8:18)|
|2.||"Anyimo" (Jerome Sydenham Ibadan Deepstrumental) (6:18)|
Fellow Danes Djuma Soundsystem and Yann Coppier team up with King Ayisoba on vocals for "Anyimu". King Ayisoba sings in Frafra, Twi and in English and is a big star in Ghana. This track is the kind of trippy and atmospheric slow burner that you could imagine label boss Damien Lazarus playing during the final hours of one of his legendary Burning Man sets. Who better to get in for a remix than Ibadan main man Jerome Sydenham for the high octane "Ibadan vocal dub" or the slightly more restrained "Ibadan Deepstrumental". The mysterious Johnny Aux lends a hand on the remix too giving the track a dusty and tunnelling deep techno remix, sounding like early Fred P, not bad!
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