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|2.||Omar Shoolil - "Hab Isii" (5:36)|
|3.||Mukhtar Ramadan Idii - "Check Up My Head" (5:50)|
|1.||Bakaka Band - "Geesiyada Halgamayow" (5:44)|
|2.||Fadumo Qassim & Waaberi Band - "Waa Kaa Helaa" (6:21)|
|3.||Iftin Band - "Sirmaqabe" (6:29)|
|1.||Mukhtar Ramadan Idii - "Baayo" (5:36)|
|2.||Ahmed Shimaali & Ahmed Sharif "Killer" - "Hoobeya" (5:10)|
|3.||Dur Dur Band - "Shaleedayaa" (3:47)|
|1.||Dur Dur Band - "Ladaney" (5:06)|
|2.||Bakaka Band - "Gobonimada Jira" (8:33)|
|3.||Iftin Band - "Ii Ooy Aniga" (3:37)|
The result of three years of digging through tapes of "strange music" in the Radio Mogadishu archives and restless research to find the musicians involved, Analog Africa's latest compilation shines a light on Somalia's previously undocumented dance music scene. It features tracks recorded between 1972 and '91 by a variety of unknown artists, with the assembled music touching on disco, psych-funk, Moog-laden club-focused instrumentals and heavyweight, Bob Marley-inspired reggae rhythms. It's a hugely vibrant and entertaining set of off-kilter and unusual Somalian translations of American and Caribbean music styles, with the bumper accompanying booklet offering up a wealth of little-known information.
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