||Double Damage CDs (2003) |
Wobble albums The Damage Manual: Jah Wobble, Martin Atkins, Geordie Walker, Chris Connelly.
The Damage Manual: Chris Connelly (vocals); Jah Wobble (bass guitar); Geordie Walker, Martin Atkins.
Personnel: Chris Connelly (vocals); Geordie Walker (guitar); Bobdog Catlin (sitar); Charlotte Glasson (violin, saxophone); Lee Fraser (synthesizer, drum programming); Martin Atkins (drums, loops); Jesse Delapena (scratches).
Audio Mixers: Jah Wobble; Geordie Walker; Martin Atkins; Chris Cookson; Lee Fraser; Jason McNinch; Mark Lusardi; SiP; Satan; Bill Laswell .
Recording information: Asi, Chicago, IL; Berwick Street Studios, London, England; Fortress II; The Mattress Factory, England; The Waiting Room.
Editors: Martin Atkins; Doug Seay.
Photographers: Mary Scanlon; Calbee Boothe.
Additional personnel: Jesse De La Pena (scratches).
This is an Enhanced CD, Which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
||English Disease CD (1998)
Wobble CD discography In light of both the hobbyhorse donkeys playing soccer on the cartoon jacket cover and the disparaging band and album names, the unsuspecting listener might take this late-'80s release from the On-U Sound label to be one definitive cheap shot at England's national obsession. But considering the preponderance of English soccer references in the song titles and a dizzying and sympathetic array of game-day samples from crowd chants to broadcast-booth snippets, this Barmy Army album works more as a musical homage peppered with a good-natured jab or two. Politics aside, Barmy Army, like Dub Syndicate and Tackhead, was one of the many bands producer Adrian Sherwood oversaw as head of On-U Sound (the personnel for some of these groups were often interchangeable). Enlisting the help of former Sugar Hill Records house band members -- guitarist Skip McDonald, bassist Doug Wimbish, and drummer Keith Le Blanc -- Sherwood shifts from the reggae and dub-centered sound of his earlier productions to a more rock and electronica-dominated mix here. The ...