Bogata brzmieniowo chilloutowa płyta od wszechstronnego producenta z Planet Mu i MinimalRome. Balearyczne gitary, sitary, ale szumy, saturacja i atmosfera przyjemnego zmęczenia.
It's damn near impossible to say much that hasn't already be said about Neneh Cherry, and this, her still-startling debut album from 1988, which - in contrast to a substantial proportion of that era's efforts - has managed to stand the test of time remarkably well. Not that we were ever in any doubt. If you can, cast your mind back to what things were really like then and realise just how forward thinking this far-reaching marvel was at the time. Using elements of block party hip hop, future disco, acid house and synth pop, that it pre-dates the widespread popularity of almost all those genres makes its mainstream success all the more eyebrow-raising. This, and the fact you've probably spent more time on the dancefloor punching air to 'Buffalo Stance' at house parties than most other tracks, makes 'Raw Like Sushi' a genuinely essential album to own.