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Part of the early-2000s worldtronica movement, Black Bombay mixes the concepts of trip-hop with Hindi vocals and a bit of Indian percussion here and there. The vocalists used are quite powerful ones, with voices soaring over the instrumental tracks easily. While the worldtronica trend wasn't exactly new at the time of this album's release (taking its first major steps with "Return to Innocence" years ago), the force behind it was growing rapidly.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
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- Night At the Temple - (5:44) - 7 plays
- Children of the Sky - (4:32) - 7 plays
- Migration Dub - (6:14) - 6 plays
- Revelation Dub - (5:06) - 7 plays
- Voice of the Hidden Waterfall - (7:18) - 2 plays
- Karnatak Journey - (8:49) - 4 plays
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