Sound Museum, the second solo joint from Deee-Lite’s former DJ, showcases the same bounce and song sense that made the group’s “Groove Is in the Heart” irresistible. Jazzy hip-hop, fizzy house, even Indonesian gamelan inform the mix. But the well-deployed guests make it count. Among the best moments: primo raps by Biz Markie and Bahamadia, and a bossa-nova cover of Hall & Oates’ “Private Eyes” that coolly whups the original. A-
Sound Museum Sound Museum, the second solo joint from Deee-Lite's former DJ, showcases the same bounce and song sense that made the group's ...Sound MuseumElectronic, Pop Sound Museum, the second solo joint from Deee-Lite's former DJ, showcases the same bounce and song sense that made the group's ...1998-02-20
Genre: Electronic, Pop; Lead Performer: Towa Tei
Posted February 20 1998 — 12:00 AM EST
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