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Monkey Mafia


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A 90s alias of Jon Carter, for his productions as opposed to the flavoured Junior Cartier project. Inevitably lumped in with the “” movement of the time, although their album Shoot the Boss had a dark mood and heavy influence that defied the “cheeky party antics” ethos of the genre.


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  • trancemw13

    The Whore Of Babylon. Zakochałem się w tym od pierwszego usłyszenia!

    17 Apr 2012 Reply
  • infctr

    what the hell?? Monkey Maffia is another valid artist!

    17 Feb 2011 Reply
  • wheezardth

    Bring back Monkey Mafia - I'm listening to it since 2000, ever so fresh!!!

    30 May 2010 Reply
  • qTeCk

    I mean Shoot the Boss album ;)

    19 May 2010 Reply
  • qTeCk

    massively underrated, this should be a classic like The Fat of The Land

    19 May 2010 Reply
  • Faux_Sonata

    remember blowin' their tracks off my college radio show back when Shoot the Boss first came out...never got enough love though as they deserve...

    23 Jun 2009 Reply
  • CG-SE


    11 Mar 2009 Reply
  • mlansman

    Good description, although I think 'Inevitably lumped in with the “big beat” movement' is overly disparaging: there are clear similarities between shoot the boss and the classical 'big beat' artists. That being said "Shoot the Boss had a dark mood and heavy dub influence that defied the “cheeky party antics” ethos of the genre" is very true. That's what makes it such a great album: it takes an aesthetic and extends it into unforeseen territory.

    5 Feb 2009 Reply
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  • FlaniganChump

    one of the greatest album of the 90s. I was a massive fan when it first came out, and I am still a massive fan today. Bring back Monkey Mafia!!

    29 Jul 2008 Reply

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