Crazy compilation of the "London Years" in the career of Tycoon To$h. He's a nut bar - DFA signees J.O.Y., founder of 80s post-punk band The Plastics, founder of 90s Japanese hip-hop outfit Major Force and past member of the bods who basically inventied trip-hop, Skylab.
This compilation is suitably diverse, but since it compiles stuff from the mid-90s the sound is closest to Skylab and the Major Force West stuff that was exposed to the English-speaking world via Mo'Wax. Looking at the credits on the sleeve it's clear that a couple of the tracks actually are Skylab in all but name.
About half of the 21-track album is made up of short field recordings, which are actually pretty enjoyable in the context of the album as a whole, but which may mislead people into thinking there's a lot more musical content for your buck than there is.
In the midst of it there are very 60s sounding hippyish songs, mainly acoustic guitar and a warbly female vocalist. …