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Senser - Asylum (2002) Retail CD
By 1994, Senser, a multi-ethnic South London collective, were leading lights in the pro-freedom movement disparagingly and ignorantly labelled Crustie. Fronted by rapper Heitham Al-Sayed, they mixed hard rock with Eastern percussion and heavy, trancey techno, while angrily espousing the cause of New Age travellers and other dispossessed underclasses. After the Top 5 album, Stacked, though, Al-Sayed departed, drawing vocalist Kerstin Haigh to the fore. Their comeback album, Asylum, co-produced with the notoriously excessive Arthur Baker, was an even more ferocious document. Haigh, like Tricky'smore… vocalist Martina, flipped impressively between quiet desperation, sweet vulnerability and howling rage, and the band were now perfectly timing their metallic surges and programmed orchestrals. Like some thudding collision between Nine Inch Nails, Public Enemy and Sinead O'Connor, Asylum saw Senser rightly lauded across the whole breadth of the music press--metal, hip-hop and indie. A cross-cultural classic. --Dominic Wills
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- Senser - Asylum (2002) Retail CD
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