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Artist: David Holmes. Album: The Dogs Are Parading - The Very Best of David Holmes, Pt. 2, 2009. Has been played on. Czech Republic 1.
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The album's first single, "My Mate Paul," was Holmes' first commercial success. His 1997 Essential Mix, a mixture of northern soul, psychedelic funk and hip hop was voted mix of the year by Muzik magazine. In 1998, Danny DeVito commissioned him to do the score for Steven Soderbergh's film Out of Sight. He scored a second film for Soderbergh in 2001, including some songs from Let's Get Killed and Bow Down to the Exit Sign on the Ocean's Eleven remake. Holmes produced the third album by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. Recorded and mixed in Belfast, the album 'Who Built the Moon?' was released on 24 November 2017 Selected Discography.
This album was David Holmes second release and build on his previous album ("This Films Crap, Let's Slash the Seats"), with the emphasis on building immersive film scores/soundtracks, referencing Funky downtempo broken Beat's ("Let's get Killed"), Contemporary 70's Guitar melodramatic fusion ("My Mate Paul"), lively instrumental soul ("Gritty Shaker"), or even a reinterpretation of what the James Bond. David Holmes opens up his funk side with Lets Get Killed, his second album, a sort of love letter to New York City. And from the jazz-funk-breaks of "My Mate Paul," you know you're in for a ride. Lets Get Killed" is more rough, punctuated, as it is, with an expletive-laced conversation, but "Gritty Shaker" gets back to the grooviness that stretches far into the smooth bass and guitar work of "Rodney Yates.