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Friday, Dec 08 2000 | 15:14

West London/

After becoming one of the hottest boys on the remix block (UFO, Nine Yards, Charlie Watts, Yellow Productions, etc) Modaji returns with his first new material in 12 months, the first single taken from the album being “One and the Same”.

The self titled debut album sees Modaji join forces with vocalists Marcus Begg, Jagdeep, Melissa Brown and IC Brown for a soulful Tour de Force that is to the year 2000 what Loose Ends were to ’83¦ superb London Soul.

A future classic in the making: release date: 19th Feb 2001!

01. One And The Same
02. Fuel For The Ire
03. Shook Up
04. Into Something
05. No Disguise
06. See The Changes
07. Outside From The Inside
08. Sanctuary
09. Rush
10. Shocka’s Joint
11. Shook Up Reprise

What the press said¦

˜ ¦This is at once uplifting, soothing, danceable and extremely soulful¦ the range and depth is astounding’
(Touch Magazine)

˜ ¦In short Dominic Jacobson has produced a debut album that ain’t far short of perfect’
(Jockey Slut)

˜¦This album could prove as important to the growth of contemporary music in the next decade as the Young Disciples were to the previous one.’
(Straight No Chaser)

˜Modaji represents British jazz – house pushing forward.’
(The Face)

˜Endzones represents a particular high point in this artist’s ascent, expect more big noise from Modaji this year’

˜Modaji is destined for utter greatness’

˜Flying off between Clausell and Craig, spellbinding and victorious’

˜Sounds like Carl Craig if he was in Ladbroke Grove, strictly future jazz’ (Mixmag)

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