Trouser Jazz is an electronic album by Mr. Scruff, released in 2002. It is Mr. Scruff's second "proper" album (actually his third, but the early compilation album Mr. Scruff was deleted and re-released in 2005). In 2010 it was awarded a gold certification from the Independent Music Companies Association, which indicated sales of at least 100,000 copies throughout Europe. Beyond" (featuring Seaming To) – 3:48. Shrimp" (featuring Sneaky of Fingathing) – 7:01.
Shelf Wobbler, 06:31.
Trouser Jazz - Mr. Scruff, Electronic music genre. Electronic songs and albums by Mr. Scruff, Mp3 Music.
Scruff is the recording name of Andy Carthy (born in 10 February 1972 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England), a British DJ and artist. He lives in Stockport, Greater Manchester, and studied fine art at the Psalter Lane campus of Sheffield Hallam University. Before he could make a living from his music alone, he worked as a shelf-stacker in the Burton Road branch of Kwik Save.
The third album from Andy Carthy continues from where 1999's Keep It Unreal left off, with playful grooves and a smorgasbord of daft titles that include "Come on Granddad" and the self-explanatory subsonic rumblings of "Shelf Wobbler. As the down-tempo movement becomes increasingly mature, however, so this irreverence becomes increasingly irrelevant, with Scruff at his best when he keeps his finicky sense of fun in check.
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