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Re​-​Record​.​.​. Not Fade Away

by Yes King

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"Always good to have a 'Yes King' moment, & this is a good consistent LP, solid from start to finish..., lovin' it!" - Daddy G - Massive Attack


released March 8, 2013

Produced entirely by Adams and A&R’d by Mark Rae, Re-Record… Not Fade Away, marks a coming of age for the seasoned studio head and a sonic departure from the outfit’s stonking 2008 debut Rock This World.

Featured artists provide a wealth of variety to the album:

Guitarist for The Soothsayers, Patrick Hatchett plays on much of the album also co-writing several tracks becoming, in Adamsʼ words, ʻcentral to the Yes King soundʼ. Togo born singer Kodjovi Kush adds Afrobeat flavour to ʻOne More Timeʼ with a vocal performance, which displays his musical journey to East London via Ghana, Israel and ʻ90s Central London cultural hotspot, the Africa Centre.

Rock This World collaborators make a welcome return in the form of Kenny Knotts, a UK dancehall vocalist with a string of top 10 hits to his name & rapper Mystro, a honorary Kiwi & seasoned spitting veteran.

Representing the new generation of UK dancehall artists is Toddla T and Sticky collaborator, Lady Chann, providing unique sound system swag on ʻSecret Kingʼ. Decca signing, Annie Bea, adds a sweet summer feel to ʻJust Like Meʼ and new voices Mel Uye Parker, Rioghnach Connolly offer accomplished vocals to lead single, ʻHardgroundʼ, a track which Adams is happy to describe as one of his proudest productions.

All in all, a rich mix thrown in to the sonic melting pot via that all important tape machine mix down!

[The very tape machine to which the album owes so much is central to the album’s cover art produced by Adams together with artist, Paul Curtis.]



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Producer, studio engineer and remixer Rhys Adams aka Yes King first cut his teeth in the studio as assistant engineer at Nottinghamʼs Square Dance Studios in the early ʻ90s working with Neon Productions / Crazy Pʼs Chris Todd under the ʻBright Lightsʼ moniker. Since, he has worked on a series of releases, remixes, and film and television composing. ... more

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