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15th anniversary edition of 750 individually numbered copies on flaming coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The second studio album from Nigerian-German singer/songwriter Nneka, No Longer At Ease is a politically charged collection of songs which fuses an eclectic combination of Jamaican reggae, '70s soul-funk, drum'n'bass, and electronica. It is inspired by the Chinua Achebe novel of the same name. It's 15 tracks that are given a lo-fi edge, tackle a range of tough subjects, from the Niger Delta struggle to government corruption, to religious hypocrisy.
15th anniversary edition of 750 individually numbered copies on flaming coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The second studio album from Nigerian-German singer/songwriter Nneka, No Longer At Ease is a politically charged collection of songs which fuses an eclectic combination of Jamaican reggae, '70s soul-funk, drum'n'bass, and electronica. It is inspired by the Chinua Achebe novel of the same name. It's 15 tracks that are given a lo-fi edge, tackle a range of tough subjects, from the Niger Delta struggle to government corruption, to religious hypocrisy.
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No Longer At Ease: 15th Anniversary [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition]
Artist: Nneka
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $47.99
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1. Death
2. Heartbeat
3. Mind Vs. Heart
4. Suffri
5. Come with Me
6. Gypsy
7. Halfcast
8. Something to Say (Feat. Pat Attah)
9. Streets Lack Love
10. Niger Delta
11. From Africa 2 U
12. Running Away
13. Walking (Bonus Track)
14. Focus
15. Kangpe (Feat. Wesley Williams)
16. Deadly Combination

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15th anniversary edition of 750 individually numbered copies on flaming coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The second studio album from Nigerian-German singer/songwriter Nneka, No Longer At Ease is a politically charged collection of songs which fuses an eclectic combination of Jamaican reggae, '70s soul-funk, drum'n'bass, and electronica. It is inspired by the Chinua Achebe novel of the same name. It's 15 tracks that are given a lo-fi edge, tackle a range of tough subjects, from the Niger Delta struggle to government corruption, to religious hypocrisy.
        
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