Dust (DJ Muggs album)

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Dust
Studio album by Muggs
Released 11 March 2003
Genre Trip Hop
Hip Hop
Rock
Label ANTI-
Producer DJ Muggs
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (1.1/10)[2]

Dust is a 2003 album released by Cypress Hill producer DJ Muggs. It is a departure from his previous works, as it is more of a trip hop, rock, electronica based CD. The album was originally released on ANTI- Records, then re-released on ANTI-'s sister label, Epitaph Records, on May 8, 2007. The album features vocals by Josh Todd, Greg Dulli, Amy Trujillo, and Everlast.

DJ Muggs is often credited just as "Muggs" for this album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Know"
  2. "Rain" ft. Josh Todd of Buckcherry
  3. "Niente"
  4. "Morta"
  5. "Faded" Josh Todd of Buckcherry
  6. "Chasing Shadows"
  7. "Tears"
  8. "Cloudy Days"
  9. "Fat City" ft. Greg Dulli of Afghan Whigs and Twilight Singers
  10. "Believer"
  11. "Gone For Good" ft. Everlast
  12. "Blip"
  13. "Dead Flowers"
  14. "Far Away"

Singles[edit]

Rain and Morta were the album's first singles, being released before any other songs on the album through either download sites such as CNet's "music.download.com" or compilation albums such as "Anti-spring." (ANTI- Records, 2003)

Personnel[edit]

  • Scott Ablesdrums
  • Greg Dulli – vocals
  • Everlast – vocals
  • Paula Gallitano – strings
  • Muggs – guitar, drums, keyboards, programming, drum programming
  • Mike Sims – bass, guitar
  • Reggie Stewart – bass, guitar, piano
  • Josh Todd – vocals
  • Amy Trujillo – vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "allmusic ((( Dust > Review )))". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2009-10-31. 
  2. ^ Pitchfork Media review