Punkara

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Punkara
Studio album by Asian Dub Foundation
Released 2008
Genre Electronica, hip hop, big beat, trip hop, dub
Label Naïve Records
Asian Dub Foundation chronology
Time Freeze: The Best of Asian Dub Foundation
(2007)
Punkara
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
World of Music 4/5 stars [1]

Punkara is the sixth studio album by the collective Asian Dub Foundation. It was recorded with The Go! Team producer, Gareth Parton at The Fortress Studios, London. It is the first album released with new singer Al Rumjen formerly of King Prawn. There was an advanced release in Japan on 26 March 2008,[2] and it was subsequently leaked worldwide. Punkara was released in the UK on the 13 October 2008 with a different track listing to the Japanese release which featured an exclusive bonus track.[3] A video has been released for Burning Fence.

Track listing[edit]

Japan release
No. Title Length
1. "Superpower"   04:54
2. "Burning Fence"   04:12
3. "No Fun"   04:17
4. "Speed of Light"   06:15
5. "Ease Up Caesar"   03:58
6. "S.O.C.A."   04:40
7. "Target Practice"   03:33
8. "Living Under the Radar (ghostplane)"   04:16
9. "Altered Statesmen"   04:18
10. "Bride of Punkara"   05:01
11. "Stop the Bleeding"   03:31
12. "Awake/Asleep" (Bonus Track) 04:05
UK release
No. Title Length
1. "Target Practice"   03:33
2. "Burning Fence"   04:14
3. "Superpower"   04:54
4. "Speed of Light"   06:15
5. "Ease Up Caesar"   03:58
6. "Living Under the Radar"   04:16
7. "S.O.C.A."   04:40
8. "Altered Statesmen"   04:18
9. "Bride of Punkara"   05:01
10. "Stop the Bleeding"   03:31
11. "No Fun"   04:17
12. "S.O.C.A. (Eugene Hütz vocal version)" (Bonus Track) 04:40
13. "Burning Fence (Solidays live version)" (Bonus Track) 04:24
14. "Flyover (Solidays live version)" (Bonus Track) 05:05

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