Let Us Play!

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Let Us Play!
Let Us Play (Coldcut album) cover art.jpg
Studio album by
Released8 September 1997 (1997-09-08)
GenreElectronica, trip hop, hip hop
LabelNinja Tune
ProducerColdcut
Coldcut chronology
Coldcut & DJ Food Fight
(1997)
Let Us Play!
(1997)
Let Us Replay!
(1999)
Singles from Let Us Play!
  1. "Timber"
    Released: January 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3.5/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork8.9/10 stars[2]

Let Us Play! is the fourth album by Coldcut, released on 8 September 1997. It was their first album to be released on their own label, Ninja Tune.

Track listing[edit]

LP version[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Return to Margin"
  2. "Atomic Moog 2000 (Post Nuclear Afterlife Lounge Mix)"
  3. "Noah's Toilet"

Side two[edit]

  1. "More Beats + Pieces (Daddy Rips It Up Mix)"
  2. "Rubaiyat"
  3. "Pan Opticon"

Side three[edit]

  1. "Music 4 No Musicians"
  2. "Space Journey"
  3. "Timber"

Side four[edit]

  1. "Every Home a Prison"
  2. "Cloned Again"
  3. "I'm Wild About That Thing (The Lost Sex Tapes: Position 1)"

CD version[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Return to Margin"
  2. "Atomic Moog 2000 (Post Nuclear Afterlife Lounge Mix)"
  3. "More Beats + Pieces (Daddy Rips It Up Mix)"
  4. "Rubaiyat"
  5. "Pan Opticon"
  6. "Music 4 No Musicians"
  7. "Noah's Toilet"
  8. "Space Journey"
  9. "Timber"
  10. "Every Home a Prison" [featuring Jello Biafra]
  11. "Cloned Again"
  12. "I'm Wild About That Thing (The Lost Sex Tapes: Position 1)"

Disc two[edit]

  1. "Atomic Moog 2000 (Bullet Train)"

+"interactive toybox full of Coldcut games, toys & videos"

VHS version[edit]

  1. "Return To Margin"
  2. "Atomic Moog 2000 (Post Nuclear After Life Lounge)"
  3. "Noah’s Toilet"
  4. "More Beats and Pieces (Daddy Rips It Up Mix)"
  5. "Rubaiyat"
  6. "Pan Opticon"
  7. "Music 4 No Musicians"
  8. "Space Journey"
  9. "Timber"
  10. "Every Home a Prison"
  11. "Cloned Again"
  12. "I’m Wild About That Thing (The Lost Sex Tapes: Position 1)"

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Bush. "Let Us Play! review by AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  2. ^ James Wisdom (26 January 1999). "Let Us Play! review by Pitchfork". Pitchfork. Retrieved 21 January 2019.