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2014
Friendly Bacteria
AlbumMay 16, 2014

Friendly Bacteria

Friendly Bacteria is the fifth studio album by the British musician …
Friendly Bacteria is the fifth studio album by the British musician and DJ Mr. Scruff. It was released on 19 May 2014 by the labels Ninja Tune/Ninja Tuna simultaneously.
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2011
Southport Weekender, Vol. 9: Mixed by Mr. Scruff & DJ Spinna
AlbumOct 17, 2011

Southport Weekender, Vol. 9: Mixed by …

Southport Weekender, Vol. 9: Mixed by Mr. Scruff & DJ …
Southport Weekender, Vol. 9: Mixed by Mr. Scruff & DJ Spinna released.
2009
Chipmunk & Fish
AlbumJun 5, 2009

Chipmunk & Fish

Chipmunk & Fish released.
Bonus Bait
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AlbumFeb 9, 2009

Bonus Bait

Bonus Bait is a compilation album by British musician and DJ …
Bonus Bait is a compilation album by British musician and DJ Andrew "Mr. Scruff" Carthy. It was released on 9 February 2009 by Ninja Tune, and features outtakes of his album Ninja Tuna. In the United States, an MP3 double-album version of Ninja Tuna was released on 17 February, which included Bonus Bait as the second album.
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2008
Ninja Tuna
AlbumOct 6, 2008

Ninja Tuna

Ninja Tuna is the fourth studio album by the British musician …
Ninja Tuna is the fourth studio album by the British musician and DJ Andrew "Mr. Scruff" Carthy, released on 6 October 2008 simultaneously by Ninja Tune and Ninja Tuna, a special subdivision of Ninja Tune created by Mr. Scruff in order for him to release his music.
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SongSep 22, 2008

Kalimba
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2006
Mr. Scruff's Big Chill Classics
AlbumSep 18, 2006

Mr. Scruff's Big Chill Classics

Mr. Scruff's Big Chill Classics released.
2004
Keep It Solid Steel Volume 1
AlbumSep 13, 2004

Keep It Solid Steel Volume 1

Keep It Solid Steel Volume 1 …
Keep It Solid Steel Volume 1 is Mr. Scruff's first DJ mix album, recorded for Ninja Tune's Solid Steel series.
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2002
Trouser Jazz
AlbumSep 16, 2002

Trouser Jazz

Trouser Jazz is an electronic album by Mr. Scruff, released in …
Trouser Jazz is an electronic album by Mr. Scruff, released in 2002. It is Mr. Scruff's second "proper" album (actually his third, but the early compilation album Mr. Scruff was deleted and re-released in 2005). In 2010 it was awarded a gold certification from the Independent Music Companies Association, which indicated sales of at least 100,000 copies throughout Europe.
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SongSep 9, 2002

Here We Go
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SongSep 9, 2002

Sweet Smoke
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Heavyweight Rib Ticklers
AlbumFeb 11, 2002

Heavyweight Rib Ticklers

Heavyweight Rib Ticklers is …
Heavyweight Rib Ticklers is a compilation album compiled by Mr. Scruff. It features a selection of dub tracks released between the 1970s and early 2000s. The album was released by Unfold Recordings, a sub-label of Tru Thoughts Recordings. The vinyl version was released as two LPs and a 7" single.
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1999
SongJun 1, 1999

Chipmunk
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SongJun 1, 1999

Shanty Town
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SongJun 1, 1999

Spandex Man
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Keep It Unreal
AlbumJun 1, 1999

Keep It Unreal

Keep It Unreal is Mr. Scruff's first major release. It includes the …
Keep It Unreal is Mr. Scruff's first major release. It includes the hit single "Get a Move On", which is an electro swing track built upon samples of Moondog's "Bird's Lament (In Memory of Charlie Parker)" alongside vocals from T-Bone Walker's "Hypin' Woman Blues." The album ends with "Fish", a track made up of samples about marine life, which is a motif of Mr. Scruff. Samples used in the track include the likes of David Attenborough and David Bellamy. The original sleeve had a black background. It was re-released in 2009 as a 10th anniversary two disc set.
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SongApr 26, 1999

Get a Move On
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1998
Chipmunk / Fish / Happy Band
AlbumFeb 1, 1998

Chipmunk / Fish / Happy Band

Chipmunk / Fish / Happy Band released.
1997
Mr. Scruff
AlbumMay 9, 1997

Mr. Scruff

Mr. Scruff is the eponymous debut studio album by Mr. Scruff. It …
Mr. Scruff is the eponymous debut studio album by Mr. Scruff. It was released via Pleasure Music on May 12, 1997. The album saw the emergence of one of Scruff's obsessions – sea-life. The opening track, "Sea Mammal", was the first of several to use cut-up recordings of voice-overs from children's stories and nature documentaries to create surreal and silly stories. The track is a tribute to Boogie Down Productions' track "My Philosophy", and was originally released as the B-side to Scruff's debut release, the single "Hocus Pocus" (1995). The album also contains another track that references sea creatures – the album's closer, "Wail" (being a homophone for "whale").
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Large Pies EP
AlbumApr 22, 1997

Large Pies EP

Large Pies EP released.
1996
Limbic Funk
AlbumJul 29, 1996

Limbic Funk

Limbic Funk released.
The Frolic EP, Part 2
AlbumFeb 1, 1996

The Frolic EP, Part 2

The Frolic EP, Part 2 released.
1995
The “Hocus Pocus” E.P.
AlbumMar 1, 1995

The “Hocus Pocus” E.P.

The “Hocus Pocus” E.P. released.
1972
Mr. Scruff
BirthFebruary 1972

Mr. Scruff

Mr. Scruff was born.
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