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Amon Tobin

    Amon Tobin is a musician, DJ, and producer known for his massive sound walls of sampled jazz fused with drum and bass, intelligent dancemusic and samba. Amon Adonai Santos de Araujo Tobin was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He acquired the surname Tobin from his Irish stepfather. He relocatedto England at an early age, where hip hop, blues and jazz caught his interest. He released four EPs and an album, Adventures in Foam, under thename Cujo, before he signed with Ninja Tune in late 1996. He has since released five critically acclaimed albums under his own name. He iswell known for ...read more

    Amon Tobin is a musician, DJ, and producer known for his massive sound walls of sampled jazz fused with drum and bass, intelligent dancemusic and samba. Amon Adonai Santos de Araujo Tobin was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He acquired the surname Tobin from his Irish stepfather. He relocatedto England at an early age, where hip hop, blues and jazz caught his interest. He released four EPs and an album, Adventures in Foam, under thename Cujo, before he signed with Ninja Tune in late 1996. He has since released five critically acclaimed albums under his own name. He iswell known for his song "Saboteur", which was featured as the main theme for the 2003 movie The Italian Job. After a three-year hiatus fromreleasing any major original work, he was contracted by video game company Ubisoft to compose the soundtrack for Tom Clancy's SplinterCell: Chaos Theory, released in 2005. He currently lives in Montréal, Canada. « hide

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    LPs
    Long Stories
    2019

    3.6
    26 Votes
    Fear In A Handful Of Dust
    2019

    3.6
    70 Votes
    ISAM
    2011

    3.7
    187 Votes
    Foley Room
    2007

    4
    242 Votes
    Chaos Theory - Splinter Cell 3 Soundtrack
    2005

    3.7
    90 Votes
    Out From Out Where
    2002

    3.8
    135 Votes
    Supermodified
    2000

    4
    280 Votes
    Permutation
    1998

    4.1
    266 Votes
    Bricolage
    1997

    4
    248 Votes
    Adventures In Foam
    1996

    3.8
    74 Votes
    EPs
    Dark Jovian
    2015

    3
    21 Votes
    Surge
    2011

    3.5
    12 Votes
    Taxidermia
    2008

    4
    12 Votes
    Bloodstone
    2007

    3.5
    1 Votes
    East to West
    2002

    3.5
    1 Votes
    Verbal
    2002

    3.5
    1 Votes
    Slowly
    2000

    3
    2 Votes
    Piranha Breaks
    1997

    3.3
    4 Votes
    Mission
    1997

    4
    1 Votes
    Chomp Samba
    1997

    3.5
    3 Votes
    Creatures
    1996

    4
    4 Votes
    Live Albums
    Recorded Live: Solid Steel Presents Amon Tobin
    2004

    3.5
    3 Votes
    Compilations
    Amon Tobin
    05/21/2012

    3.9
    14 Votes
    Chaos Theory Remixed
    2011

    4
    12 Votes
    Monthly Joints Series
    2010

    3.8
    11 Votes
    Verbal Remixes And Collaborations
    2003

    3.5
    10 Votes

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