|1.||"Buuraha U Dheer (The Highest Mountains)"|
|2.||"Raga Kaan Ka'Eegtow (You Are The One I Love)"|
|3.||"Kuusha Caarey (The Pearl Necklace)"|
|6.||"Uurkan Kaadonaya (I Want You)"|
|7.||"Halkaasad Dhigi Magtiisa (That's Where You'll Leave His Reward)"|
|8.||"Iiso Daymo (Look At Me)"|
|10.||"Wiil Wille (The Jumping Man)"|
Since Dijbouti gained independence in 1977, no music made in the tiny East African nation has been released internationally. Yet the country is blessed with some superb musicians, many of which play for Groupe RTD, the in-house musical ensemble of the state broadcaster. "The Dancing Devils of Dijbouti", their brand-new debut album, was recorded after hours at the RTD studio and offers thrilling glimpse into the unique musical fusions popular in the country. From start to finish, the album offers up a succession of sublime cuts that somehow join the dots between Bollywood-style vocals, NYC jazz, Somalian funk, Middle Eastern synthesizer sounds and, most surprisingly of all, Jamaican dub and reggae. It's a stunning and genuinely eye-opening combination.
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