Track 1: Published by Zomba Music Publishing Title as "Banana Skit" on the back sleeve.
Track 2: Produced for ¥₤$ Productions Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Copyright Control/Copyright Control
Track 3: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Hollertronix (ASCAP)/EMI United Partnership Ltd Inspired by Dayse Tigrona's 'Injecao', from Link Records (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Incorporating elements of "Theme From Rocky" Final mix and production for ¥₤$ Productions.
Track 4: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Copyright Control/Universal Music Publishing Ltd/Raineyville Music (BMI) admin by Bug Music.
Track 5: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Ryko Music Publishing Produced and mixed @ Idle Luxury
Track 6: Published by Zomba Music Publishing
Track 7: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Warner Chappell Music Ltd Produced for blackmelody.com Engineered and mixed for Miloco Management.
Track 8: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Ryko Music Ltd Produced and mixed @ Idle Luxury
Track 9: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Warner Chappell Music Ltd
Track 10: Published by Zomba Music Publishing
Track 11: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Warner Chappell Music Ltd Produced for blackmelody.com Engineered and mixdown for Miloco Management.
Track 12: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/Warner Chappel Music Original licensed from Quiet Records Final Mix and production for ¥₤$ Productions 'U.R.A.Q.T' contains a sample from 'Sanford and Son Theme/The Streetbeater', performed by Quincy Jones, courtesy of Universal Entertainment
Track 13.1: Published by Zomba Music Publishing/EMI Music Publishing/Copyright Control/Universal Music Publishing Ltd
Track 13.1 contains a hidden track (track 13.3). Track 3.1 lasts for 3:31 before a period of silence.
Barcode (String): 634904018627
Barcode (Text): 6 34904 01862 7
Mastering SID Code: ifpi LN96
Mould SID Code: IFPI 6Z07
Matrix / Runout: REGENCY MEDIA 120679.1 XLCD186 P62551
Rights Society: ASCAP
Rights Society: BMI
Licensed From – Quiet Records
Marketed By – Remote Control
Distributed By – Inertia Distribution Pty. Ltd.
Distributed By – Rhythmethod
Manufactured By – Inertia Distribution Pty. Ltd.
Produced For – ¥₤$ Productions
Produced For – Black Melody
Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings Ltd.
Copyright (c) – XL Recordings Ltd.
Pressed By – Regency Media – 120679.1
Published By – Zomba Music Publishing
Published By – Copyright Control
Published By – Hollertronix
Published By – EMI United Partnership Ltd.
Published By – Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
Published By – Raineyville Music
Published By – Ryko Music Publishing
Published By – Warner/Chappell Music Ltd.
Published By – Rykomusic Ltd.
Published By – Warner/Chappell Music
Published By – EMI Music Publishing
Produced At – Idle Luxury Studios
Mixed At – Idle Luxury Studios
All rights go to . XL Recordings & Interscope Records. 00:00 - is the debut studio album from English-Sri Lankan recording artist . The album was released in the United States on March 22, 2005 and a month later in United Kingdom. Arular Q&A. Copyright XL Recordings. Redirected from Arular . Arular is the debut studio album by English-Sri Lankan recording artist . It was released on 22 March 2005 in the United States, and one month later in the United Kingdom, with a slightly different track listing. In 2004, the album's release was preceded by two singles and a mixtape. wrote or co-wrote all the songs on the album and created the basic backing tracks using a Roland MC-505 sequencerdrum machine given to her by long-time friend Justine. released her debut album Arular in 2005 followed by Kala in 2007, which both received widespread critical acclaim. Her third album Maya was released in 2010 soon after the controversial single-short film Born Free. The album received less favourable critical response compared to her previous records, but was her best-charting effort, reaching the top 10 in several countries. 1 19751999: Early life. 2 200002: Visual art and film. 3 200305: Musical beginnings and Arular. 4 200608: Kala and world recognition. 5 200911: Maya. Arular is the 2005 debut album by British Tamil musician . released in the US on 22 March 2005 and a month later in the UK with a slightly different track listing. The album's release was preceded in 2004 by two singles and a mixtape. The album's title is the political code name used by her father, Arul Pragasam, during his involvement with Sri Lankan Tamil militant groups, and themes of conflict and revolution feature heavily in the lyrics and artwork. Musically, the album incorporates styles that range from hip hop and electroclash to funk carioca and punk rock. View wiki. A cursory listen to Arular makes one wonder how it could generate so much heated, in-depth talk, as it did well before its official release. This is very direct and physical party music, with lots of slang-filled phrasings that might not have any more meaning than The roof is on fire or Dizzouble dizzutch to Americans. Arular was first expected to be released in late 2004, but instead . gave half of its vocals away to Diplo's Piracy Funds Backlash mixtape, which married her London Sri Lankan patois to music from New York, Rio, and Kingston. The mix highlighted her big-tent approach to global rhythms and Now Sounds, an M. that was cemented when she professed her love for hip-hop crew the Diplomats and rap's spiritual cousins, grime, baile funk, dancehall, and reggaeton in The New York Times. Faster than you can say galang-alang-alang, . became the one-woman embodiment of what. Album 2005 14 Songs. Electronic by . Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Arular 2005. Album by . Bucky Done Gun. Injeção by Deize Tigrona 2004. was sampled in. Baile Funk One by . and Diplo 2004. I'm Hot by Tinie Tempah 2009. This short but wildly eclectic debut album from Maya Arulpragasam, a Sri Lankan-born, London-based artist and daughter of a Tamil Tiger revolutiona. s vivid debut already sounds like a booty-shaking milestone to rank alongside The Streets and Dizzee Rascal