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Transglobal Underground (sometimes written as Trans-Global Underground or simply as TGU) is a London-based music collective who specialise in a fusion of western, Asian and African music styles (sometimes labelled world fusion and ethno techno). Their first four albums featured Natacha Atlas as lead singer and their single "Temple Head" was used in a Coca-Cola advertising campaign for the 1996 Olympic Games. In 2008 they won the BBC Radio 3 Award for World Music after the release of their seventh official album, Moonshout. Their most recent release is a collaboration with Albanian brass band Fanfara Tirana entitled 'Kabatronics' which was released on World Village Records in February 2013. [1]

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1993 Dream of 100 Nations Trans-Global Underground 1
1994 International Times Transglobal Underground 2
1996 Psychic Karaoke Transglobal Underground 2
1998 Rejoice, Rejoice Transglobal Underground 4
2001 Yes Boss Food Corner Trans-Global Underground 2
2004 Impossible Broadcasting Trans-Global Underground 2
2007 Moonshout Transglobal Underground 4 1
2011 The Stone Turntable Transglobal Underground 1
2013 Kabatronics Fanfara Tirana meets Transglobal Underground 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1999 Backpacking on the Graves of Our Ancestors Compilation Transglobal Underground 1
2009 Run Devils and Demons: The Best Of Compilation Transglobal Underground 1

Album + Remix

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1995 Interplanetary Meltdown Remix Transglobal Underground 2

Single

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1993 Shimmer Transglobal Underground 1
1993 Temple Head / I, Voyager Transglobal Underground 1
1994 Earth Tribe / Slowfinger Transglobal Underground 2
1994 Lookee Here Transglobal Underground 1
1994 Protean / Taal Zaman / Dustbowl Transglobal Underground 1

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