- Audio CD (25 Mar. 2013)
- Number of Discs: 3
- Format: Box set, Explicit Lyrics
- Label: Ministry of Sound
- ASIN: B00BIPYGT2
- Other Editions: MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 56,658 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Addicted To Bass 2013 Box set, Explicit Lyrics
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Addicted to Bass 2013 is packed with the latest drum & bass, dubstep, house, garage and future bass CD One includes "Need You 100%" (Duke Dumont ft. A*M*E), BRITs nominees Jessie Ware and Rita Ora, plus Disclousre, Wretch 32, Nicki Minaj and Flux Pavilion. CD Two kicks off with Wiley ft. Chip's "Reload" remixed by drum and bass dons Wilkinson. Benga, Prodigy, Rudimental, Delta Heavy and Nero all feature. Disc Three has the massive hit from Bingo Players ft. Far East Movement: "Get Up (Rattle)" as well as DJs and producers Avicii, Zedd, Swedish House Mafia, Alesso, Nicky Romero and Mat Zo & Porter Robinson.
Top Customer Reviews
Addicted to Bass 2013 extends the watering down endemic to 2012 in as much as what we're confronted with is a set made up largely of generic house tracks that would be at home as fillers on pretty much any MoS compilation i.e. you could be listening to The Annual, Ibiza etc... Perhaps half of one of three CDs in this collection just about features tracks you'd want/expect to find on an Addicted To Bass compilation...
This raises an interesting question in as much as it suggests that either MoS simply cannot access suitable tracks or that, like everything else, music moves on so that producers aren't going to be interested in recreating the same soundscape... then again, when did a producer ever give up on something profitable?
So, I think this comes down to very, very lazy 'any old bleep will do' compiling from an MoS team treating Addicted To Bass as just another brand name - content doesn't count for anything...
Obviously the Addicted To Bass series was always cheap 'n' cheesy - as mixed by computer etc. Still, at least it did what it said on the label... now it's just generic MoS light house music... and very boring...
Essentially like so many comps, it's a con... AVOID!
I was looking for a really good bass mix to play in the car to help my boring commute to work.
This CD is so boring I ended up listening to Nick Grimshaw's breakfast show, yep it was that bad.
I wish I could point out a redeeming feature and why someone may like it but I cannot.
It's only nine quid I suppose and I have wasted more on worse things.
overall, a great little album Some banging tunes mixed in with "fillers".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great cd good songs and has lots of different music good value for money.Published 7 months ago by leighanne