This tune is based around an extremely catchy piano riff, surrounded by a skeletal drum and bass beat, with very catchy female vocals over the top.It's intense, fun and emotional, and absolutely brilliant to dance to - it almost makes you dance.
I have heard this song a few times at big Drum&Bass nights, and it sounds absolutely incredible. Having subsequently heard it played on the radio, I realise that a lot of the detail is lost when not played through a good sound system and this looks to me to be the only thing that could stop this stonker of a song reaching top 10. Whatever happens in the charts, this song is a monster Drum&Bass anthem.
Buy it for you stereo because it will sound wicked - particularly if you have powerful speakers. Bear in mind it could do with a remix for the radio and widespread popularity.
(As with most Drum&Bass,) Listen to this tune in a club, and you will realise just how good it is. Make sure to notice the crowd's reaction!
This song looks set to follow the likes of Shimon's 'Bodyrock', and, (to a slightly lesser extent - due to being obviously commercialised, and somewhat cheesy), Puretone's 'Addicted to Bass', in continuing to bring Drum'n'Bass out into the mainstream. (though i'd prefer it to stay underground, if truth be known)