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Logistics fills the hollow shell of 'Now More Than Ever' with stunning release from the Hospital Camp
on 10 September 2008
I was a big fan of the 1st CD of Logistics' "Now More Than Ever'. The only problem i found with that album is that it all sounded pretty much the same. There was no real diversity even though it was an excellent album. Now when i found out that Mr Gresham aka Logistics was going to release another longplayer, he had a lot to change but also a lot to live up to.
How did it turn out!?
F*cking Brilliant, thats what. This is an album that grows on you A LOT. Honestly, when i first started hearing tunes from it, i wasnt too impressed. But after buying the CD and pumping tunes like 'Cocoon' and 'Trying Times' on full blast....i began to appreciate what quality this is. Logistics maintains his trademark chilledout-liquid sound, but with soo much diversity this time. Combined with the very very cool cover on the front, this album is one i really do recommend buying.
Personal highlights from the album include the electro-dubstep madness that is cocoon, not an orthodox dnb track, but when you hear this loud, youll realise why Logistics is one of the elite dnb producers at the moment.
Also impressing is the funky-melancholic vibes of 'Trying Times', the EPIC (and i really do mean EPIC) 'Slow Motion' and my personal favourites 96 and 'No Words'.
This is one of the very few albums i do own that actually takes you on your own personal journey through dnb....beautifully produced breaks combined with trademark Hospital Records melodies make this a real standout album for liquid dnb in 2008.
Buy it! Buy it just for 96 and No Words....2 of the best songs you will ever hear, believe me!!