In At The Deep End [CD + DVD] Limited Edition
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Includes bonus DVD, featuring documentaries, interviews, promo videos, plus a poster of the crew. Roll Deep - the East London crew who brought you Dizzee Rascal and Wiley - have finally stepped out of the shadows with a debut album of their own. In at the Deep End is a record that is going to surprise a lot of people. Anyone who's heard the current white label EP - especially the superb "Let It Out" (with its uplifting house piano supplied by producer Danny Weed - knows there's more to Roll Deep than the brutal, stripped-down sounds with which the word Grime is normally associated. But no-one knew quite how much more. Tracks like "The Avenue", "Shake a Leg" and "Bus Stop" take grime, slap it around a bit and take it onto a whole new level. A mainstream, accessible level. This album contains sublime catchy pop moments with a healthy dose of street credibility. It's a compelling mix - one which has immediately grabbed the media's attention.
Top Customer Reviews
Stand out singles for me are flying away, heat up, good girl (with Kano), remeber the day, when im here, shake a laeg, show you and let it out.
Overall, well good album, bit different to their normally heavy grime/garage/hiphop style which they are big on, on the underground, im sure this album will introduce them to the commercial side.
The much hyped album is from the East London Crew who brought you Dizee Rascal and Wiley, and they are going places with this new single 'heartache ' which is a definite hit.
Alex Mills sings beautifully on three tracks, especially 'remember the days'.
The album has a real eclectic feel to it with cross-overs into many genres, from grime to garage to more mainstream.
I love it.
Best tracks on the album - Flying Away, Where I'm Ere, Shake a Leg, HEAT UP (gotta be a number 1) and the Poltergiest remix.
I say adults should have a listen also, as you will like the avenue, flying away (maybe) and definately shake a leg! I think Roll Deep should deserve more recognition because they are veering away frmo the badboy grime days (for example being just Roll Deep now, instead of Roll Deep crew) and trying to set new standards within the genre.
GO BUY IT NOW!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great album, full of unique beats from Danny Weed, Target and Wiley himself.
Favourite tracks 1-5
1. When I'm 'Ere
2. Good Girl
3. Remember the Days
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Innotive album, with some amazing beats and lyrics. Roll Deep push the boundaries and it pays off.
Still grime, but it has a touch of something else in a lot of... Read more
I got this album a few weeks ago and it's great. there are a bad songs but the album together is really good. Read morePublished on 20 Nov. 2005
The album tries to hard to cater for everyone with sub standard pop songs, ballads, rnb tunes, hip hop, garage and a little bit of grime. Read morePublished on 21 Oct. 2005 by Margey Simons
Damn I was suprised at this album. It is really, and I mean really good. I liked the way they weren't scared to experiment with some different sounds. Read morePublished on 6 Aug. 2005