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  • Audio CD (23 Feb. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hospital
  • ASIN: B001MPH82U
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 143,831 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Deep, melodic and soulful aren't adjectives commonly associated with drum n bass but depth, melody and soul are to me what this album is about.

The opening track sets the tone with warm, uplifting synths drawing the listener in, topped off with a killer vocal.

To the seasoned raver the track names suggest a familiar theme, and listening to this album is certainly an uplifting experience.

Theres a few innovative gems too. For instance the use of a windscreen wiper sample (Wipe your tears) to create a really fresh, dubstep sound, I think is not only clever but indicative of an intelligent, boundary-pushing producer. The fusion of guitars and dnb breaks on 'Damage'is done with a sophistication that, in my view, transcends that which has already been done by the likes of Pendulum, and dare I say it, The Prodigy (and thats coming from a long-standing Prodigy fan!)

Be prepared to be surprised, pleasantly surprised by this album. Although many will recognise the majority of the tracks here as drum n bass, I think its both too narrow and too broad a genre to constrain this album. Boundary-pushing seems more appropriate.

Wicked opener, I look forward to more material from this geez...
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This album proves the D&B scene isn't dead yet. Stand out tracks include 'Not matter What' and 'Greed' with a track featuring samples from an inkjet printer coming in a close 3rd (I can't take is seriously though as we had said printer when I was a kid). It ebbs and flows quite well and reminds you of the old days of the genre without smashing you over the head with it.
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I must say it's been a long time since I've bought an Album worth mentioning.. Buying this alblum was a bit of a stab in the dark as I have never heard any of Mistabishi's stuff, and right from the outset I was thoroughly impressed, and to my suprise, every next tune that played was excellent. Honestly, every single tune is almost epic in it's own right and this is a definate must to anyone that listens to D&B / Dub, or anything psychodelic really, a must have.
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Ridiculously Incredible.
Best described as where drum & bass and euphoric chillout trance have a car crash involving a dubstep cyclist.
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Mistabishi has, in my opinion, created the first true contender for D'n'B album of the year! His fusion of sounds, unique rhythms and thumping bass with fantastic production quality have created a true masterpiece. An essential addition to the record collection of any D'n'B fans!
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It's such a good time in drum and bass at the moment, and I think that Drop is a good example of this. There's innovative juicyness from Printer Jam, euphoric beats from No Matter What, bouncy reggae vocals from Wipe your tears, and many more golden tunes that you'll keep on your iPod or record collection for years to come (and you'd have some explaining to do if you didn't).

Debuts don't get much better than this. Mistabishi is an artist that proves that drum and bass doesn't have to include generic basslines and breaks that you've heard too many times before. He brings something new to the table, and all I can say now is "Enjoy the album".
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