- Vinyl (31 Oct. 2005)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Label: Source
- ASIN: B000AMUUVW
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 856,447 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Amidst the strong dance floor contenders such as “Keep on Moving” and “Shot You Down”, this album contains a surprising mix of laid back songs such as ‘I’m in love’ and ‘Struck by sound’.
This album will certainly not be for everyone and there are a few tedious moments where the lyrics and beats seem repetitive. However Audio Bullys fans will not be disappointed as their unique combination of house, garage, beats and baselines, continues to live on. If you enjoy Dizzee Rascal, The Streets and Basement Jaxx then give this a try.
The tracks 'Get myself on Track','I'm in Love' is similar to music created by the Streets on his first album. The chorus's are as catchy as hell, with a use of strings in the background making the tracks sound even better. I'm not saying the tracks is a copy of the streets, its not, its different but if you a fan of the streets then the album will appeal to you aswell.
Because the album is soo varied you'd think that only half of it would appeal but I don't think thats true. If you like the standard house then the speed of the music will suit down to the ground, if you love to dance then you feet will not stop moving to this album.Read more ›
I don't wanna be too negative because this is overall a pretty good album with fresh sounds, and the song "I'm in love" is a coming-down classic, but it's really frustrating that the Audio Bullys don't have a third ear to just say, "Hey mate, that hook's starting to sound stupid and annoying now, let's change it up a little..." Then these guys would have the talent to claim their place right at the top of the game! Buy it but don't expect everyone in the room to be into it.
I can't help but think of the 'Streets' when i listen to this album. It is a mix of dance with strong beats with a slight garage feel to some of the tracks.
The stand out tracks on this album are:
1 - Shot You Down
2 - Generation
3 - I Won't Let You Down
4 - Made Like That
All the other tracks are worth a listen and the Collaborations with Suggs & Roots Manuva are brilliant.
If you are like myself and a Fan of 'The Streets, but you also like upbeat Dance Tracks then you will love this album.
Worth every penney!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dreadful, the only decent song is Shot You Down, bought from Poundland and not worth evan that.Published on 20 July 2014 by Matthew Burroughs
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Seriously, great album really brings back that old school nostalgia feeling.