Settle Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I've never been a fan of dubstep, but have been into house for 20+ years, so its refreshing to here it more in clubs festivals again.
Onto the album, Disclosures Settle is everything I hoped it to be, after first hearing Latch I loved Disclosure, this album will definitely appeal to those who liked garage or the late 90's, some tracks even give a nod to acid house of the past.
My favorite tracks are Latch, When a fire starts to burn and of course White noise, which is so catchy and possibly their biggest track to date.
Loving this album, and cant wait to see them at Global Gathering in the summer!!
For me this is a strong album, with quite a few nice ideas, and two or three stand out tracks. My favourite track was the second track of the album, 'When a Fire Starts to Burn'. The vocal hook goes so well with the thumping baseline, and the hi-hat adding a bit of colour. Another stand-out track for me was 'Stimulation', which was another track along the same lines as 'When the Fire Starts to Burn', with a great vocal hook backed up with an even more ferocious bassline, and driving hi-hat. I do find the instrumental tracks just don't really leave an impression on me the same way the tracks featuring vocals do.
This album, along with Rudimental' Home will certainly be among my top albums of the year, although I slightly prefer Rudimental' offering (I prefer the more melodic approach and higher tempo of Home over Settle' driving basslines). One of my few criticisms is that the album seems to run out of steam over the last couple of tracks, but maybe I just need to crank up the bass to 11 and really feel the beat.
So overall, my third favourite dance album of the year so far (Home being first, and Random Access Memories being second). If you are a fan of Rudimental, house music, or indeed just general dance, then this is a must buy. Five stars.
Bought the album and WOW lots of great tracks with variety of styles, tempo and well considered collaborations.
Fantastic album followed by an equally good Caracal
I don't know how they do it but they just take you around on a
bruilliant ride around the history of modern music!. WAell done !
Just wonder if they can keep this up on their next release....
Only issue is there is no inbuilt track displays to show which track is playing in the car.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome album. Like MJ Cole's 4/4 comeback but with wider audience appeal. Vive le garage!Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Asked for de lux edition - is this it? Don't know - doesn't say de lux anywhere on itPublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
love this album! Highly recommend if you're into this kind of musicPublished 16 months ago by Abena
Excellent! Uplifting tunes. A few of them took me back to the days when House music first came about. I love this album.Published 20 months ago by Kimirap