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Weekend World [Vinyl LP] Import

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Moving Sha (EFA)
  • ASIN: B00004WOQB
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 865,745 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Top D'N'B Album From Moving Shadow!!!

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Format: Audio CD
Weekend World, while epitomising the E-Z Rollers style of drum and bass sounds that quite literally 'roll along', is also a departure from their accustomed tone of laid-back, sometimes almost lullaby tunes that wrap you up in a downy blanket of blissful breaks. They demonstrate with flair their ability to provide a completely versatile sound, adapting admirably to the environment of live performing with the monumental Tough at the Top and the anthem-status Walk This Land. In Sound Clash and Focus you are whisked on a journey from mellow beginnings through to completely unexpected breaks consisting of raw, almost unfinished sounds that seem to represent the framework of the song as a whole, leading to climaxes involving the finest basslines this side of christendom, overlays to be savoured and percussion sections that underpin the track with a sensational rhythm. These odysseys of sound serve to offset the more traditional vibe of tunes like Weekend World, Retro and Funked Up Flava's; tunes that are the essential E-Z Rollers, with the lyrically divine sound of their capable vocalist mixing with the expertly devised rhythm structure and killer basslines. In short, Weekend World shows that E-Z Rollers practise what a lot of people preach: the ability to take from the old and mix with the new. They jealously guard the core of their original style but at the same time show they have many more tricks up their collective sleeve than you would expect. And they're not a collective that bears comparison, as the only purveyors of that inimitable rolling bassline which is their eternal trademark.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a fabulous album and a good introduction to the gentler side of drum'n'bass. It is sort of drum'n'bass meets Massive Attack to begin with but builds into some banging tunes about half way through. If you want to turn some reluctant body onto drum'n'bass without scaring them off this is the album. The vocals are good, a novelty in d'n'b and this album will keep your feet moving and put a smile on your face.
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Format: Vinyl
Saw them play live and decided I had to own their music. Bought 2 albums and they're both amazing, totally different, but amazing. This is the more energetic of the 2, and always manages to put me in a good mood. Definately 5 out of 5!
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Format: Audio CD
Ive not been 'into' D+B for long, but i love this album to bits. Its got a really good feel to it, and has me bopping all the way thru. Its also the sort of thing you can play as background music, its really relaxing. but not too relaxing, the songs start chilled and really work it up. it even has my mum bobbibg her head. I reccomend this album to everyone who likes D+B and the vocals are just amazing, specially tough at the top. if anyone ever has the opportunity to see them live...do. i did and it was the best night out ive ever had, just brilliant.
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