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The Creeps: Invisible and Deadly!
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The second album from drum and bass veterans and coauthors Ed Rush & Optical sees them remaining aligned to the Terminator school of jungle, although, vocals from MCs Ryme Tyme and Basim Resurrection mark the first of many additions to their formerly purist sound. They even embrace sweet harmony with a classic reggae vocal on "Reach Out" and the otherworldly vocoderisms of "Greed". Most tracks are still dominated by their trademark metal breaks and dark electronic sounds, which may seem restricted compared to more eclectic dance, but their tight focus leads to a kind of hypnosis or Kafkan labyrinth. Ed Rush & Optical remain unrivalled in the art of bass, with their low-end frequencies shaped into a dizzying variety of waves, drones and attacks and on "White Lightning" and "Rok The House" they revitalise ancient rave samples to devastating effect--Ed Rush & Optical are both confident and brilliant enough to play with cultural memory and reclaim their past. --Tony Marcus
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Having bought Roni Size & Reprazent's "In the Mode" a little while ago, and being deeply disappointed, "The Creeps" was my cure. The tracks are Dark Drum & Bass with a sci-fi theme, even the Cd case is styled like an old-time Sci-Fi movie.
The analogue basslines like those in "The Medicine" and "Alien Girl" are gone, and replaced by deep dark floor shakin' mayhem. And the beats are pumpin and rich in bass. Their use of Fx and ambience to create eerie alien atmospheres is ingenious. My favorite tune right now is "Flightpath". And "White Lightning", "Ressurection", "Pacman", "The Creeps" and "Check out Time" are also ones that won't grow old quick. I have a feeling that DnB will evolve with Ed Rush & Optical, a lot of Producers had followed the LTJ Bukem style with Booming Basslines (really just a 303 drum kick played low). There's not one track that I don't like. They do special stuff with the vocals too, I think that an MC over a track just bare like that isn't that good, but they have changed up the vocals to make them sound futuristic, alien and evil. Words of warning; don't buy "In the Mode" by Roni Size & Reprazent, & avoid their song - "Dirty Beats" at all costs. But if you like true Drum & Bass, get Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps, you won't be disappointed, look at all these reviews, notice something? They're all 5 stars. We can't all be wrong can we?
These artists have produced much better than this, so check out their other offerings usually on compilations such as Platinum Breakz or similar.
I'm trying to make my D&B collection complete since starting it in 1993, this one is another one for the bin I'm afraid.
Although it's 'better' than others I've rated one-star, I'd still never play it again so it may as well be one star.
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