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1 Let The Story Begin 4:53
2 World Of Hurt
Vocals – Takura TendayiWritten-By [Vocals] – Darren Benjamin, Kaidi Tatham, Orin Walters, Sarah Dunn (2), Simon Latham
4:25
3 Follow The Light
Vocals – TC*
5:34
4 Last Jungle 3:40
5 Deep Space 4:37
6 Rock It
Talkbox, Guitar – N. Douwma*
4:35
7 Move Higher
Featuring – Culture Shock (2)Written-By, Producer – J. Pountney*
4:13
8 Vapourise 4:05
9 Splash
Guitar – N. Douwma*
4:03
10 Could This Be Real
Written-By [Vocals] – N. Douwma*Written-By [Vocals], Vocals – Linden Reeves
3:36
11 Triple X 3:58
12 Timewarp 4:38
13 Coming Closer
Featuring, Vocals – Takura*Written-By [Vocals] – N. Douwma*, T. Tendayi*
3:35

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Track one features an excerpt from the track 'Spiral' by Vangelis.
All tracks published by Oakden Music / Powis Music LTD except track 2 published by Oakden Music / Powis Music LTD / Westbury Music LTD / Arinze Music / IKUE Music / Copyright Control and track 10 published by Oakden Music / Powis Music LTD / Mute.

"Thanks to:
My family and friends, Andy C, Scott and Emma @ Ram, Alex Spicer, Jack and Colm Murphy, Sam Gaskill, Saul Chase and Will Status, James Culture Shock, Brookes Brothers, Noisia, Fresh, Takura, TC, Linden, Oti @ William Morris, Kevin @ Circle, Jho Oakley, Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Fabio, Grooverider, Nihal and all @ Radio 1, Eden & Charlie @ Ish, Laurence @ Electric Pr, Andy and Darren @ Plus2, Stuart @ Metropolis, Beau @ Masterpiece.

All the DJs and everyone that have supported my music over the years."

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024441 882228
  • Matrix / Runout: A981954-01
  • Other (Mastering SID Code): IFPI L571
  • Other (Mould SID Code): IFPI 9714

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RAMMLP13CD Sub Focus Sub Focus(CDr, Promo, Wat) RAM Records RAMMLP13CD UK 2009 Sell This Version
RAMMLP13D Sub Focus Sub Focus(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) RAM Records RAMMLP13D UK 2009
RAMMLP13 Sub Focus Sub Focus LP(2x12", Promo, Sti) RAM Records RAMMLP13 UK 2009 Sell This Version
RAMMLP13D Sub Focus Sub Focus(13xFile, WAV, Album) RAM Records RAMMLP13D UK 2009
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dav_12002

dav_12002

October 12, 2009

At long last, one of the most talked about [and delayed!] album is amongst us by certainly one of the most talented drum & bass producer's in recent years.

Sub focus unleashes his self titled debut album which has had heavy support from Radio 1 and all the big A-list dj's in the world lucky enough to have had promo's of the album. Below are close up's of what i consider to be highlight's from this great album.

The cd starts off with the stunning 'Vangelis' inspired 'Let the story begin' with a intro that will literally knock your sock's off! and that is before the electro synth line and heavy drop which has destroyed club night's across the world!

'World of hurt' is heavy as a sumo! with it's catchy vocal's and serious sub bass drop which will shake you to the core.

'Follow the light' is one of the highlight's with it's upligting melody and clever drum programming.

'Last Jungle' has been hailed as a true original with it's slowed down amen drum's and haunting melody.

'Deep space' is Sub focus showing his dance floor credentials with this deep & rolling tune.

'Rock it' is the top 40 chart hit with a stunning intro feat the sounds championed by 'Daft punk', this has certainly recieved the most exposure from the album and has even been played by electro dj's.

'Triple x' is possibly the oldest sub focus tune on the album with it being played by Andy C nearly 2 years ago! Still it sound's fantastic with a nice catchy synth led opening and heavy sub bass.

Overall then this is a great great album that will certainly stand the test of time and hail Sub focus as one of the finest electronic producer's of this generation. Prepare to have your ear's tested and also check out the non drum & bass tune's which stand head & shoulder's along with the rest of the album.