4 Hero ‎– Creating Patterns

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1 Conceptions
Bass – Andy HamillCello – Ed Jefferies*Flute, Tambura, Harp [Indian Harp], Tabla, Bells – Brad Somatik*Piano – Mark Mac*Saxophone, Clarinet – Chris BowdenViola – Naomi FairhurstViolin – Howard Gott, Laura WilliamsWritten-By – M. Clair*
5:39
2 Time
Bass – Rutledge TurnlundCello – Hilary SkewesFlute – Brad Somatik*Keyboards – Mark Mac*Vibraphone – Roger BeaujolaisViola – Raquel MassadasViolin – Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergVoice [Spoken Word] – Ursula RuckerWritten-By – M. Clair*, U. Rucker*
4:38
3 Golden Solitude
Keyboards, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoTabla – Brad Somatik*Vocals – Bembe Segue*Written-By – D. McFarlane*, K. Phillips*
6:55
4 Twothesme
Bass – Brad Somatik*Cello – SeijiFrench Horn – Richard SteggallKeyboards – Pavel KostiukKeyboards, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoSaxophone – Pete WarehamTrombone – Dave LiddellWritten-By – D. McFarlane*
6:01
5 Another Day
Arranged By, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Piano – Brad Somatik*Bass – Andy HamillCello – Rebecca CarringtonGuitar, Drum Programming, Synthesizer [Moog], Percussion – Marc MacLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Jill ScottSaxophone – Pete WarehamTrombone – Dave LiddellTrumpet – Nick EtwellViola – Becca WareViolin – Ingrid Button, Sarah ButtonVocals [Additional] – Valvin RoaneVocals [Featuring] – Jill ScottWritten-By – B. Munn*, J. Scott*, M. Clair*
4:57
6 Hold It Down
Cello – Hilary SkewesHandclaps – Dego, MAD, Tiny PKeyboards, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Lady AlmaViola – Becca WareViolin – Krista Caspersz, Sarah ButtonWritten-By – D. McFarlane*
5:11
7 Unique
Guitar – Brad Somatik*Keyboards, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoKeyboards, Flute, Percussion – Kaidi TathamLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Patricia Marxx*Written-By – D. McFarlane*, P. Marxx*
4:43
8 Something Nothing
Congas – George DanielGuitar – Brad Somatik*Keyboards, Drum Programming, Bass, Percussion – DegoLead Vocals – Face, Lady AlmaVibraphone – Roger BeaujolaisWritten-By – D. McFarlane*
2:37
9 Ways Of Thought
Bass – Andy HamillCello – Hilary SkewesCongas – Brad Somatik*Electric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer [Moog] – Mark Mac*French Horn – Richard SteggallLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – FaceSaxophone – Pete WarehamTrombone – Dave LiddellViola – Raquel MassadasViolin – Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergWritten-By – Face V. Walsh*, M. Mac*
4:29
10 Eight
Bass, Drum Programming – DegoCello – Gay-Yee WesterhoffFlute – Kaidi TathamKeyboards – Pavel KostiukViola – Raquel MassadasViolin – Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergWritten-By – D. McFarlane*
5:40
11 Twelve Tribes
Arranged By, Keyboards, Harp [Indian Harp], Flute [Flutes], Tambura, Percussion – Brad Somatik*Bass – Andy HamillCello – Hilary SkewesKeyboards, Percussion, Kalimba [Mbira] – Mark Mac*Percussion [African Rhythms] – G Moist, MAD, MG (7), Marc*, Brad*Saxophone – Aleko (3)Viola – Becca WareViolin – Ingrid Button, Sarah ButtonVocals [Featuring], Voice [Spoken Word] – Mark MurphyWritten-By – B. Munn*, M. Clair*, M. Murphy*
6:06
12 2-BS-74638
Keyboards – DegoWritten-By – D. McFarlane*
3:58
13 Les Fleur
Arranged By, Guitar, Glockenspiel, Percussion – Brad Somatik*Backing Vocals – Carina Andersson, Hazel Fernandez, Valerie Etienne, Vanessa FreemanBass – Andy HamillCello – Chris Worsey, Helen ThomasCongas – George DanielElectric Piano [Rhodes], Percussion – Mark Mac*French Horn – Matthew GunnerLead Vocals – Carina AnderssonTrombone – Dave LiddellTrumpet – Nick Etwell, Robert SamuelViola – Becca Ware, Raquel MassadasViolin [1] – Ingrid Button, Krista Caspersz, Sarah Button, Sebastian See-SchierenbergViolin [2] – Brigid Button, Cliodhna Ryan, Jo Archard, Matthew Ward (3)Written-By – C. Stepney*, R. Rudolph*
6:05

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Credits

  • Design, Graphics©eed*
  • DrumsLuke Parkhouse (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 11 to 13)
  • EngineerBrad Somatik*
  • Producer, Arranged ByDego (tracks: 3, 4, 6 to 8, 10, 12), Mark Mac* (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 9, 11, 13)

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Dollis Hill Studio, London.

℗ & © Mercury Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 31458 62122 5
  • Matrix / Runout: 07314 586 212-2 01 # 51211934
  • Matrix / Runout (Inner ring): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L008
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0117
  • Label Code: LC 06521
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none 4hero* Creating Patterns(15xFile, AAC, 256) Talkin' Loud none UK Unknown
9840571 4 Hero Creating Patterns(CD, Album, RE, RM) Talkin' Loud Classics 9840571 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
TLD9 4 Hero Creating Patterns - Exclusive Album Promo(CD, Promo) Talkin' Loud TLD9 UK 2001 Sell This Version
586 212-4 4 Hero Creating Patterns(Cass, Album) Talkin' Loud 586 212-4 Thailand 2001 Sell This Version
73145862122 4hero* Creating Patterns(CD, Album) Universal Music, Talkin' Loud 73145862122 Brazil 2001 Sell This Version

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themucaro

themucaro

April 6, 2017
Any particular reason why Mark Murphy's track hasn't his vocals on it on the vinyl? Bit annoying :)
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

December 11, 2016
As the name implies, the English formation 4 Hero originally from four members. When, however, in 1998 the breakthrough album Two Pages came out, there were only two about: Mark Mac (real name: Mark Clair) and Dego McFarlane. Along with Goldie and Roni Size 4 Hero long time belonged to the biggest innovators in the drum & bass genre. The above-mentioned double album Two Pages had two faces: the first part (Page One) sounded warm and melodic, while the second part (Page Two) especially from chilly, electronic break beats existed. With the successor Creating Patterns (2001) are they managed to mix these elements to a sound that feel free to be called unique. What at the first listening immediately noticeable is the fact that almost all the instruments are played by real musicians. The winds and strings come this time so not from a box and even most drum beats are real. In addition, the vocals become more important and it shows the best in the price numbers Golden Solitude, Another Day (featuring Jill Scott) and the great single Les Fleur. After a few spins, we must conclude that 4 Hero is the dance scene. With Creating Patterns they have a groundbreaking pop album made of which you can enjoy at home.