Above & Beyond ‎– Common Ground

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1 The Inconsistency Principle 3:16
2 My Own Hymn
Featuring – Zoë Johnston
3:48
3 Northern Soul
Featuring – Richard Bedford
5:35
4 Naked
Featuring – Justine Suissa
5:23
5 Sahara Love
Featuring – Zoë Johnston
5:07
6 Happiness Amplified
Featuring – Richard Bedford
5:32
7 Is It Love? (1001) 5:44
8 Cold Feet
Featuring – Justine Suissa
5:35
9 Tightrope
Featuring – Marty Longstaff
3:24
10 Alright Now
Featuring – Justine Suissa
5:37
11 Bittersweet & Blue
Featuring – Richard Bedford
5:26
12 Always
Featuring – Zoë Johnston
4:10
13 Common Ground 3:32

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℗ 2018 Anjunabeats

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  • Other (iTunes ID): 1321892376

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ANJCD059 Above & Beyond Common Ground(CD, Album, Dig) Anjunabeats ANJCD059 UK 2018 Sell This Version
ANJLPS059 Above & Beyond Common Ground(3x12", Album, S/Edition, Red) Anjunabeats ANJLPS059 UK 2018 Sell This Version
ANJLP059 Above & Beyond Common Ground(2xLP, Album, Gat) Anjunabeats ANJLP059 UK 2018 Sell This Version
88985495532 Above & Beyond Common Ground(CD, Album) ProLogic, Sony Music 88985495532 Poland 2018 Sell This Version
ПРЗ CD910533 Above & Beyond Common Ground(CD, Album) Open Gate Records ПРЗ CD910533 Russia 2018 Sell This Version

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PetScotBloke

PetScotBloke

January 26, 2018

I tend to agree with DEPECHE. Although A&B have been a total blessing for me in my years of need, this album lacks the oomph! of previous releases. I'm disappointed it doesn't include A.I., Surge, Balaeric Balls and a ramped up version of 1001, instead of the gentler 'Is It Love?'. Maybe they'll release a BANGING club version, and attach bonus tracks as mentioned, with club versions of already released singles, and pop in updated versions of Walter White and Mariana Trench (which has had many makeovers according to A&B). Still, a good album. Better than a lot of crap released these days.
The opening track does melt me, and nicely merges into My Own Hym. But, another element that irks me is the overuse of the gorgeous Zoë, and more so Richard. For me, they're crescendo was Group Therapy. They made that a killer album. It is nice see Justine and Marty join the fold, but their voices are echoes of Zoë and Richard for me. Fresh gruff, gravelled, raw would be a good avenue to try, in my humble opinion. Don't get me wrong - the music these boys (and girls) produce is astounding to the ear. I'm humbled by most of what they produce, and i can see the way they really do try to bring race, sexuality, beliefs etc together. The titles of the albums themselves advertise this. But, I feel they need a 'Fat Of The Land' or 'Leftism' collection - ground breaking fuck off tunes, to let you lose it for 6-8 minutes at a time. The stuff that brings the hairs up. They are more than capable of it. I always feel their on the verge of it, with Walter White, Mariana Trench and Balaeric Balls.
DEPECHE

DEPECHE

January 25, 2018

too mellow for my taste hope the remixes are more trance EDM Overdone it with his formula. Almost every track sounds the same The same breathy vocal effort from all their collaborators we have been hearing B4