Amit ‎– Never Ending

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Commercial Suicide ‎– SUICIDELP005
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A Unholy
Co-producer – Outrage (4)
6:29
B Dirt Box 5:53
C Immortal 6:17
D I'll Hunt You 6:09
E Too Many Freedoms 5:19
F Swastika 6:29

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUICIDECD005 Amit Never Ending(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Commercial Suicide SUICIDECD005 UK 2006
SUICIDELP005 Amit Never Ending(3x12", Album, W/Lbl, Promo) Commercial Suicide SUICIDELP005 UK 2006 Sell This Version
SUICIDE CD005 Amit Never Ending(CD, Album) Commercial Suicide SUICIDE CD005 UK 2006 Sell This Version

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BlueMoonWax

BlueMoonWax

January 28, 2015
Dug this out the other day & played Dirtbox, 1 of my favs off the album.. To this day I've never heard anyone with a style like Amit, he holds this genre & does it so well. I was going to sell my copy but feel I should hold onto it as it really encapsulates the sound this era was about.. Dark, epic & of high-produciton qulaity. Grab a copy if you get chance
EvilRoger

EvilRoger

January 21, 2015

This musicman inspired a whole new generation of bedroom producers and labels. Dub rooted drum & bass or deep tribled drum & bass, whatever you will call it. It's started right here. Pure roots.
disgracelandcustom

disgracelandcustom

September 8, 2014
Great album, but very irritating that the vinyl release lacks some great tracks from the CD. Still, that's what Traktor's for, I guess.
antidoteuk

antidoteuk

June 8, 2009
edited over 4 years ago
This album came along at the right time to cast a fresh breeze into a stagnated dance scene full of the same old same and far too many bandwagon riders.
fedaykin

fedaykin

June 6, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
A very solid release. He may have up and downs, but to date I see no producer matching with Amit and his style - no decline. Though he might watch out not to get to hard and industrial destroying the groove in some places.

I'd skip track B and F, but I've heard enough LP's with only one good track on 'em so nevermind. The second track has an odd bleeping sound and typical badass synth throughout the track that do not fit and is rather repetitive. The sixth has a nice female vocal part forming elliptic statements but is very 4/4 bas(s)ed.

Track A is building up around a slow but stirring, dubbed dancehall-groove adding nice distorted samples and haunting chant - upper class.
"I'll hunt You" (D) and "Too many freedoms" (E) make the dance. The former reminds me of "Motherland", a tough and pushing d&b-track with a hooking, bell-like synthline. The latter is a more stomping 2/4 beat getting spaced out by subtle background and a trailed off voice.
The forth track "Immortal" contrasts the rest of the LP. Laid back and uplifting, with the drums resembling wooden instruments and a flute playing a warm melody it has a tribal feel with but a few industrial sounds interfering - the title fits.