Calyx ‎– No Turning Back

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Moving Shadow ‎– ASHADOW 33 CD
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1 Illusions 5:56
2 Follow The Leader
Featuring – TeebeeProducer, Written-By, Engineer – T. Byrknes*
6:24
3 Are You Ready? (Hive & Gridlok Remix)
Remix – Gridlok, Hive
5:30
4 Dead Ringer
Featuring – GridlokProducer, Written-By, Engineer – R. Powell*
6:52
5 Killa (Dom & Roland Remix)
Remix – Dom & Roland
6:53
6 Tearing Us Apart 6:02
7 Thru Your Eyes
Featuring – Ill.SkillzProducer, Written-By, Engineer – D. Kulenkampff*, P. Roskot*
6:42
8 Cyclone
Featuring – TeebeeProducer, Written-By, Engineer – T. Byrknes*
5:36
9 Chasing Shadows 5:36
10 Get Myself To You 7:32

Credits

  • Artwork By – T. Hunt
  • Producer, Written-By, EngineerL. Cons*

Notes

Track 7 includes a sample from the movie "Blade Runner".

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASHADOW 33 LP Calyx No Turning Back(4x12", Album) Moving Shadow ASHADOW 33 LP UK 2005 Sell This Version
none Calyx No Turning Back(CDr, Promo) Moving Shadow none UK 2005 Sell This Version
ASHADOW 33 LP Calyx No Turning Back(4x12", Album, Promo) Moving Shadow ASHADOW 33 LP UK 2005 Sell This Version
ASHADOW33CD Calyx No Turning Back(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Moving Shadow ASHADOW33CD 2005

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 4, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

D&B as it was meant to be: hard and dark. Calyx doesn't disappoint with his first full-length, NO TURNING BACK. The beats hit fast and furious, as on "Follow the Leader" and the mood is pervasively aggressive -- even with the stabs of piano on "Are You Ready?," there's still more rumble than jazz. Even though things lighten up a bit at the start of "Dead Ringer," the heavy layers of fuzz quickly fill the void. Even the mellow, melodic openings of "Thru Your Eyes" and "Cyclone" give way to more forceful tracks. As solid as these tracks are, they seem to follow the same formula -- which flattens the overall impact of the album. "Chasing Shadows" goes a little further in extending the melodic line throughout the track, but it's still overshadowed by the bass. The album closes on the semi-cinematic "Get Myself to You," which perfectly encapsulates the jump-up possibilities as well as the limitations of Calyx's chosen form.