Dillinja ‎– Cybotron

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FFRR ‎– 8573 87257-1
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5 × Vinyl, 12", Album
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A Valve Sound
Vocals – Andy Candy, Vania Williams
B Human B Bop
Vocals – Dillinja
C I Told You How To Rock
Vocals [Featuring], Lyrics By – MC Fats
D All Aboard
Vocals – Dillinja
E Blaze It Down
Vocals – Dillinja
F What's The Deal!
Vocals – Keisha Brown
G Cybotron
Vocals – Keisha Brown
H Together
Vocals – Keisha Brown
I Why?
Vocals – Dillinja
J Go Dillinja
Vocals – Dillinja

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Notes

All tracks recorded at Valve Studios. Mastered at Metropolis Mastering. ℗ 2001 London Records 90 Ltd. © 2001 London Records 90 Ltd.

Stuart Hawkes credited as 'Stu.' in the runout, but as his full name on the sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 85738 72571 7

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
8573 86653 2 Dillinja Cybotron(CD, Album) Valve Recordings, FFRR 8573 86653 2 UK & Europe 2001 Sell This Version
none Dillinja Cybotron(CDr, Album, Pro) WEA Records none UK 2001 Sell This Version
8573 87257-1 Dillinja Cybotron(5xLP, Album, W/Lbl, Sti) FFRR 8573 87257-1 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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bellymcr

bellymcr

October 19, 2010
edited over 5 years ago
Dillinja's production here is unbeatable - by what I mean the sound and the arrangement. This carries the music which is simplistic by design to maximum effect. Some say he uses the same sounds but he's got his formula and it wins. The only thing I can't get into is the vocals - in a club you're not going to complain but a tad cringeworthy otherwise.
Lukeybwoy

Lukeybwoy

July 10, 2002

A Darkside masterpiece of biblical proportions, the album which upon its much delayed and anticipated release truly changed the landscape of dark Drum n Bass forever. 'Cybotron' showed a new direction for dark dnb and showed that it was possible to make a heavy tack whilst still maintaining that crucial 'funk' element. Perhaps not the most varied LP, what 'Cybotron' lacks in bredth it more than compensates with a standard-setting consistency. Its hallowed tracklisting reads like a list of the best darkside tunes ever. From the grinding, metallic energy of 'Go Dillinja' to the twisted funk of 'All Aboard', 'Cybotron' never fails to impress as each of its 5 plates was worthy of a single release, not a compliment which can be honestly leveled at almost any other artists efforts. After the long wait 'Cybotron' could not have been a better indicator of where DnB was heading, or a better display of bass-master Dillinja's well established abilities as a producer.