Tracklist

Seeing Is Believing 3:40
Seeing 2:50
Seen 3:24
A Fine Record 2:48
DJ Jerks 1:30
Loop Hole 2:48
Visual Audio 4:00
Flame 0:47
Sound System 3:49
Voodoo Breaks 2:55
Disco System 3:39
20/20 Vision 3:03
Pursuit 1:37
Seeing Is Believing Remix 2:40
Musique Bizarre 2:37
Male Gaze 1:16

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DaddyGreenJeans

DaddyGreenJeans

October 11, 2020
referencing Seeing Is Believing, LP, Album, Ltd, DHS-2020

Amazing record from start to finish... don't sleep on this one!
dsyn2spin

dsyn2spin

August 25, 2020
edited about 1 month ago
referencing Seeing Is Believing, LP, Album, Ltd, DHS-2020

This release was difficult to track down, as only 200 were pressed, and the artist was selling them
piecemeal through their Bandcamp account. Someone tipped me off after seeing my comment here.
and I was lucky enough to snag the very last available copy directly from the artist. This release is
now officially out of print, and the first used copy that has turned up for sale here in the Discogs
Marketplace is going to establish this release as a $$$ triple digit collectors item for the future.
That said after having only listened to the LP once so far, I can tell you that the material found
within the grooves seems to be on par with the style and quality of production that DHS has
consistently delivered on previous releases over the last 30 years or so. However along with
the unmistakable sample heavy breakbeat style that DHS has always been known for, these
new tracks are very much in line with the kind bass oriented music that has been coming
out of the UK over the course of the last 15 years or so. (i.e. Dubstep, & UK Bass music)
What it all amounts to is a very well crafted album that delivers the kind of listening experience
that succeeds in all the right places. Everything is covered, the old, the new, the tried and the true.
It takes breakbeat dub to all it's logical conclusions by running through the full spectrum
of modern underground bass music. nothing has been overlooked here. On a scale of 10 I would
rate this LP at 8+.