John Digweed and Nick Muir* Present Bedrock ‎– Set In Stone

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Set In Stone
Forbidden Zone

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Babychris

Babychris

July 19, 2016
referencing Set In Stone / Forbidden Zone, CD, Single, CDSTR 80

A big love for forbidden zone which does absolutely not sound dated as other has said :)
DMARKMILLZ

DMARKMILLZ

June 14, 2016
referencing Set In Stone / Forbidden Zone, CD, Single, CDSTR 80
Classic Old School label tune by some of the best international pioneers of genre ,great find .
SamPope

SamPope

January 8, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Set In Stone / Forbidden Zone, CD, Single, CDSTR 80

A classic late 90's progressive trance tune that still sounds great. 'Set in Stone' is as epic and melodic as Digweed & Muir have ever sounded. Clocking in at just over 11 minutes, this song takes you on a journey through twisting synth dub like no other. The release at the end of the track is classic '97 era trance (in a good way), with an emotional eruption of beautiful synth arpeggios. 'Forbidden Zone' on the other hand, doesn't hold up nearly as well. Sounding almost goa-esque in it's intensity, the synth textures here are very dated, and are not nearly as pleasing to the ear as those in 'Set In Stone'. Of course, there really isn't much goa out there that doesn't sound dated a couple of years after it's released.
ravecore99

ravecore99

April 30, 2003
referencing Set In Stone, 12", 12STR 80

Both of these traxx are on Global Underground 004: Paul Oakenfold in Oslo.

Set In Stone is trance-y, not like Heaven Scent (which is a good thing - I'm not much of a fan of Heaven Scent).

Forbidden Zone is goa/psychadelic techno-ish and I like it very much. Much harder and more energetic than most of Bedrock's music.

Check them both out if you like trance/goa.