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

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Stress Records ‎– 12STR 80
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the1uncle

the1uncle

May 9, 2018
'Set in Stone' kind of got eclipsed by both its predecessor, 'For What You Dream Of' (re-released in '96) and its successor 'Heaven Scent', both of which are definitely superior. However, 'Set in Stone' is not without merit, being, as it is, a solid chunk of driving melodica.

Point of fact, I was queuing to buy the CD single in the HMV in Chester (in my lunch hour, when on work experience) and a fight broke out between two other patrons, one of whom wouldn't relinquish the stylus to the other. (If you remember, back then, you could actually go in store and listen to the 12"s. They would entrust you with a stylus which you would return when finished).

Coincidentally enough, the track one of the pugilists was desperately trying to listen to was none other than the one I was buying: 'Set in Stone/Forbidden Zone' by Bedrock. £2.29 well spent, I thought.
ravecore99

ravecore99

April 30, 2003

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.