Matrix+Futurebound* ‎– Universal Truth Album Sampler Part Three

Metro Recordings ‎– MTRVPR-004, Viper Recordings ‎– MTRVPR-004
Vinyl, 12", Sampler, 45 RPM

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A Family
Lyrics By, Vocals [Featuring] – Robert Owens
AA Coast To Coast
Lyrics By – Jamie Quinn, Louis SmithVocals [Featuring] – Louis Smith


  • Mastered ByBeau*
  • Photography [Sleeve], Artwork By [Design] – Fergus Quinn
  • Producer, Written-ByBrendan FB*, Jamie Quinn


Mastered at Heathmans Mastering.


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February 22, 2010
edited over 5 years ago

I'm under obligation to leave a comment here. I got into electronic music at around 13 years old but it wasn't for another 18 years or so that i really started to appreciate drum & bass. Coast To Coast wasn't my first favourite, but it's definitely one of the tracks that cemented my appreciation for the genre. Brimming with energy from start to finish, and containing a lush, uplifting break, one of my favourites from any song across all genres, this is a powerful track. It also has a songs-worth of lyrics, which normally doesn't do it for me at all in dance tracks, but somehow works perfectly here. Ultimately though (being an old skool piano head), it's that subtle piano line running in the background that's made me love it like i do. I've since discovered a whole world of quality tracks, particularly the early mid-90s classics that i sadly missed out on at the time, but this tune will always hold a special place for me.


June 17, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
Family-Typical stab at housed up Drum & Bass, draft in a house vocal legend for a bit of emotional drum & bass-Hospital have done it all before....The B Side however really is a bit special, kinda epic rock sounding with one of the most original vocals I have heard in a D&B track-Think classic FUGAZI vocals & lyrics & you are halfway ther.