Needle Sharing ‎– Switching To Channel Inferno



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January 12, 2013
referencing Switching To Channel Inferno, CD, Album, D057

I could not understand why this work is less rated as the previous "my kind" recording. Ok, all in all "switching to" sounds like a dirty copy of panacea's "german engineering", only sounds more mean and direct into your face. but compared to the debut album it's better composed, with more soul, cool samples, hoover sounds and funky transitional tracks. The Production sounds charming dirty.


August 18, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Switching To Channel Inferno, CD, Album, D057

Less distorted but happier than his previous releases, albeit some tracks are a bit too slow.
The interludes are quite nice and surprisingly didn't get on my nerves after a while but really support the theme of the album if you want to call it a theme. Weird vocal samples are everywhere and add something special to each track like in Sick Fag (probably the catchiest track on this release).
I enjoy this one really much, though it isn't a must have for drum'n'bass heads. If you like Needle Sharing and especially his live performances, go for it.