Roni Size ‎– Touching Down

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Full Cycle Records ‎– FCYCDLP10
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1 Sound Advice
Bass – Richie Glover
4:25
2 Forget Me Knots 4:16
3 Playtime 0:53
4 Scrambled Eggs 2:29
5 Uncensored 5:01
6 At The Movies
Keyboards – Damian LeGassick
2:50
7 Vocoda Funk 4:15
8 Sorry For You 6:03
9 Feel The Heat 4:52
10 Siren Sounds 3:22
11 Keep Strong 2:00
12 Find Myself
Guitar – Steve Graham
1:55
13 Reel Dark One 4:57
14 Swings And Roundabouts 5:40
15 Zak Attak 4:24
16 Snapshots 3 5:25

Credits

  • Computer [Additional Protools], Mixed By [Additional]Dave Amso
  • Written-By, Producer, Mixed ByRoni Size

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 89492 01852 8

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FCYCDLP10 Roni Size Touching Down(CD, Mixed, Promo, Car) Full Cycle Records FCYCDLP10 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

February 18, 2017
Roni Size and LTJ Bukem together with Goldie is seen as one of the most important people in the Drum'n ' bass scene. As a producer and label owner he has his stamp on much of the development of this genre. All from his debut CD New Forms, he works a lot with guests, such as vocalists, musicians and sometimes whole orchestras. In addition, he has also nice scored with breakbeat Era, a project with DJ and vocalist Leonie Laws. With Touching Down, that on its own Full Cycle label is released, Roni Size totally back to square one. No orchestras, no guest vocalists and very little experiments. What remains is a super tight dosed collection seamlessly overgemixte Drum'n ' bass tracks, of which clearly hear is that Roni Size this extensively on a full dance floor has been tried before on cd.
aaz

aaz

December 14, 2003

This was a release that i had been looking forward to for a longtime, and the wait was welll worth it. Roni shows us once again just how beats and basslines should be crafted together and the tracklist features many tunz that have been massive hits in the clubs. The mixing is flawless (nothing less then you'd expect from roni) and the tunz blend from 1 to another so well its as if the whole album was created as 1 tune and not 16 mixed together. This CD should be played on nothing less then full volume. Heres hoping Roni's next poject isn't to far away. Full cycle & V recordings forver baby.
schuby

schuby

January 22, 2003

Roni Size's album 'Touching Down' has some brighter moments, but also has some bad ones. 'Sound Advice' is one of the brighter moments. The singles, and a few other tracks, are good. However, the majority of the CD are just filler. They essentially all have the same bassline, just with a little knob twiddling. This album is alright, but Roni Size could have done a lot more work on this.
grandmafunk

grandmafunk

January 6, 2003

it was really something. in positive i mean. usually i hate x-mas but this year i got this record and i think it saved my x-mas. my brother has been rap and hip hop fan, but when he heard the first tune, he actually fell in love with roni size;)