Solid State ‎– Point Of No Return

Renegade Recordings ‎– RRLPCD01
CD, Album, Digipak

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Just A Vision
Vocals – Zoe H
2 Life Of Riley
Rap, Performer – Skriblah
3 Continental Breakfast 7:19
4 Point Of No Return 5:15
5 Signing Off 6:16
6 Celestial Sphere 6:58
7 74th Avenue 8:37
8 Bay Area Hustle 8:03
9 Street Hustler 7:22
10 Tuning 6:38
11 Just A Vision (Marcus Intalex & ST Files Remix)
Remix – Marcus Intalex & ST Files


Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 29651 001247 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029651001247

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RRLP 01 Solid State Point Of No Return(3x12", Album, Promo) Renegade Recordings RRLP 01 UK 2000 Sell This Version
RRLP 01 Solid State Point Of No Return(3x12", Album) Renegade Recordings RRLP 01 UK 2000 Sell This Version
RRLPCD01 Solid State Point Of No Return(CD, Album, Promo) Renegade Recordings RRLPCD01 UK 2000 Sell This Version


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November 10, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

Trio from golden era of liquid funk. they received a massive feedback from BBC Radio One by Mr.Fabio.
"Just a vision" (MIST remix) - opening track of all Fab sessions in Radio One. Really good, dope and deep collection of intelligent breakz from different era of dnb. Cool stuff!


July 24, 2015

Classic jazzstep on Solid State's debut, POINT OF NO RETURN, with plenty of smooth keys and solid beats. "Just a Vision" already drenches the area with strings and soulful vocals, while "Life of Riley" goes more downtempo, albeit with a middling and somewhat dull rap. "Continental Breakfast" brings life back into things with a sax-driven piece, but it's the atmospherics and thick double bass of "Signing Off" that really capture the listener's attention, as does the dreamy minor key of "Celestial Sphere." "74th Avenue" and "Street Hustler" return to the jazz with a good helping of funk, while "Tuning" has a hint of digital mystery in it. The remix of "Just A Vision" from Marcus Intalex & ST Files cuts out most of the vocals for a more brisk cut, wrapping up a pleasant listening experience.