Terminalhead ‎– Weekend Warriors

Kilowatt Recordings ‎– KWTCD008
CD, Album

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1 What Time Is It? 5:42
2 Mind Of Your Own 3:31
3 How Does It Feel? 3:30
4 P.Y.O 3:33
5 Breaking Rules 6:14
6 Poison 7:27
7 Headstrong 5:41
8 Weekend Warriors
Mixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*, P-Dub*
9 Beats, Rhymes, Flavour 5:15
10 Dubious 8:58
11 The Scene 3:39



(P) 2002 Sanctuary Copyrights Limited
(C) 2003 Sanctuary Records Group Limited
LC 6448
Distributed in the UK by: Pinnacle

Mixed at: Tracks 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,11 @ The EchoRoom, Olympic Studios, Track 8 @ Olympic Studios, Track 10 @ Dubmaster
Mastered @ Heathmenns

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 050361 100821
  • Barcode (String): 5050361100821

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June 25, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

This is one of the most important records ever made! And also one of the most ingenious and fabulos ones! I don't need to say no more cause those who got this album knows what it's all about. I wish the whole world had it. Seriously. It has CONTENTS on all levels - pure ingenious legendary record. Peace & Love,


June 8, 2003

I've been waiting ages for this (well, what seems like ages), so my expectations were quite high. Thankfully, they've come up with one of the best breaks albums i've had the pleasure of hearing. "What Time Is It?", is a right monster. I wasn't too fond of it until I heard it in the context of the album - rolling breaks with a killer bassline, and a few reggae influences, methinks. Proper Bo'. The next few tracks are more vocal, actually talking about real issues. Quite punky, these geezers have attitude, and it serves them well. "Breaking Rules" is more full on, proper dancefloor material. The next one, however, is a more downtempo number. "Posion" is a fantastic track, melancholic chords and atmospheric vocals add to the spacious feel, and it just flows. "Headstrong" is my pick of the bunch, with it's amazing breakbeats, gurgling bass, mad FX and great lyrical business from Mr Spee. Track number 8, "Weekend Warriors", has a rather intense bassline, and is another one with contemplative lyrics, not too heavy. Lovely stuff. "Beats, Rhymes, Flavour" is one of the heavyweights, with head-punching breaks, devastating bass, punchy vocals bits and those mad FX again. Woo! "Dubious" is proper dub stylee, all echoey and spacious, with fragmented vocals floating about within it. Dubtastic! The closer, "The Scene", is about all the scum in the industry, a big up middle finger to all the people that should fuck off and let the people that love the music get on with it. Respect the music.