Various ‎– Two Revolutions

720 Degrees ‎– 720LP001
3 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation, 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Odyssey Nextgen
Written-By, Producer – S. Donohue*
B Total Science Fractionz
Written By – J. Greenhalgh & P. SmithWritten-By, Producer – J. Greenhalgh*, P. Smith*
C Indica (6) Bypass
Written-By, Producer – D. Maffey
D Alaska & Paradox Two Thousand
Written-By, Producer – D. Pandya*
E Pariah Sub Zero
Written By – P. Jones, S. Martin & R. ClintonWritten-By, Producer – P. Jones, R. Clinton, S. Martin (2)
F Blame Sphere (Seba Remix)
Remix – SebaWritten-By, Producer – C. Shafie*

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
720CD001 Various Two Revolutions(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) 720 Degrees 720CD001 UK 1999 Sell This Version
720LP001 Various Two Revolutions(3x12", Comp, Promo, W/Lbl) 720 Degrees 720LP001 UK 1999 Sell This Version
AICT 115-6 Various Two Revolutions(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) SMEJ Associated Records AICT 115-6 Japan 1999 Sell This Version


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December 16, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

Worth buying for the Seba remx of Sphere alone. All other tunes equally strong, especially Alaska and Paradox's Two Thousand, which sounds ever better as time progresses. 5/5 all the way.


August 26, 2016

Serious album this one. All strong tracks but Seba's remix of 'Sphere' and Total Science's 'Fractionz' are absolute gems.


August 22, 2002

After steadily building a reputation for breaking some of the most innovative drum and bass around, Blame's 720° imprint presents a killer collection of tunes past, present and future, expertly blended by the man himself.

Revolution one ...
... is the visionary material forming the future of 720°. Ethereal and electrifying, revolution one is a no compromise journey into pure innovation, initiated by the pulsing hook of Odyssey's 'Nextgen'. New tracks from the Future Engineers, Alaska & Paradox and Pariah, amongst others, kick and glide through the mix, sliced to perfection with a diamond-hard edge. Morphing from the tech-funk bass of 'Bypass', the spine-tingling adrenaline of 'Momentum' and the sumptuous subs of 'Two Thousand', to the reverse beats and ever-weaving layers of 'Sphere' (Seba remix); the three-beat effervescence of 'Catharsis' and Miguel B & Odyssey's 'Ellegua', where live percussion meets acute rhythm programming. With tight mixing keeping the adrenaline flowing, the first revolution is a mind-twisting collection of true beats for the soul ...

Revolution two ...
... is the past and present, a high octane blend of 720°'s finest releases to date. The unstoppable analogue bass of Blu Mar Ten's 'Osaka' introduces a sublime mix of sharp rhythms, interstellar hooks and aqueous melodies. Aural Imbalance show off stabs of mechanical bass alongside the shimmering melody and crystalline rhythms of Pariah's 'Catalyst', the incandescent beauty of Odyssey's 'Expressions' and the space-age, anthemic 'Alpha:7'. Transcendental filtered waves of sound come courtesy of 'Object', alongside the incendiary beats and radiant atmospherics of 'The Nautilus'. 720°'s first release, Blame's 'Cuban Lynx', marks the peak of revolution two, with its charged rhythms and reversed hook ...

Future-bound musicality at its finest, Two Revolutions is testament to the vision of 720° so far - breaking boundaries to produce dynamic, life-affirming drum and bass, straight out of the sci-fi space league.
Watch those sparks fly ...