Hybrid ‎– Disappear Here



Empire 6:00
Can You Hear Me 6:26
Green Shell Suit 5:18
Disappear Here 5:56
Every Word 4:54
Formula Of Fear 7:31
City Siren (Reprise) 1:11
Salt 6:22
Original Sin 6:58
Take A Fall 5:14
Break My Soul 7:48
Numb 6:37

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DISN192 Hybrid Disappear Here(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Distinct'ive Records DISN192 UK 2010
DISN201 Hybrid Disappear Here (Widescreen Edition)(10xFile, WAV, Album) Distinct'ive Records DISN201 UK 2010
DISN201 Hybrid Disappear Here (Widescreen Edition)(2xCD, Album, Dig) Distinct'ive Records DISN201 UK 2010 Sell This Version
DISN193LP Hybrid Disappear Here(2x12", Album) Distinct'ive Records DISN193LP UK 2010 Sell This Version
DISN192 Hybrid Disappear Here(CD, Album) Distinct'ive Records DISN192 UK 2010 Sell This Version
DISN192 Hybrid Disappear Here(CD, Album + 2xCDr, Album, Promo) Distinct'ive Records, Zync Music DISN192 US 2010 Sell This Version
DISN192 Hybrid Disappear Here(CDr, Album, Promo) Distinct'ive Records DISN192 UK 2010 Sell This Version
HN756CD Hybrid Disappear Here: Bonus Track(CD, Album, Inc) High Note Records HN756CD Taiwan 2010 Sell This Version
DISN211 Hybrid Disappear Here (Instrumental Versions)(CD, Album) Distinct'ive Records DISN211 UK 2011 Sell This Version


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July 20, 2016
referencing Disappear Here, 2x12", Album, DISN193LP
Excellent album... such a pity they dropped "Salt" from the LP.


December 25, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Disappear Here, 12xFile, MP3, Album, 320, DISN192
Grand orchesteral landscapes, acoustic guitars, and poppy vocals. It's well-designed, well-produced, and sounds good, but not quite to my taste - I want something darker and more instrumental. Reeks of commercial trance/house.


January 8, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Disappear Here, CD, Album, DISN192

I've never been so critical about a Hybrid album before. After listening to years worth of cheese and eventually to present-day's "digital garbage," I think we can all agree that something left-field or atleast consistant would be gratifying. But if I personally feared anything more than synth trash, it'd have to be rock ballads. It definitely didn't help when the album's 10 minute teaser was polluted with guitar strumming, RNB vocals, and loads of trap kits. It didn't stop there either. What really frosted my cinnamon roll, was when I found out that the duo had literally torn apart their own club monster "$50 Pistol," giving it a un-hybridized treatment of watered down snare drums, and the occasional electric bass. Yep, I'm talking about "Empire" folks. Flame me all you want, but for all of you who think you've found Hybrid's secret weapon, head on over to Myspace.com/HybridSoundSystem and listen to the real deal; before it get's deleted and unreleased entirely. FYI Hybrid have been known to do that. So, "Disappear Here" get's 4 stars for that and of course "Numb," which left absolutely no impression on me. But with all that out of the way, you're left with a real treat! I remember when "Morning-Sci" came out, Hybrid had totally left their commercial roots (Wider-Angle) and brewed up a spectacular release with rich basslines, soulful vocals and progressive breaks. Tradition finds the duo following in their footsteps once more; as this album is nowhere close to the epic, sample-mashing scale of "I Choose Noise." Instead, this is the more darker, more aggrivating and more intuitive vision of their 2006 success; and all from a couple of breakbeat legends. 'Still wondering if it's worth $10? You must be stupid!


October 15, 2010
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Disappear Here, CD, Album, DISN192

I don't know why, but a breakdown part of "Can you hear me" and vocals remember me kidness. When i was small and saw colour dreams. Of course, this album is very nostalgic. This strings, vocals and breaks can turn me into colour dreams again. Best of 2010.


July 19, 2010
referencing Disappear Here, CD, Album, DISN192

Not your typical Hybrid album, but a Hybrid album none the less. It gives you everything you've come to expect from those people from Swansea. Big on atmosphere, big on beat driven songs, yes songs and yes still very BIG on production techniques beyond this mortal coil. This excursion on the Hybrid version of an album though comes with the biggest and most notable difference of all. The pace of the album. This almost plays out like a classic Depeche Mode album, something like Violator maybe, guitars and all. Deeper and darker than I Choose Noise, but not as far down as Morning Sci-Fi sent us. Disappear Here is not an instant affair, but then no Hybrid album is, but follow the advice on the sleeve and do Disappear Here it'll be very worth your while.