Chase & Status ‎– No More Idols

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No Problem 4:11
Fire In Your Eyes 4:15
Let You Go 3:55
Blind Faith 3:54
Fool Yourself 4:34
Hypest Hype 3:29
Hitz 3:08
Heavy 3:34
Brixton Briefcase 3:59
Hocus Pocus 4:00
Flashing Lights 4:10
Embrace 4:59
Time 4:20
Midnight Caller 3:45
End Credits 3:21

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2745135 Chase & Status No More Idols(CD, Album) Mercury, RAM Records, Vertigo 2745135 UK 2011 Sell This Version
2748801 Chase & Status No More Idols (Deluxe Edition)(CD, Album + DVD) Mercury 2748801 UK 2011 Sell This Version
none Chase & Status No More Idols - Instrumentals(CD, Album, Promo) Vertigo none UK 2011 Sell This Version
RAMM92 Chase & Status No More Idols(2x12") RAM Records RAMM92 UK 2011 Sell This Version
none Chase & Status No More Idols(CD, Album, Promo) Vertigo none UK 2011 Sell This Version
IDOLSCJ1 Chase & Status No More Idols(CD, Album, Promo, Smplr) Mercury IDOLSCJ1 UK 2011 Sell This Version
2796408 Chase & Status No More Idols (Australian Tour Edition)(CD, Album + DVD-V) Mercury, RAM Records 2796408 Australia 2012 Sell This Version

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dave38x

dave38x

February 3, 2011
referencing No More Idols, 2x12", RAMM92
No More Idols is a departure from "More Than Alot", although given that this is Chase & Status' second album it would be incorrect to say they were breaking a trend. Clearly the duo are aiming for a much larger audience than with previous releases, and I have to say I like it.

For those that want a reminder of why Chase & Status are so good at what they do, look no further than the vinyl release.

Packing the four tracks from the album that are arguably the closest to their roots as a hardcore DnB production duo, for me the vinyl is a must have.

No Problem has an interesting tribal intro that rapidly breaks down into a sweeping tune, large synths, driving bass and a tech style rhythm driving the sparse vocals.

Flashing lights - the only dubstep release on the vinyl - is a huge tune, switching halfway through from melodic to something much more agressive and heavy.

Hocus Pocus is a personal favourite, a pure and simple jungle tune with some interesting synth work over the top.

Finally, Fool Yourself kicks off as a massive tune, reminiscant of Pendulum but with Chase & Status' distinctive style.

Whether you want to expand your collection as a performing or bedroom DJ, or collect all of Chase & Status' releases, this one's a keeper.