High Contrast ‎– High Society

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Tracklist

Lovesick 7:14
Tutti Frutti 6:06
High Society 5:25
Brief Encounter 5:44
Racing Green 6:46
Angels And Fly 5:12
Natural High 6:25
The Persistence Of Memory 6:29
Twilight's Last Gleaming 7:36
Only Two Can Play 4:32
Yesterday's Colours 5:50
Bonus Track
The Basement Track 5:41

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NHS77CD High Contrast High Society(CD, Album) Hospital Records NHS77CD UK 2004 Sell This Version
NHS77 High Contrast High Society(12xFile, WAV) Hospital Records NHS77 UK 2004
NHS77LP High Contrast High Society(4x12", Album) Hospital Records NHS77LP UK 2004 Sell This Version
NHS77LPW High Contrast High Society(4x12", Album, Promo) Hospital Records NHS77LPW UK 2004 Sell This Version
ACCR-10017 High Contrast High Society(CD, Album) Rush! Production ACCR-10017 Japan 2004 Sell This Version
BBSCD 015 High Contrast High Society(CD, Album) Breakbeat Science Recordings BBSCD 015 US 2004 Sell This Version
NHS77CD High Contrast High Society(CD, Album, Unofficial) Hospital Records (6) NHS77CD Russia 2004 Sell This Version
none High Contrast High Society(CDr, Album, Promo, Car) Breakbeat Science Recordings none US 2004 Sell This Version

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jpscool4u

jpscool4u

May 6, 2015
referencing High Society, 4x12", Album, NHS77LP
If anyone's got a cover for this that they're willing to sell, please message me! I've got the promo version but would love to have the official sleeve :)
robbiestunes

robbiestunes

January 14, 2011
referencing High Society, CD, Album, NHS77CD
complete and utter cheese - I'm a big D'N'B fan, and i was in the shop and saw all the reviews, and thought wow, should be good. wow, what complete bouncy happy hardcore type of shit, sure a lot of production goes into it, but total cheese, surely to make it on top of the pops or something, not for the old school crowd. one listen was a waste of an hour.
Theeboon

Theeboon

May 2, 2005
edited over 6 years ago
referencing High Society, CD, Album, NHS77CD

Delivering the perfect soundtrack to a sweaty summer like this, High Contrast once again succeeds in transforming darkly lit warehouses into sunbathed clubs. Productionwise it's tighter, more songbased than his first LP. All tracks add their own flavour to the album and none of these cuts are filler. It's all too perfect really. Maybe it's time for him to do some different material. I'll be listening.