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4 HeroParallel Universe

Label:Reinforced Records – RIVET CD 004
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass

Tracklist

1Universal Love
Mixed By [Vocal Mix Down]Steve*
Saxophone [Alto]DJ Hand
Vocals [Featuring]Carol Crosby
5:35
2No Imitation5:00
3Parallel Universe5:09
4Talk Around Town5:13
5Follow Your Heart 'Part One'4:52
6Wrinkles In Time6:00
7Terraforming4:53
8People Always Criticize Us5:44
9Follow Your Heart 'Part Two'5:09
10Shadow Run2:30
11Sunspots6:30
12Sounds From The Black Hole6:14
13Power To Move The Stars4:22
14Solar Emissions4:54
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Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Design]Lamb
  • Instruments [All Other Instruments]Dego, Mark Mac*

Notes

Recorded at Reinforced Studios except "Universal Love" vocal mix down at Hitt Studios.

Distributed by S.R.D.

Cat# CD: RIVET CD 004
Cat# spine: LP0004

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5021260000420

Other Versions (5 of 14)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Parallel Universe (2×LP, Album)Reinforced RecordsRIVET LP 04UK1994
Parallel Universe (2×LP, Album, White Label)Reinforced RecordsRIVET LP 04UK1994
Parallel Universe (2×LP, Promo)Reinforced RecordsRIVET LP 04UK1994
Parallel Universe (CD, Album)SelectorSEL 3Europe1995
Parallel Universe (CD, Album)Sublime Records (3)SBLCD5004Japan1995

Reviews

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robcypher
Easily their best "transition" album between their old school rave period and their more recent jazzy sound. Perhaps their best LP to date, actually.
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lixenixen
Edited 10 years ago
This album sounded groundbreaking back in the mid-90s, but 15+ years later it feels a bit dated. The drum programming still sounds top-notch, but the synths have a plasticky fusion-jazz feel to them, which makes them sound a bit cheesy. Nevertheless, with records like this one, 4 Hero (alongside others such as Goldie and T-Power) set the template for what would soon be called "drum & bass". It's a shame if this record is hard to find these days, it should be reissued for its historical worth alone.