Never heard this album but I can recommend others to buy it because I'm familiar with some of the tracks on this album like "The Angels Fell" and "Acid Trak" and probably "Threshold" and "Hard Noize" also. To be totally honest I'd be shocked if there was a crap tune on this album because that's not Dillinja's style. Dillinja has made some of the best drum & bass the scene has to offer and is very respected within the scene itself and has cemented his name down as one of the pioneers in the scene because in my opinion he is. Acid Trak is such a great tune and Threshold and you would probably have to be familiar with Dillinja's work to really appreciate his sound and what this dude has to offer. As I said earlier, never heard this album but knowing Dillinja he won't dissapoint as he never does. Hope this helps.
Excellent album , that sounds fresh , not like a Best Of Dillinja Compilation . The best thing is that the 4 new trax help this albums flow a lot. Since Dillinja always used and still uses lots of Breakdowns with moments of silence in his trax, it's actually hard to tell , wehn one track is finished and the next begin for the first half of MY SOUND. With the addition of some interludes , a couple recorded phone-calls and b-boy language this is a nice and sexy 70+ minute ride thru some awesome, slammin' and serious drum 'n bass. The best part starts , when his anthem trax are woven together . The 1995 Metalheadz Smash "The Angels Fell" connected with the mighty fine brandnew "Rainforest Track" , "Hard Noize" (as Capone on Test 1998), "Muthafucka" (a Philly Blunt track from 1995 with the voice of Bryan Gee on the phone at the end) and to top it all : the mighty "Tudor Rose" (Capone on Hardleaders 1998, arguably his best tune). Following for a change comes the B-Boyish 2002's "Thugged Out Bitch" (from his BIG BAD SOUND album with LEMON D). When Prototype's 1997 anthem "Treshold" ends this ride thru Dillinja's Sound there are no questions left on the influence , importance and abilities of this "Bass Explorer" as Goldie called him.
Of course this is no easy listening affair and you got to be in the right mood and listen to it on a good sound system at a decent Volume with nuff Bass - otherwise it can even get annoying to listen to this CD...
Well done Karl ! Thanks for putting so much attention and care into this collection, to really showcase Your Sound.