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    JusticeHears To The Future

    Label:Hydrogen Dukebox – DUKE 70CD
    Format:
    CD, Mini-Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Drum n Bass, Electro, House, Hip Hop, Downtempo

    Tracklist

    1Two Thousand Moments
    FeaturingMiles Copeland
    5:48
    2Wack MC's
    FeaturingDanoyd
    4:50
    3Cycle II3:39
    4Beat Drop5:34
    5Faith & Reason
    FeaturingMiles Copeland
    5:52
    6Monk Rock
    FeaturingMiles Copeland
    1:20
    7Suburbs4:56
    8Wack MC's (Instrumental)4:25
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    CD in cardboard sleeve housed in an outer cardboard sleeve that also contains a circular reply postcard and a six-page foldout inlay with a label catalogue.

    ℗ & © Hydrogen Dukebox Records Limited 2000

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Printed): 7 95984 10702 8
    • Barcode (Scanned): 0795984107028
    • Matrix / Runout: █ 04069 DUKE070CD SP F 18268 121299
    • Mastering SID Code: ifpi LD81
    • Mould SID Code: ifpi 8Y12

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Hears To The Future (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Clear, 10", 45 RPM, Clear, 7", 45 RPM, Clear, All Media, Mini-Album, Limited Edition)Hydrogen Dukebox, Hydrogen Dukebox, Hydrogen Dukebox, Hydrogen DukeboxDUKE 070 DJV, DUKE 70DJV07, DUKE 70DJV12UK2000

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    scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Edited 16 years ago
    Justice, one of the lesser known masters of drum ‘n’ bass, shows off his stuff with HEARS TO THE FUTURE, a short album that expands his music into new directions, from the downtempo cinematic atmosphere and Arabic singing of “Two Thousand Moments” to the pumping house of “Cycle II.” There’s plenty of juiciness to be found here; even the wack MCs of “Wack MCs” don’t sink the track (though I obviously prefer the instrumental version). The electro vibe of “Beat Drop” is pure rhythm, which contrasts to the emotional lyrics of the more layered and musical “Faith + Reason.” “Monk Rock” is a short, looped jazz interlude, but “Suburbs” gets us back to the breaks for which Justice was rightly known.