I think I'm going to be sick. (In a bad way)
Mad how quickly they hooked up with Tinie Tempah since he blew up, I guess they stick together...
I'm not expecting much from this dnb wise, but I'll take what I can get, always liked No Problem
Hopefully will have some cool listening tunes on it, for me Running was the best tune on their last album and that was a dubstep tune that didn't even see vinyl lol
I'm in 2 minds
firstly i don't think this is gonna be for me. i like the intro to no problem but not enough to buy an album for. If they released the 2 best dnb tracks as a single then yeah im all for it and would probably bag it.
secondly i think, yeah well done, this will prob get a fair amount of airplay and should entice a few noobs into drum and bass, which can only be a good thing right.
They still have one more album deal with Ram right? So that will obviously be more stuff like No Problem and Hocus Pocus. You can hardly expect their major label release to be entirely stuff like that can you? No Problem and Hocus Pocus will be good gateways for people to get into d&b properly, which is likely why they were put on the album - and massive props for them having No Problem as the first tune.
Likely this album will be full of catchy, well produced pop/dance music crossovers, and their Ram album will be nice and varied dancefloor destroyers, like their last one. What's not to like?
Don't expect a seperate album of pure dancefloor drum and bass any time soon after this album, this is what Chase & Status are all about right now.
audio for hocus pocus?
The reason I know is because I recieved an email through the Ram promo subscription a while back regarding the Is It Worth It / End Credits 12" single, basicly explaining how since C&S were now co-signed to Mercury, there wasn't enough time to send out promos in the usual time before the rest of the online shops have them, as there was a complication with Mercury Records getting it all together in time, or something like that
Just trust me, don't expect another C&S album solely on Ram Records, full only of wonderous new drum and bass tracks
On another note, has Sub Focus been signed to a major label? Can't remember reading if he had or not?