Break - Symmetry lp

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Due for release in October 2008 on the following formats 4 x 12" / CD x 1 / MP3.

4 disc 8 track vinyl, and 18 track CD having non dnb tracks.

A Hooked Up
B All Around
C Is This What You Want ?
D Jungle Step
E Last Chance (Feat. Kyo)
F Traits
G Reach Out
H Symmetrics


audio:
samples of 4 tracks from the album - 'Is This What You Want?', 'All Around', 'Symmetric' & 'Thin Ice'.
http://www.myspace.com/stholdings

this is big!
 

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i don't get how he churns out so many tracks, yet can't seem to make anything average, or passable. i can't remember the last time i didn't buy something with his name on it... just can't pass it up.
 

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lovin breaks stuff atm, the production on the drums is what gets me every time! anyone got a fav break track? hard call! i no its old but im still lovin run off!!
 
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fav breaktrack, let me see, i still waiting for the bambaata remix , apart from that, destiny comes ringing is big ,splashstep 2, actually everything he brings is great!
 

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gotta be authentic really.
it's one of those tunes you can hear at hardware, playaz, hospital, run, shogun, ram, one nation etc etc and never sound out of place.
just one of those genre crossing kinda tunes.
 
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gotta be authentic really.
it's one of those tunes you can hear at hardware, playaz, hospital, run, shogun, ram, one nation etc etc and never sound out of place.
just one of those genre crossing kinda tunes.
that too! , well theres not really one tune of him i could say i really dont like actually
 

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After working his way to the very top of the game, Break has managed to become one of D&B’s most in-demand DJs and producers, on entirely his own terms. Establishing an inimitable sound over the last couple of years through his seemingly endless output of singles and remixes, Break’s stripped back, highly rhythmic and technically unrivalled productions have become a necessary component in every good DJ’s sets. However, what we have heard from Break in that time represents only a fraction of the man and his talents, and on ‘Symmetry’ we get to see exactly what he is capable of. This is an album that will sate the expectations of Break’s many hardcore fans yet still be entirely accessible to the uninitiated listener from outside the genre. With lush musical interludes, down tempo trip-hop and even a touch of breaks and tech-house, interspersing the faultless D&B, this is the varied collection of work we were all hoping for. Every track on the four piece vinyl is pure quality, in particular the dub spaciousness of ‘Hooked Up’, the pure jungle of ‘Jungle Step’ and the divine Calibre-esque ‘Last Chance’ featuring the incredible vocals of Kyo. But it’s the 18 track CD that really shows what Break is capable of; whether through the breaks collaboration with SP, the cop themed Beastie Boys-styled ‘Walk’ or the ‘dubstep’ of ‘Thin Ice’, Break flaunts his genius without ever succumbing to the obvious. If you only buy one D&B album this month, make sure it’s this. - Jon Ethics: ATM Magazine

DJ Support from: Fierce, Andy C, Fabio, Friction, Hype, Goldie, A Sides, Calyx & Teebee, D-Bridge, Bailey, Noisia, Laurent Garnier, Martyn and many others


Format: 4 x 12”
Vinyl Tracklisting

A: Hooked Up (Exclusive to the Vinyl Format)
B: All Around
C: Is This What You Want ?
D: Jungle Step
E: Last Chance (Feat. Kyo)
F: Traits
G: Reach Out
H: Symmetrics


Format: CD X 1
CD Tracklisting

1. Last Chance (Feat. Kyo)
2. Hooked Up
3. In Between
4. Reach Out
5. Too Hot To Hold (Feat. SP)
6. Light Speed
7. Symmetrics
8. Recovery
9. In My Mind (Feat. Kyo)
10. Its Coming
11. Is This What You Want?
12. Walk
13. All Around
14. Z Step
15. Thin Ice
16. Adrenaline
17. Jungle Step
18. In the Blue
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