I honestly haven't cared for new drum and bass for quite some time (2003?). In 2008 I did buy some clownstep records as a joke for myself but I never cared for that style. As an avid xboxer I did buy the Forza Horizon 2 game the day it came out as I love the series. Last time there was a Forza Horizon game there was one nice track that sounded like 1991 LFO which I ended up buying. However this time with Forza Horizon 2 there is a whole fake XM radio station with Hospital Records releases. More surprising is that I actually like this "new" drum and bass. It doesn't sound like anything I've heard before and it's not clownstep. I've been collecting all of the records used in the game yet I see some big differences with these releases. First of all these aren't all 12"s and some aren't on vinyl at all but are only available as .wav file releases which is very strange to me. The majority of the vinyl releases are on albums with 3 to 4 tracks per side which is VERY dj unfriendly. Some of these tunes are only 3 minutes long without a friendly intro for mixing. The worst offender is Camo & Krookeds "Move Around". This is a wonderful tune however why was this released like this? Why not a 12" or if album only why has the format changed so much? The tune is very dj unfriendly and on a vinyl with 4 tracks crammed on one side.... The only thing I can think of is that DJs aren't buying these albums. They're buying the ,WAV files to mix on their computer and the computer does all the beatmatching so therefor you don't need the dj friendly intro and outro. But really, I don't understand how DNB albums changed from Digital Dubzilla to Camo & Krooked's Zeitgeist. I'm not even going to begin to speak of how that Camo & Krooked album has so little drum and bass on it. I'm more interested to know why Hospital is no longer releasing albums with one tune on each side and why most releases are only digital these days?