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Ring Of Saturn

Goldie

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Album Review

After the negative response to his two-disc sophomore album SaturnzReturn, Goldie's next major release was (thankfully) an EP, albeit a ten-track, 60-minute EP. Fortunately, Ring of Saturn returns the producer to exactly what made his reputation: the tightest breakbeats and most original effects around. Ring of Saturn begins with a VIP remix of "Mother" — a track whose album version was over an hour long — that drastically improves the original simply by trimming the endless wash of swirling orchestration that began and closed the track in its original incarnation. Signs of Goldie's particular affinity for excess (read: super-slick jazz-fusion) are still noticeable; the emphasis single is a cover of Bobby Caldwell's quiet-storm chestnut "What You Won't Do for Love" with longtime Goldie collaborator Diane Charlemagne on vocals. The other unreleased tracks however, are leaner and much more tied to underground jungle than anything on SaturnzReturn, and it's a much better release. Rounding out the EP are remixes — by Optical and Grooverider — of the Noel Gallagher collaboration "Temper Temper," and both are excellent examples of twisted industrial tech-step.

Biography

Born: 1966 in Walsall, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The first superstar produced by the breakbeat jungle movement, Goldie popularized drum'n'bass as a form of musical expression just as relevant for living-room contemplation as techno had become by the early '90s. Though he hardly developed the style, and his later reliance on engineers like Rob Playford and Optical to capture his sound puts into question his true musical importance, Goldie became one of the first personalities in British dance music, his gold teeth and b-boy attitude placing him...
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