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Unsure about James' influence

I absolutely love Can You Hear Me, and 2/3rds of Break My Soul is sublime. However, the folksy, Dido-esque influence of Charlotte James is a mood killer and disappointment for a long-term fan of Hybrid's wonderful dark, sophisticated electro-breakbeat-classical sound. Much prefer the sparse, soulful and haunting vocals of previous albums

Not as good as there previous albums...

I've been a long time Hybrid fan and couldn't wait for this album to come out.. I have to admit i was expecting big things from the trio but was sadly very disappointed.
Its basically just too vocal heavy to the point where its almost pop like, and what happened to the trademark strings guys?? They aren't used as much as i hoped they would be.. :(

Don't get me wrong there are some tracks that i do really love off the album, Empire, Can you Hear Me, Formula of Fear and Break My Soul.. After about 7 listens through i just can't (however much i want to!) get into the rest of the tunes..
Suppose i'll just have to wait for any good remixes that come out...

Its beauty is undergraded

After listening to the album a few times over I'll agree with the majority of the "most helpful", Hybrids sound does seem to have been altered slightly. The original dark symphony's aren't so frequent here. But is that what artists have been doing recently? Many artists signature sounds have changed with time. If we look at the well known Tiesto over time his sound has been changed and rethought. From the original occasional vocals on a track to complete the orchestra of sounds used in a song, the majority of tracks on his most recent album feature vocal talent. I know that Hybrid and Tiesto are very different musically but the point i'm making is that Hybrid, like other artists, are growing. Their style has mutated.
Alot of people might see this as a bad thing, and don't get me wrong, Hybrid's older stuff does make hairs stick up on end, they're a flawless group, but the new style they've created for themselves on this album is great. No doubt about it, it truely is 5 star. If you're loking for more dark string based music, older albums are better for it. But this album is fantastic. It reminds me of Depeche Mode slightly along with Above & Beyond or perhaps Gabriel & Dresden. The vocals are beautiful. The beats are sweet and the album? "It's Great"


Genre: Dance

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

Hybrid began as a trio of remixers based in the Welsh city of Swansea: Mike Truman, Chris Healings, and Lee Mullin. Meeting while going to clubs in the early '90s, the three made their own remixes of recordings, eventually earning assignments from record companies to pursue their hobby professionally. Finally, they were signed to Distinct'ive Records and embarked on making an ambitious first album, Wide Angle, in Moscow, using such talents as singer Julee Cruise and the 90-piece Russian Federal Orchestra....
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