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Bookended by the dancehall inflections of “No Problem” and the acoustic-driven “End Credits,” Chase & Status’ breakthrough second album blitzes through British dance culture. The London duo fuse dubstep rhythms to nu-metal abrasion on a stadium scale, while their innate melodic sensibility keeps things popping. “Let You Go” and “Blind Faith” both hit hard, but they’re soulful, too. Dizzee Rascal electrifies the industrial churn of “Heavy”, while White Lies push “Embrace” from moody to gothic. The whole thing flows as thrillingly as the pair’s high-decibel stage show.

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A Huge Bow WOW!

This album is a good solid mix of drum and bass and dupstep and every track does not disappoint. Chase and Status is blowing it up. There have only been a few complete albums like this in the past few years. I also recommend Eric Walker Tangier Dream album here on itunes. A lot of good songs on it. It would be awesome if this year we get some more music from Chase and Status so I can make my speakers explode!

A case of don't meet your heroes

I guess I'd expected too much of chase and status, and just feel that the album as a whole was a bit of a let down, but some tracks are amazing don't get me wrong but others are unbearable.


Im having a crysis


Formed: 2003 in London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chase & Status -- consisting of dance DJs, multi-platinum artists, and record-label owners Saul Milton and Will Kennard -- earned their stripes after remixing the Capleton track "Duppy Man" to success in 2005. From there, the duo signed to Andy C.'s Ram Records imprint and began with a pair of club hits -- in 2007 with the double A-sided "Hurt You" b/w "Sell Me Your Soul" and 2008's "Take Me Away" -- that also reached the top of the U.K. dance charts. A full-length was finally released in 2008. Entitled...
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