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Customer Reviews

Future Classic

I've listened to this album several dozen times already, and I have to say it has all the makings of a future classic, can't wait to hear Rock School in a club, it'll go off! The album feels like Riley and Durrant have drawn influences from many areas, produced something that covers a lot of bases and has broad spectrum appeal. In terms of status, I'd put it right up there with the best of them including (not as a direct comparison) Mylo's Destroy Rock and Roll and Sneaker Pimps Becoming X. Not just a must for the Riley and Durrant fans but for anyone who appreciates good modern classics. Book yourself in.


I bought this album yesterday and was blown away. Def the best electronic album I have listened to this year. Its not just all trance either, there are some eclectic tracks, as well as the straight-up club bangers. House, trance, techno, electro all feature. standout tracks: hollow and rock school. good stuff, highly recomend.

Research and No Need For Development

This album catches the eye straight away with what one can only describe as first class artwork...So it's at this point you should always be wary. Great Artwork can sometimes sell you down the river and leave you high and dry. Not here... The album menaders down a long musical river through the ripping madness of the rapids(Rock School) to the gentleness of the delta (Monday Blues) If you've been a Riley and Durrant fan since the start you'll especially enjoy "Candesco" and "My Enemy" which nod to the trance roots of the duo. "Hollow" shot out the stable and was an obvious first choice as a single; but wait for "Rock School" to blast these boys past research and development and into fully blown dance royalty. A future classic, without question.

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