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Great album, cack-a-lack title

The contents of this album are stunning. I went to see them in Kendal [ oop Norf ] and that blew me away. DnB tends to be labelled with the 'disposable' tag, with people stroking their chins and twiddling their thumbs waiting for its demise, but output like this pushes the genre that bit further and opens it up to an ever expanding audience of converts. It's just a shame the title and cover art is so off-putting. Nothing against Tony, looking a fine and dapper gent, but 'Power Ballads'? I'm sure it was supposed to have a tongue-in-cheek-ness to it but try turning anyone on to the album : "Have you heard 'Power Ballads?" ... Best off just calling it 'the new London Elektricity album' and you can avoid sounding like a Bonnie Tyler fan.

Hitting the bass

This album is really does hit the beats to the massive styling sounds that surround each and every tune on this album. Colman and his talanted team are fastly becoming drum 'n' bass legands in the making that will be played at partys in a long time to come. The different melodys at 170 beats per min will blow you away yet again.

BASS BASS BASS

Original vibes just an excellent album..... BUY IT!!

Power Ballads, London Elektricity
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