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The Best Album I Ever Bought

I can honestly say without a doubt that my life ould be a lot worse without Hospital Records and this album. I think this is a masterpiece of album making containing only the best and most fun tracks from a great range of artists. I just want to make a point to Itunes though, would it be possible to add a new genre just of 'Drum and Bass'??

amazing!

amazing album, excellent tracks and remixes!! If your into drum & bass... BUY IT! Seriously worth the money!

Sick.

Worth it just for MRSA, but literally awesome in all other regards!

Biography

Born: Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s

High Contrast seemingly overnight became one of the most discussed drum'n'bass producers in years. Not since the late '90s, when Goldie and Roni Size were recording full-length albums rather than strictly tracks, had there been so much hype thrown upon a drum'n'bass producer's shoulders. The man behind the moniker — Cardiff, Wales, native Lincoln Barrett — remained humble despite the hype, taking it in stride. He was only 22 when he recorded True Colors, an ambitious double-disc debut...
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