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Customer Reviews

Dark and delicious

This is one of the best collaberation dark dnb albums. Thanx Counterstrike!
Check out Weapon if you play Crysis the PC game it will amp you up.
Computer Control is another awsome tune. All the songs are awsome and I hope Counterstrike continues making earpounding brain busting dark dnb.

Subit your soul to Counterstrike.

This is one hell of an EP. It's only four tracks, but I feel like it's Counterstrike's best effort yet, and that's really saying something. Somehow, they've finally managed to hit the nail on the head, the balance between "blow your head off hardcore" and "actually listenable". It's a fine line to walk, and I think the collaborators helped them find that line. The entire EP has a strong techno influence, so be warned. It's going to be a heavy ride.

To the good stuff. Pentagram is a ripping track, absolutely balls to the wall. The good thing is that it swtiches up the drums enough to keep things interesting. In fact, I really like the switch the make from the standard skullstep rhythms to the more metal-drumming influenced beat. If you're like your basses to be all over the place, or like floaty melodic tracks, you might want to skip this one. Don't get me wrong, like I said above I love the track. It's just maybe a tad too hard for the less thrash-inclined DnB heads.

Vivid Reality is a a heavy roller. It's also my least favorite track on the album. I personally just find it flat-out boring. The bass doesn't change, and the same synth line keeps playing on top of the same, crushing drums. Just not my kind of tune.

Computer Control is a fantastic track, and probably my favorite off the album. It's melodic, heavy, and rolls along beautifully. It's arguably the the best produced and most memorable track on the album. The bassline is the most interesting, the beats are the least thrash-tastic, and the atmosphere and surrounding elements are plentiful. Good song to drive to or play your favorite shooter too, just watch that kill count rise!

Weapon is an enjoyable number, but you're going to (again) have to be in a mosh-pit state of mind. The thing that makes it so enjoyable (at least for me) is it takes all those acid basslines, bleeps, and bonks, and puts them into hyper-speed on top of a smashing DnB beat. The bassline is repetitive, but enjoyable as the surounding bits change often enough to keep things interesting. As a side note, play the second trop at 3:11 on max for fun times scaring the living beets out of your friends and neighboors as they think what is a relatively normal techno track turns into an LSD nightmare, ha ha.

A good buy for fands of Counterstrike and the harder styles. Fun to listen too, and almost impossible not to bounce around to, you're going to enjoy this one.

Collaboration - Part One, Counterstrike
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