14 Songs, 1 Hour 18 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
31 Ratings
31 Ratings
Sniper Wolf ,

The Next Step Forward for High Contrast

When i first heard In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida i hated it and wasnt sure if the album would be very good if all the songs were like that but they are not and let me say i absolutly love Tread Softly, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, If We Ever, and Chances. This is an amazing album that really is a step forward and not just a remake of his old albums. High Contrast is in his prime on this album and i can not wait for the remixes to the already perfect songs by the hippity hoppity High Contrast.

kraniac ,

Yet Another Solid Release from HiC

High Contrast continually delivers well-produced and innovative drum and bass. This, his third album, is more diversely influenced than his other LPs, so I would give this advice: If you buy one High Contrast album, buy his 2004 release, High Society... but DON'T just buy one High Contrast album, because they are ALL top-notch, worthwhile albums to own.

Cereal Killa ,

An Urban Symphony!!

The 1st time I heard High Society, it changed the way I felt about what drum and bass could be. With this album it's more of the same, beauty but with a grove. The tracks have a mix of many different styles from disco, to soul, to blues, to hip-hop, and also classical. After a few listens I can honestly say it as good as High Society if not better. All drum and bass fans should have a listen. Link even brings a old school jungle vibe on this one. Don't like drum and bass, I still recommend giving this one a chance. You may change your mind.

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