15 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bookended by the dancehall inflections of “No Problem” and the acoustic-driven “End Credits,” Chase & Status’ breakthrough second album blitzes through British dance culture. The London duo fuse dubstep rhythms to nu-metal abrasion on a stadium scale, while their innate melodic sensibility keeps things popping. “Let You Go” and “Blind Faith” both hit hard, but they’re soulful, too. Dizzee Rascal electrifies the industrial churn of “Heavy,” while White Lies push “Embrace” from moody to gothic. The whole thing flows as thrillingly as the pair’s high-decibel stage show.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bookended by the dancehall inflections of “No Problem” and the acoustic-driven “End Credits,” Chase & Status’ breakthrough second album blitzes through British dance culture. The London duo fuse dubstep rhythms to nu-metal abrasion on a stadium scale, while their innate melodic sensibility keeps things popping. “Let You Go” and “Blind Faith” both hit hard, but they’re soulful, too. Dizzee Rascal electrifies the industrial churn of “Heavy,” while White Lies push “Embrace” from moody to gothic. The whole thing flows as thrillingly as the pair’s high-decibel stage show.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
88 Ratings
88 Ratings
DiMeo121 ,

Chayse N Sta-is! (british voice)

Chase & Status are awesome. This is a great album, blind faith, brixton briefcase, heavy, flashing lights, end credits are all phenomenal songs. the rest are good too but those definitely stand out.

bjc05 ,

Always good.

Chase and status really how their talent with many styles. Each song almost sounds like it's from a different artist. The only thing I could have asked for is more DNB tracks.

suprsarah ,

Yes!

Finalllyyyy!!!

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