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Source Direct - Exorcise The Demons FLAC album

Source Direct - Exorcise The Demons FLAC album
Title:
Exorcise The Demons
Performer:
Style:
Drum n Bass
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FLAC album size:
1547 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪
Source Direct - Exorcise The Demons FLAC album

Tracklist

Call & Response 7:13
Mind Weaver 8:15
Haunted 6:45
Technical Warfare 8:42
Love & Hate 9:22
Capital D. 7:36
Dubstar 7:21
Wanton Conduct 8:43
Concealed Identity 9:33

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
QEDLP3, 7243 8 46756 1 5 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons ‎(3x12", Album) Science, Virgin QEDLP3, 7243 8 46756 1 5 UK 1999
ASW 6251-2, 0170 4 66251 2 8 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons ‎(CD, Album) Astralwerks, Science ASW 6251-2, 0170 4 66251 2 8 US 1999
CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons ‎(CD, Album) Science, Virgin CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Europe 1999
CDJQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Science, Virgin CDJQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Europe 1999
7243 8 46756 4 6, CDQED3 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons ‎(Cass, Album) Gala Records , Science, Virgin 7243 8 46756 4 6, CDQED3 Russia 1999


Reviews:
  • generation of new
This has got to be one of the darkest drum & bass albums ever conceived. As Goldie said in the notes of Platinum Breakz (about Source Direct) : "Dark, man! Ultra -f*cking- dark!". The tune Mindweaver is a personal favorite. It's one of the best Amen-edited tunes ever in my opinion, it's amazing bassline rolls over a very dark synth. Technical Warfare is another, absolute favorite; a pure hellish sounding tune backed up by cleverly edited breaks. Concealed Identity is a fantastic tune that i would describe as 'Futuristic-Sword-wielding-Ninja-Drum & Bass'. Only two tunes could be described as 'normal' drum & bass tunes; Love & Hate and Dubstar, the rest are pure anxiety-inducing works of art that stretch the imagination, like that of possible future dystopias...
  • Modar
Panacea – Low Profile Darkness destroys this,thats not to say this is any less better,but compared to the album i just indicated it has nothing on that.
  • Auau
First time i've heard Source Direct was in the Blade movie score. Vampire Frost sitting in the library with a walkman and listening to the first track - Call & Response. From that moment i could never forget the two samples and the infinite loop...Imagine my face when i purchased this release many years after the movie and the very first sound was that sample:)Welcome to the roots of all evil! A brilliant from my collection of rarities, taking you to the meditative dark and rythmic dimensions. Barely to be referred to as a drum and bass release, Exorcise the Demons is something beyound ordinary jungle. Call it dark jungle industrial DnB or anything you want, but it is a must-have for those, who like complicated and long-rolling loops, industrial soundscape, psychedelic atmosphere and long stumbling tracks. Sophisticated. Dark. Different.
  • Hawk Flying
One of the best drum and bass albums I own. Deep, dirty, rolling but most of all f*cking evil! Think dynamic hiphop-style drum programming, great synths, evil samples and deeeeep bass. These guys are sorely missed.