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Future Bound - Sorrow / Liquid Groove mp3 download


Liquid Groove


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SKANNA 10 Future Bound Sorrow / Liquid Groove ‎(12") Skanna SKANNA 10 UK 1996
none Future Bound Sorrow (Prototype) ‎(Acetate, 10", S/Sided) Not On Label none UK 1995
Skanna 10 Future Bound Sorrow / Liquid Groove ‎(12", Promo, TP, W/Lbl) Skanna Skanna 10 UK 1996
Skanna 10 Future Bound Sorrow / Liquid Groove ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Skanna Skanna 10 UK 1996

Future Bound - Sorrow / Liquid Groove mp3 download
Performer: Future Bound
Genre: Electronic
Title: Sorrow / Liquid Groove
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: Drum n Bass, Jungle
MP3 version ZIP size: 1876 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1118 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 409

Come On!!! What an absolute peach of a twelve, Bukem brought this to my attention..I also like Core Breach too which is on the Trans-central Connection series, namely this one
No comments on this one?!? Wow. Pure bliss from the Skanna camp; the first full Future Bound release. "Sorrow" was featured prominently on LTJ Bukem's Mixmag Live from 1996, which is where I'd presume a lot of folks heard it first. I either heard it there first, or on Dieselboy's East Coast Science 1. "Sorrow" is haunting, sorrowful atmospheric drum & bass with a moving swarm of string howls and whispered nothings. Truly perfect, captures the mood and leaves such a mental imprint, ideal listening in the middle of the night on a dark, deserted highway through the woods. Absolutely essential."Liquid Groove" didn't get nearly as much play, but is a slightly harder amen rinseout that wouldn't be far out of place on Good Looking during the same era. Female vocals that don't have much to say ("mmm" and "ohh baby"), oscillating scientific noises, a lot going on. Not as much progression and I don't get the same impact or wow-factor as on the flip, but still a nice track that I'd be happy to hear on the dancefloor.
why they didn't release the version with the pianos is beyond me. fortunately with a bit a magic it was easy enough to make an mp3 version using the vinyl release and the mixmag mix version to make the track that should have been released.
the monster
I disagree also, there's so much going in the track there is no need for the piano, it just does not sit well with the rest of the track.
I disagree, the piano cheapens an otherwise good tune. It is out of place (and tune) and like a throwback to hardcore dayz.