The album that was supposed to set the pace for a new generation of beatmakers and foretell the sound of music to come, from the late 90s heyday of drum and bass, when it seemed as if things were really poised to jump off for Roni Size and his Bristol massive. Perhaps the larger musical community never followed through on that promise, but that doesn't lessen Size and his crew's achievement here. One of the few full length drum & bass recordings we find ourselves returning to, with a sound that places it in its era without sounding dated, combining hard stepping rhythms – some moving beyond his then dominant jump up sound – with jazzy, soulful production that merits it's place among the forward looking Talkin
scene of the day. 23 tracks in including "Brown Paper Bag", "New Forms", "Railing", "Lets Get It On", "Share The Fall (full vocal mix)", "Matter Of Fact", "Mad Cat", "Morse Code", "Beatbox", "Hi Potent", "Change My Life", "Jazz", "Hot Stuff", "Electricks", "Down" and "Destination".