geoffwiffen said:I'm really liking the Mc$upervisor CD, fair enuff it ain't really psy trance... more like chunky four\four with analog synths and a few cheesy lines chucked in to show off there superior keyboard skillz. I have found it to be great fun, not very good for the psy purists, but hey I'm into some house and funk and vocals sometimes. fuck it i've said it now! "Noon" you what stoopid noises and 303 fun who can resist!! Erez Aizen seems to be bored of trance, the kid is an amazing keyboard player, but he needs to open his horizons, he has always said he wants to score movies and stuff, it's probably time they started being even more bizarre musically and stopped conforming to the 4/4 structure.
And I agree Pricey what the fuck is that Liam Howlett on, Complete drivel in my opinion especially all the rock n roll numbers with his "oasis" friends, The only track I like on that prodigy album is the breakz one on the car advert.
my two penneth!! :smoke:
ashers said:Hmm, well I have to disagree, I really like this album, and for the new prodigy one I really like that too, would even go as far to say that it is the best album so far.
tweaka said:if i hear the word production again, im going to take something sharp to my jugular :grandad:
Lam said:I love the combination of banging acid trance and comedy interludes. It makes a change for an act not to take itself too serious in the studio.
Lam said:the one that rips off the Groove Armada vocal from Superstylin.