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Skream!

by Skream

Skream! by Skream

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Skream!

by Skream

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Label: Tempa
Dubstep's first artist album (as opposed to DJ mix) arguably came back in 2002 with Horsepower Productions' In Fine Style, but Skream's 2006 debut album was the LP to represent the genre as a fully formed entity, with coiled, half-time beats, high-plains-drifting flutes and a writhing, malevolent low end. Far different from the aggressive shape it would take upon hitting the States, dubstep here is as meditative as it is muscular, though tunes like "Midnight Request Line" prove quiet can be just as lethal as loud.

About This Album

Dubstep's first artist album (as opposed to DJ mix) arguably came back in 2002 with Horsepower Productions' In Fine Style, but Skream's 2006 debut album was the LP to represent the genre as a fully formed entity, with coiled, half-time beats, high-plains-drifting flutes and a writhing, malevolent low end. Far different from the aggressive shape it would take upon hitting the States, dubstep here is as meditative as it is muscular, though tunes like "Midnight Request Line" prove quiet can be just as lethal as loud.

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About This Album

Dubstep's first artist album (as opposed to DJ mix) arguably came back in 2002 with Horsepower Productions' In Fine Style, but Skream's 2006 debut album was the LP to represent the genre as a fully formed entity, with coiled, half-time beats, high-plains-drifting flutes and a writhing, malevolent low end. Far different from the aggressive shape it would take upon hitting the States, dubstep here is as meditative as it is muscular, though tunes like "Midnight Request Line" prove quiet can be just as lethal as loud.