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Contagious Drum & Bass Vol 4

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Contagious Drum & Bass Vol 4

Release Date : Aug 2003

Catalogue Number : CONCD4

Label : up2 Just Another Label

Another infectious and upfront offering from the contagious series filled with D 'n' B cuts and breaks from the best in the game!

Contagious Music are proud to present the fourth in the successful, infectious, low cost, high quality, DJ mixed “Drum and Bass Floor Fillers” series, this time left unmixed, but mastered by Julian Lopez. These are 11 of the funkiest, most inspirational floor fillers to yet grace the tracklisting of a Contagious CD. All tunes are published by Stage 1000, the publishing offshoot of the well-connected and scene-renowned Stage One Music Co Ltd and are selected from a number of well-known D&B labels, including Narcotix, Genetic Stress, East Side and the famous Bear Necessities.

Priced to entice at a price that's right, don't be fooled by the cost of this album and think that it’s full of fillers, the only fillers on this album are floor filling club anthems,  and tracks that are tried, tested and smashed by DJs all over the world!

It kicks off with the sounds of Spirit's "Active-ated", a futuristic melange of beats and breaks, overlaid with an eery tune full of beeps and squeaks. It also features an outing for Embee AKA Badness, whose collaboration with A-Sides on "Eightball" is nothing short of superb - a fusion of funky guitar with an almost beatbox-like bassline. Q Project and Legacy, the two masterminds behind Total Science, are also well represented, with Legacy's mysterious and computerised "Configuration", Q Project's "Wild Pitch" - a trancy outing with a contagious bassline that will play in your head for days, and the pair's "Make Me Feel" - a robotic and intense extra-terrestrial belter.

Last but not least, you are right, yes it is the voice of Happy Hardcore herself, Jennifer Bolton, with a chilled out Club Cut of "Tell Me", making use of the immense talents of Matt Carlton (aka Justin Time / Helix) to create a beautiful, ethereal ending to what can only be described as a must buy album for any serious music head, at a price you wouldn't believe!