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Limewax - Scars On The Horizon FLAC Album

Tracklist

1Fuck The Labels4:52
2Escape6:37
3Everything6:59
4Raptor6:19
5Slaves7:10
6Face It Alone5:54
7God4:46
8Seed5:54
9The Attack7:21
10Scream War5:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TECHFREAKLP002Limewax Scars On The Horizon ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album, RM, 24-)Tech Freak RecordingsTECHFREAKLP002UK2017
noneLimewax Scars On The Horizon ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320)Tech Freak RecordingsnoneUK2016
TECHFREAKLP002Limewax Scars On The Horizon ‎(5xLP, Ltd, Promo, W/Lbl)Tech Freak RecordingsTECHFREAKLP002UK2006

Notes

150 promo white labels were originally released on 9th December 2006.

Track A contains voice samples from "Resident Evil" movie.

Track B contains voice samples from "The Prophecy" movie.

Track C contains voice samples from "Sin City" movie.

Track I contains voice samples from "Constantine" movie.

Video

Limewax - Scars On The Horizon FLAC Album
Performer:
Limewax
Title:
Scars On The Horizon
Genre:
FLAC size:
1330 mb
MP3 size:
2250 mb
WMA size:
2913 mb
Country:
UK
Released:
22 Jan 2007
Label:
Tech Freak Recordings
Style:
Drum n Bass
Rating:
4.1
Catalog №:
TECHFREAKLP002
Bludsong
Still my fav darkstep dnb album. Pure evil in a box. Do not open if you re not ready.
Trex
Everything and Escape contains samples from Resident Evil (2oo2)
ChallengeMine
Nothing clever about this album, nothing new or inventive. You have a hammer (bassline) and a face (amen). You put them together and something very painful and violent happens. People wanting Pendulum-esque, commercial, boring club Cheese-n-bass for boring commercial people who like a well-crafted pop song shouldn't bother. Tunes like 'The Attack' and 'Fuck The Labels' spin out looped samples, mental break patterns and stabbing synths. The emphasis is almost totally on the rhythm; no obvious melodic hooks or chords to speak of. Then again, if you want to listen to that, listen to Mozart. For those mighty chosen few to have heard tunes from this album played in Therapy in London or Renegade Hardware nights, its like being back in that dungeon. For those who haven't, its a taste of what the darkside really sounds like. He's young and impressionable and its easy to see the influence he's reversely having on Vets like Tech Itch and Dylan. A lot to learn, but then he's got a long way to go yet. Repetitive? Yes. Painful? Yes. Uncommercial? Yes. File under "Real Music For Real, Angry Human Beings". Crank it and enjoy.
Doomblade
I've been told by a lot of people how great Limewax is, but I really don't see what they're talking about. His beats are definitely more complicated than almost all other drum&bass out there, but all it is is drums weighted on the off beat. I mean, there's a little more to it than that, but that's mostly what all his tracks are. Other than that, there's nothing. The synths repeat in incredibly annoying ways. I find myself interested at first, and then bored after about 4 measures. It'd be nice if it changed up more often instead of being the same complicated drum pattern looped a billion times, but unfortunately that's not the case. Guys like Pendulum may not be as complicated or interesting, but they at least know how to put together a cohesive song for a dancefloor. This just hurts to listen to.
Chillhunter
Yeah I liked this album but I would've enjoyed it a hell of a lot more if the songs had more variety and structure.
Pruster
Agreed
IWantYou
Drum&bass was never about cohesion-you completely miss the point.
Abuseyourdna
A deep, dark & disturbing album. Full of dark soundscapes & the dirtiest amens you have ever heard. This is a great album and i must say it is also refreshing and original. Anyone tired of Pendulum style synth tunes should check this as you may be pleasantly surprised! I can't single any tune out, they are all great!
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