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Oxide & Neutrino - No Good 4 me
(December 18th 2000, OXIDE02CD2) Limited Edition
01. 03:17 - No Good 4 me (Radio edit)
02. 04:09 - 3 Sum
03. 05:18 - Bound 4 da Reload

Oxide & Neutrino - No Good 4 me
(December 18th 2000, Promo CD OXIDE02CDJ)
01. 03:15 - No Good 4 me (Radio edit)

Oxide & Neutrino - No Good 4 me
(December 18th 2000, Video CDR OXIDE02CD)
01. 03:15 - No Good 4 me (Radio edit)
02. 06:01 - No Good 4 me
03. 04:52 - Foot to the Floor
04. 04:52 - No Good 4 me Video

OXIDE & NEUTRINO is the UK Garage duo who topped the UK charts in May with their CASUALTY sampling 'BOUND 4 DA RELOAD (CASUALTY)' track. This was their second single, 'No Good 4 Me' released December 18 through East West.

'No Good 4 Me', features a sample from the Evelyn and the Champagne King track 'No Good For Me', which was famously sampled on the the Prodigy's hit 'No Good (Start The Dance)'. The track also features guest vocals from So Solid members Romeo, Mega Man and Lisa Maffia.

More info can be found from: http://www.oxideandneutrino.net

From the first strains of "Bound 4 Da Bound, Bound We're Back Again!" you know immediately this is going to be similar to "Bound 4 Da Reload" which made No. 1 in the summer. Do they have the ability to do it again? Probably not at Christmas! Anyway, this new track, with its instantly recognisable sample, is another perfectly produced slice of UK garage and hopefully should chart well, (provided they don't do what their group the So Solid Crew did and get disqualified).
*** (Matthew Dixon / ukmix.org)

Yet more UK garage from the sampling teenage duo, who are suffering from the 'follow up song that sounds very much like the last one, but not quite as good' syndrome. It takes the lyrics from The Prodigy's 1994 hit "No Good (Start The Dance)", but with that stupid rapping over the top. Not very impressive, but will probably make the Top 10.
** (Ben Cook / ukmix.org)

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