yep I agree, JXL has gone back to what he was doing in 98 which was big beat...but then he went all techno, I seen him support underworld....and he was pure techno..now he's gone back hopping on the bootleging bandwagon with the elvis vocals...Ok its way less credable to what howlett has done with BGAT..but their incentive is the same
Ive been hearing BGAT for the past 5 years if you know what I mean.....
Right, I know what you mean, and I really think that Elvis-thingie sounds totally like Mr. Slim's music about three years ago. Which was what I adored a lot then, but it soon lost its flavour, maybe now I'm ready for another round Love Island again, but I remember loosing even the last drip of interest when I saw that Slim's music were handled like booze-hymns in Brightons clubs, brrrr, fat sweating football-fans... (Sorry If I caught someone with that, was just a metaphor...)
And BGAT isn't really new stuff, indeed, and it destroys what I thought was the plan of Howlett, to out bring a record (including the 1. single) that sounds different to the previous one.
But I like, like mentioned, the track because of its high level of detail, it's like the lost track from the FOTL.
God can be found in the detail - a famous saying here.
Yeah, as I think about it, it should have been on the FOTL, between Serial Thrilla and Mindfields...