Unknown Tone | Failure

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by Unknown Tone

Experience the experimental breakbeat, rattle through your brain.and deep harmonies played with mean beats and basslines. Or something like that.
Genre: Electronic: Breakbeat/Breaks
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Failure Song
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4:51 $0.55
2. No(Thing)
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4:07 $0.55
3. Pulling Whales
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5:03 $0.55
4. Dreaming of Twisted Elks
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4:34 $0.55
5. Genetically Modified Rooster
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4:46 $0.55
6. The Base Of Planet Beat
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4:25 $0.55
7. Internal Treadmill
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3:58 $0.55
8. Alien Neurotic Brain Disorder
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4:39 $0.55
9. Brainwave Investigation Saga
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5:24 $0.55
10. Scientist's Disease
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5:46 $0.55
11. Medi(sins)
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6:30 $0.55
12. Failure Song (Metal Remix)
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5:07 $0.55
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Album Notes
Unknown Tone uses the gift of experimentation combining dance, breakbeat, a touch of industrial, and orchestrated strings in to one... pretty mad all i can say. i guess when you hear the vocals in dreaming of twisted elks, Alien Neurotic Brain Disorder, and Scientist's Disease, you start to think, what da hell? the vocals are completely morphed in to something out of braindead or something, thats been dug up from the garden lol, but its cool effect leaves you wanting more. (What ever that means)

- Jonny Daly 2006


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Mathew Clapp (aka mc²)

Sub worthy, Good beats, heavy basslines
I listened to Unknown Tone’s debut album and give the album a positive review. Read on to find out my thoughts.

Unknown Tone introduces his debut album with Failure, a fantastic start, with the highlight for me being the crying at the end. Call me sick, but I thought it really finished the song off well. This merges very well into track 2 (no(Thing)). The song is what I’d call chillout d&b, and definitely worth trialling on your sub!

Moving around the album a bit, tracks 3 (Pulling Wales), the oddly titled 9 (Brainwave Investigation Saga) and 11 (Medi(sins)) are fine for “just relaxing”, with track 9 being a “5 star” song for me.

On to track 4 (Dreaming of Twisted Elks). UT has given this song a cutting b-line which goes really well with the mellow beat – Excellent. Moving on to my album highlight, track 5 (Genetically Modified Rooster) sounds a lot better than you’d think by looking at the title. UT kept the tension up to create a powerful song that is definitely “sub worthy”! Track 6 (Planet Beat) then seems to be a slight disappointment; it is quite clever how the two styles are mixed, but it is just too high pitched at times, and feels “computerised”.

Tracks 7 (Internal Treadmill) and 8 (Brain Disorder) are suitably intense to fit the album well. track 10 (Scientists Disease) has more of the albums original theme. Finally, track 12 sees UT doing something different. He calls it a “Metal” remix of track 1. I wouldn’t say it is metal, but it is definitely an interesting slant on the original.

I think this album, in conclusion, defines its own style of d&b, but without the headache afterwards… I’d recommend it just for those tracks that give your sub something to do. There you are.

FroZeNSouL of XeUeX.com

Electronic Techno Bass beat for you every emotion
Seriously people. Just buy it. You can do allot worse. I'm quite heavily into Rock, but I still like electronica and dance occasionally. And I must say, I’m loving many of these tunes, especially "Genetically Modified Rooster" which I must try in my car with the sub turned up. This is a great album and ranges from fast electronic breakbeat to mellower stuff like "Brainwave Investigation Saga", which I can more than gladly just chill too after a long day.
Do yourself a favour though, buy it. I’m sure you won’t have anything similar in your collection.