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Balance of the Force
Boymerang
Balance of the Force
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
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12-track CD album originally released in 1960 includes 'These Foolish Things', 'As Time Goes By' & 'Smoke Get's In Your Eyes' - all of which along with were later covered by Bryan Ferry. Decca. 2005.

      
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All Artists: Boymerang
Title: Balance of the Force
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Astralwerks
Release Date: 10/21/1997
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Drum & Bass, Electronica, Techno, Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 017046622226

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12-track CD album originally released in 1960 includes 'These Foolish Things', 'As Time Goes By' & 'Smoke Get's In Your Eyes' - all of which along with were later covered by Bryan Ferry. Decca. 2005.

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Great DrumN'Bass Album
05/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Boymerang's album "Balance Of The Force" is another album that represents the true meaning of Jungle and DnB - fast, mindblowing beats, alongside with Bass level set to blow every speaker, and hypnotic chords. The grooves on this album can fit every wild party and every Chillout room. Boymerang's intense style is capable of relaxing and chilling and also intense breakdancing or headbanging as you pick your style. The most known track from the album is the first one, "Soul Beat Runna". This track represents the entire feel of the album, although each track stand for itself. The Track also has a videoclip by Guy Nisbett, That really fits the feeling of the track.My take on the album is that it's quite good, and very true to it's genre, but most other tracks resemble themselves. Other than that, It's a great buy and the grooves are very delicious. Yum."
The Best D&B CD I Own (Maybe)
Zach | Co Spgs, CO | 07/01/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I would like to start off by saying that any Drum and Bass artist on Astralwerks is excellent. So if you like Drum and Bass and happen to see any CDs by Photek, Source Direct, Adam F, or Boymerang, buy them, you are almost guaranteed to enjoy them (unless you are a lover of all that is evil, sitting in your basement planning the destruction of the entire universe by unleasing a horrible torrent of Val Kilmer films on an unsuspecting public).The entire CD is awe inspiring, well, beides track 3 which gets on my nerves a little bit because it doesn't seem to fit. With that aside I can say this may be the best Drum and Bass CD ever, unless I want to talk about Photek - Form and Function which has to take the cake.From the first track 'till the very last (minus track 3) the CD suspends your disbelief with the sheer complexity of the beats. The way Mr. Sutton weaves them together with the almost ambient background sounds is simply stunning. He frequently manipulates the drums to keep the beat interesting, but not so much that it becomes annoying, it merely helps to keep it from being boring. So many people say that drum and bass is boring and repetitive, but I would have to say that Boymerang and his mates on Astralwerks are slightly different. Even though drum and bass is, at its core, very simple, it can become a beautifully emotonal form of music, but it must be payed attention to. If you are looking fo dance music, go buy Hybrid Remix and additional production by...; if you want background music, get any of the horribly done, barely affable MTV Party to Go to the bathroom with CDs. And if you don't like drum and bass, shut up and stop pretending like you're a techno guru and go buy some crappy DJ Skribble CD."