Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Points in Time 2
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Step-by-step examination of the Good Looking Records label via LTJ Bukem. Features many cuts from assorted 12 inch singles on CD for the first time ever. A real must for drum'n'bass fetishists. Volume 2 contains nine track... more »
Step-by-step examination of the Good Looking Records label via LTJ Bukem. Features many cuts from assorted 12 inch singles on CD for the first time ever. A real must for drum'n'bass fetishists. Volume 2 contains nine tracks, including cuts from Bukem, PFM, Axis, Peshay and Seba & Lotek. Digipak. 1999 release.
William J. Murphy | St. Louis, MO | 05/18/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are looking for a quality introduction to intelligent drum & bass, or just drum & bass in general, then this is a very good place to start. It is clearly the best single volume out of the whole "Points in Time" collection, which is a series of albums featuring classic, largely out of print songs from LTJ Bukem's Good Looking and Looking Good labels. Every CD is worth buying, but this one is a killer. It start's off with Seba & Lotek's brain-numbing opus "Sonic Winds," a track with a beautiful 3 and a half minute intro. Right after this track comes what is in my opinion the best Bukem track, his 1992 anthem "Atlantis." In addition to this, this disc has monster cuts like The Bell and Piano tunes, as well as some absolutely lavish stuff form PFM and Intense. A must have."
LTJ Bukem and crew's compiliation Drum and Bass album
William J. Murphy | 01/13/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you liked Logical Progression...This is actually just Vol 2 of a 3 volume set...theres 1, 2, and 3, with 4, 5, and 6 about to come out soon. as always, quality drum and bass, great to listen to...these are alot of tracks that either have only been available on vinyl, in compilation mixes., or unreleased. Smooth strings, sharp breakbeats, make these tracks an aureal landscape for your mind. Jazzy, futuristic, and electronic...these guys...and i'll just have to say it again, are pushing musical boundaries..this is it folks - this is where music has progressed to."