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★★★★★

Dreadzone, The John Peel Sessions is from a number of...”

Written on: 12/07/2007 by Tania (78 reviews written)

Good Points
Some absolutely cracking tracks

Bad Points
The odd track can be a bit repetitive

General Comments
Dreadzone, The John Peel Sessions is from a number of sessions done for the BBC during the nineties and is a colourful combination of jungle and dub with a load of techno thrown in for good measure. This combination works well to produce an album that's loud, full on and upbeat and while some of the tracks can be a bit repetitive, it is most definitely a grower and one that should be played at high volumes!



A definite recommendation for all techno heads, drum n bass and dub fans alike.

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