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Wormhole

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Ed Rush/Optical 10/9/2012

Review

Another two-disc collection including an album of regular tracks plus a bonus mix of tracks from the first, Wormhole finds the two most hyped producers in the drum'n'bass community, Optical and Ed Rush, together on an album of new tracks. Though it's a little thin on the drum programming side, highlights like "Mystery Machine," "Compound," "Slip Thru," and "Millennium" display a progress of sorts on the effects route, the air of paranoid menace even more pronounced than on the previous Ed Rush full-length update, 1997's Torque. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Mystery Machine Ed Rush/Optical 7:24
  3. 2 Splinter Optical 7:11
  4. 3 Slip Thru Optical 6:46
  5. 4 Millennium Optical 6:13
  6. 5 Glass Eye Ed Rush/Optical 8:1
  7. 6 Compound Ed Rush/Optical 8:7
  8. 7 Fixation Ed Rush/Optical 7:56
  9. 8 Point Blank Ed Rush/Optical 7:5
  10. 9 Dozer Ed Rush/Optical 6:14
  11. 10 Wormhole Ed Rush/Optical 6:47
  12. 11 Lithosphere Ed Rush/Optical 1:37
  13. 1 Point Blank Ed Rush/Optical 4:58
  14. 2 Millennium Optical 4:35
  15. 3 Splinter Optical 4:46
  16. 4 Fixation Ed Rush/Optical 5:19
  17. 5 Void Optical 4:24
  18. 6 Dozer Ed Rush/Optical 4:16
  19. 7 Slip Thru Optical 4:33
  20. 8 Wormhole Ed Rush/Optical 4:11
  21. 9 Medicine [Remix] Optical 3:35
  22. 10 Compound Ed Rush/Optical 3:9
  23. 11 Lifespan Ed Rush/Optical 6:0
  24. 12 Mystery Machine Ed Rush/Optical 5:10
  25. 13 Grow Bag Optical 4:26
  26. 14 Glass Eye Ed Rush/Optical 4:23
  27. 15 Crisis Ed Rush/Optical 5:36
  28. 16 Lithosphere Ed Rush/Optical 1:24

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