Stanton Sessions

Stanton Sessions

by Stanton Warriors
     
 

Make no mistake -- Stanton Warriors aren't garage/2-step producers. True, the pair first earned wide notice for tough remixes of a 2-step hit ("Bring Me Down" by Zack Toms), and it's very convenient for both a record label and the major press to pigeonhole an act into the hottest dance sound of the moment.See more details below

Overview

Make no mistake -- Stanton Warriors aren't garage/2-step producers. True, the pair first earned wide notice for tough remixes of a 2-step hit ("Bring Me Down" by Zack Toms), and it's very convenient for both a record label and the major press to pigeonhole an act into the hottest dance sound of the moment. But as their debut, The Stanton Session, illustrates perfectly, this production duo bridges so many gaps in the dance world that it's fruitless to use just one tag to describe them. Stanton Warriors' productions
emixes/mix dates are as energetic and fun as Basement Jaxx, as tough and inventive as Adam Freeland or any in the nu breaks crowd, and at least as irresistible as Zed Bias or any in the ragga end of 2-step. Jumping out of the gate with their powerful remix of "Jump 'N' Shout" by Basement Jaxx, Stanton Warriors work their way -- on successive tracks -- from big beat to up-tempo hip-hop to acid house and on into ragga 2-step without losing their concentration or the groove. Their own tracks ("Da Virus," "Right Here," "Da Antidote") are smooth, mechanical tech-house burners with plenty of energy and a little old-school attitude, perfect as lead-ups to the peak -- PMT's paranoid monster "Gyromancer." Showing the way for uncompromising, unelitist, and utterly fun dance music for years to come, The Stanton Session is an electronica tour de force.

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Product Details

Release Date:
09/04/2001
Label:
Xl Recordings
UPC:
0634904014421
catalogNumber:
40144

Tracks

  1. Intro by Stanton Warriors
  2. Jump 'N' Shout by Basement Jaxx  -  Basement Jaxx
  3. Distraction by Jammin/Has It Come to This by The Streets  -  Streets
  4. Can You Feel It by Mr. Reds/Everybody Come On by DJ Scribble  - DJ Scribble
  5. Action by Unnamed Artist
  6. Move It With Your Mind by Pump DJs  -  Plump DJs
  7. Basstone by Sole Fusion  -  Sole Fusion
  8. Good Old Love by Biological  -  Biological
  9. The Phantom by Versions Excursions Present
  10. Da Virus by Stanton Warriors
  11. Be Bop by Jeremy Sylvester
  12. Gyromancer by PMT  -  PMT
  13. Me and Spoonice by The Spoon Wizard
  14. Right Here by Stanton Warriors feat. the Empress
  15. Da Antidote by Stanton Warriors
  16. Runnin by T Power feat. Amaziree
  17. Stone Cold by Groove Chronicles

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stanton Warriors   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Fingers   Track Performer
Busta Rhymes   Track Performer
Basement Jaxx   Track Performer
T-Power   Track Performer
Ed Lover   Track Performer
Sole Fusion   Track Performer
Biological   Track Performer
PMT   Track Performer
Amazirée   Track Performer
Plump DJs   Track Performer
Spoon Wizard   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Armando Colon   Producer
Jon Ciafone   drum programming
Anthony Acid   Producer
Rashad Smith   Producer
Phil Pagano   Engineer
Groove Chronicles   Producer
Jeremy Sylvester   Producer
Tom Hingston   Logo
Bushwacka!   Reworking
Chris Stevens   Engineer
Gladys Pizarro   Executive Producer
Reds   Producer
DJ Scribble   Producer
M. Royal   Producer
Mark Yardley   Producer,Engineer
She One   Artwork
Lee Rous   Producer

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