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Faith In the Future


Download links and information about Faith In the Future by Überzone / Uberzone. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Breakbeat , Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 59:42 minutes.

Artist: Überzone / Uberzone
Release date: 2001
Genre: Breakbeat , Techno, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 59:42
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No. Title Length
1. Beat Bionic 4:00
2. Science Fiction 5:17
3. Black Widow 4:36
4. Bounce 4:52
5. Dreamtime 4:19
6. Rhythm Device 6:20
7. Frequency 5:37
8. Faith In the Future 3:21
9. 2Kool4Skool (featuring Afrika Bambaataa, The Soulsonic Force) 4:39
10. Keep Go-In 4:39
11. Little Dragon 4:39
12. Botz (Synthetik Mix) 7:23



Überzone's full-length debut is a collection of brisk cuts offering impatient dance fans everything they'd expect from a funky breaks record — mid-tempo hip-hop rhythms, heavy-duty turntablist scratching, sampladelia, and a parade of effects that never wears out its welcome. Over just a few tracks, Überzone proves he's one of the best in the breaks crowd, setting it up with an excellent opener ("Beat Bionic," with back-in-the-day DJ Davey Dave) and keeping the energy level up courtesy of nice collaborations with Afrika Bambaataa ("2 Kool 4 Skool") and Beenie Man ("Science Fiction"). Aside from those notable highlights, Faith in the Future offers the tribal percussion of "Black Widow" (a co-production with nu-breaks specialist Rennie Pilgrem), an interesting segue into singer/songwriter electronica with Lida Husik, and several undeniably bland productions: "Rhythm Device," "Bounce," even the feature for Page Hamilton (lately of Helmet) on "Frequency."