Industry (Dom & Roland album)

Industry is the first solo album by British drum and bass producer Dom & Roland. The album was released under the Moving Shadow label on 28 September 1998 as a separate CD (ASHADOW 16CD) and 4-disc vinyl LP (ASHADOW 16LP) editions, with the compact disc edition containing two extra tracks. It is considered a very influential and important album that was responsible for the development of the techstep sound in the late 1990s. Optical was featured as a co-producer on two tracks.

Industry
Industry (Dom & Roland album).jpg
Studio album by
Released28 September 1998
GenreTechstep[1]
Length77:14
LabelMoving Shadow
ProducerDominic Angas
Dom and Roland chronology
Industry
(1998)
Back for the Future
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[1]

Track listingEdit

All tracks are written by Dom & Roland.

No.TitleLength
1."Thunder"6:02
2."Remote View"6:24
3."Connected"7:29
4."Time"7:01
5."Spirit Train"6:23
6."Elektra"7:32
7."Time Frame"6:39
8."City"6:30
9."Chained on Two Sides"6:16
10."Anaesthetic"6:12
11."Industry"4:57
12."Kinetic"5:49
Vinyl edition
No.TitleLength
1."Thunder"6:01
2."Connected"7:29
3."Spirit Train"6:22
4."Elektra"7:32
5."City"6:30
6."Chained On Two Sides"6:16
7."Time Frame"6:39
8."Industry"4:57
9."Remote View"6:24
10."Kinetic"6:48
Total length:64:01

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Bush, John. "Allmusic review of Industry". allmusic.com. Allmusic Guide. Retrieved 28 December 2018.

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