thebandwithnoname - Take Up The Tempo

Monday 1st July 2002
thebandwithnoname - Take Up The Tempo
thebandwithnoname - Take Up The Tempo

STYLE: Dance/Electronic
RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 4632-4722
LABEL: Movation 1908319
FORMAT: CD Single
RRP: £0.81

Reviewed by Kelly Hargie

This debut single from the Innervation Trust's groundbreaking ministry trio, thebandwithnoname, hits you right in the face from the offtake. Almost impossible to classify, the band take elements of rock/ rap (Rage Against The Machine) and dance grooves (Zarc Porter is in the production seat) and produce something that is profoundly street relevant but not at all stylised. It encaptures the vision of a school's ministry project desperate to see a real change in the hearts of our nation's young people. Adam Brown, Chip Kendall, and Bobby Stearns rap out their plans warning "everybody get ready" amidst an amazing conglomeration of electronic frequencies and the talent of these guys should not be missed. The passion behind the mission is evident on this catchy little number and that forces it into a new realm.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Take Up The Tempo [Listen]
2. Take Up The Tempo (Underburner Mix) [Listen]
3. Band Interview [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by barbara carr in blackpool @ 17:23 on Nov 28 2006

ive been to see the bandwithnoname thay are so good u should go and see then i have all there cds



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