Bomb the Bass’ second album Unknown Territory was a venture into the progressive dance music. "Winter in July" was the album’s single hit, peaking at number 7 in the UK charts. The midtempo hip-hop was later being dubbed as trip-hop. Music writer Simon Reynolds searched for a way to "combine the art of sampling with the energy of rock and roll." This combination worked out pretty well and the ten songs shows how they developed to a band who integrated different aspects from electronic music in their hip-hop sounds.
Bomb The Bass were one of the first acts to bring sample-based music and scratching to a mainstream audience.
The package includes a mini poster.
1x 12" LP, 180gm, Limited Edition, Green & Black swirld vinyl, individually numbered
A1 Throughout The Entire World
A2 Switching Channels
A3 Love So True (Depth Charge Remix)
A4 Winter In July (7" Mix)
A5 You See Me In 3D Remix
B1 Liquid Metal
B2 Run Baby Run
B3 Dune Buggy Attack 1991
B4 Understand This
B5 The Air You Breathe
Music On Vinyl, 2019 reissue
Originally released 1991
[Electronic] [Breaks] [Downtempo] [Experimental]