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Boomkat Product Review:
**CD version includes the bonus tracks Berzerk Dub and Echobombing** Germany's top soundbwoy Disrupt aka Jan Gleichmar drops the follow-up to Werk Discs awesome 'Foundation Bit' LP, teasing our bowels with rumbunctious subbass and cheeky 8-bit game music lifts on 'The Bass Has Left The Building'. Almost anyone that's come into contact with Disrupt's fun dubs has quickly developed an addiction for his compact and highly disciplined form, channeling the spirit of early Jamaican digi-dub and dancehall produced on early Casio keyboards and cheap drum machines through a matrix of 8-bit samples and pungent dub FX for an entirely endearing sound which attempts to maximise the potential of the stripped dub format with constantly mutating FX meaning no two succesive bars sound identical. The title track lifts the theme from the C64 game 'Future Knight' and piles a tonne of epic dubbed pressure upon it before 7" detonators 'Bezerk Dub' and 'Echobombing' squeeze out the slow and heavy jams for all bass luvvas. The version of C64 chip tune 'Bruce Lee' will probably flood back memories for those old enough (albeit with added subbass), and acid fried stepper 'Wir Rufen Die Venus' takes our money for the album highlight. You'd best check this if you like Darkstar, Quarta 330 or classic digi-dub dancehall. Big.