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Justice - Cross - Top Electro Dance of 2007 - 2LP

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Justice - Cross

Label: Ed Banger Records
Format: Vinyl, 2LP
Release: 2007
Country: UK
Record is NEW
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Style: Electro


1. Genesis
2. Let There Be Light
3. D.A.N.C.E.

4. Newjack
5. Phantom
6. Phantom pt. II

7. Valentine
8. Tthhee Ppaarrttyy
9. Dvno

10. Stress
11. Waters Of Nazareth
12. One Minute To Midnight

Key Tracks:
1. "Let There Be Light"
2. "D.A.N.C.E."
3. "Phantom Pt. I"
4. "DVNO"
5. "Stress"

I'll say it. The electronic/dance record of 2007 has arrived. The long-awaited, super amazing full length from French duo, Justice, breathes life once again into your neighborhood dance floor and come June 11, 2007, also in your favorite record shop. Justice is made up of Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Auge, two men that have become famous for mixing a bit of religion with their incredible and righteous beats. It seems wherever they turn up, they make any club/festival into their own private house of worship, and the faithful have been eating it up. Barely visible during their live sets, the two stand behind their giant glowing cross that adorns the decks. Its an ironic twist on the idea of a religious experience. After hearing this album in full, you might be a follower of what they've laid down as well.

Mixing some Daft Punk with early Chemical Brothers gets you about halfway there. Cross's strength is a flawless mix of dance and electronic styles, delivered with amazing production and energy to spare. It follows on the heels of a few well received singles, like 2006's Waters of Nazareth (which is smartly included here). Also catching buzz has been their fun graphically inspired video for the lead single, D.A.N.C.E. The song is great, with or without said video, it's a weird hybrid of Daft and Michael Jackson, with some children's vocals thrown in. It will be one of your favorites this summer, if isn't already.

The really amazing thing about this record is that it holds up through the entire tracklisting. I might have to go back to Underworld's Beaucoup Fish for the last time that happened (ok, maybe Milo's Destroy Rock n Roll, or MSTRKRFT's The Looks). It opens super strong with (appropriately titled) Genesis. As the perfect opener, it's a pulsing surge of fuzzy beats mixed with some over the top drama and a setup found usually in hollywood blockbuster movies, not dance records. never loses steam after Genesis fades into Let There Be Light, in fact it might even get stronger as the record chugs along. I found stuff like Phantom, The Party and New Jack, being as enjoyable as the singles. Stress, a song which backs the final third of the record, is unbelievably grand and just as in-your-face awesome. Vocals and vocal samples on Cross are kept to a minimum, appearing on just a few tracks, The Party (featuring foul-mouthed bass gal, Uffie), D.A.N.C.E., and DNVO. Its a perfect amount of vocals, in fact, everything on this record is pretty much spot on, even the T-Rex-esque album art is terrific.

If you like house/electro/club/Miami bass/trance/breakbeat/dance...whatever, it really doesn't matter. Justice aims to please, and happens to do much more than that. A must have.

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 18 June, 2008.

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