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Sabretooth - Sabretooth 2 Album

Tracklist

1Cabin Fever7:40
2Odin's Raven6:24
3Power Trip7:21
4Sky Drive8:06
5Twisted Nerve7:14
6Scourge7:01
7Trace Element7:27
8Dive Bomb
Featuring, Guitar – Koss
7:44
9Cruise Control6:29
10Devil's Anvil6:58
11Communication Rite Remix
Producer [Additional] – B. FraserWritten-By [Originally Written], Performer [Originally Performed] – Matt Howden (Sieben)
6:29

Credits

  • Producer, Written-By, Mastered By, DesignBen Fraser

Notes

All tracks written, produced and mastered by Ben Fraser @ Sabretooth Studios, Sheffield, UK.

Communication Rite originally written and performed by Matt Howden / Sieben (www.matthowden.com).
Additional production B. Fraser.

Guitars on Dive Bomb by Koss / Richard Lawrence-Day (www.the-wildcats.co.uk).

Live photos taken at Neuroshocked, Szczeoin, Poland.

Distribution by Arabesque, London.
www.arabesque.co.uk / 0044 20 8992 7732

Digital distribution by Agent Audio
www.agentaudio.net

C + (P) Sabretooth Records '08
All rights reserved. Unauthorised lending public performance and broadcasting is prohibited.

Tempo (BPM):
Track 1 - 142
Track 2 - 144.67
Track 3 - 143
Track 4 - 145
Track 5 - 143
Track 6 - 145
Track 7 - 146
Track 8 - 137
Track 9 - 148
Track 10 - 146
Track 11 - 146

Track 5 uses a sample taken from Michael Jackson's song "Smooth Criminal".

Packaged in a jewel case.

Companies

  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution
  • Mastered At – Sabretooth Studios
  • Produced At – Sabretooth Studios
  • Copyright (c) – Sabretooth Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sabretooth Records

Sabretooth - Sabretooth 2 Album

Performer: Sabretooth

Title: Sabretooth 2

Country: UK

Release date: 30 Jan 2009

Label: Sabretooth Records

Style: Techno, Psy-Trance

Catalog: SBTHCD002

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2640 mb

Size FLAC: 2197 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 105

Record source: CD, Album

Related to Sabretooth - Sabretooth 2

Nikobar
Sabretooth - Sabretooth 2

In an urban jungle under its shallow concrete ground a prehistoric tiger roams its dark scenery sneaking across the club floor with sensual moves, muscle built legs made for running and characterized by its long upper canine teeth ready to take a lethal grab of your dancing body. Sabretooth is Ben Frasers Full-Power-Punk-On project where he pushes the limits of an all ready abused music genre on how to groove the power in FullOn Dance Music. After 12 years playing the drums Ben Fraser decided to jump on the psychedelic trance fest and contribute with his own visions and since his first release on Planet Zogg Records in 2005, Ben has gone on to set-up Sabretooth Records. Ben Released his self titled debut album in 2008 and is in 2009 ready to give us his follow up Sabretooth 2 which is consistent of filthy, raw and acid-tinged sounds for the Punkadelic dance floor. – I have to admit that I’ve never heard his debut album and neither have I heard his Sabretooth Record releases. I got mixed emotions concerning Sabretooth 2. On one hand I like the punk-punched sound he brings to the table with a brutal drive and slick attitude, but on the other hand I would normally take tracks like these and diminish them as being chemically based FullOn music for the mad raving party goners. There are very few if any actual psychedelic elements in his sound and at times I feel bored of what he tries to provide, Punk-Trance. The tracks that did strike me as being the more psychedelic trance track with extremely clever hi-hat precision and trippy atmosphere is the first and second track. After that the album has a cool factor I could do without. In some tracks like the climax driving remake of Michael Jackson – Smooth Criminal, 05: Cruise Control, he manages to glow with an extremely pleasant drive, grind-making attitude and cool sample effects making the whole track fly in cruise control. And on 08: Scourge he gives us deep bouldering baselines in a down-tempo track that is on the brink to make me cum in my pants as It has grooves out of the square box and sounds that tickle your chakras. Admittedly when it comes to productions skills Ben is a talented person who tried hard to please and does so with variation. One of his successes is the tenth track where his overall sound gathered in one track makes the light shine in an otherwise dark tunnel. Tracks like Odin’s Raven got complex layers with some storytelling and gives an acid-trip feel like the sample proclaims and it got some swirls inside its sounds that manage to impress with a smile. Unfortunately most of the tracks begin promising with crazy slick effects and shocking baselines as they set their wheels on the elements, but always seem to lose the grip of my concentration and smiling mood as the tracks evolve with nagging synths and repeating grooves.

Recommendation: If you like punkish FullOn trance music with an attitude where baselines are hefty and pumping without getting repeated in style, music which got limited realms to play on and growling guitars with some bleeps along its side ready to party hard and cool, this is for you. I don’t think Ben takes his Sabretooth as being a blood gorged Psychedelic trance project, but aims more to set the party straight with sweaty drives, howling guitars and acid sounds heard from the early 90’s. It all reeks of chemical reactions in your body while emotions flourish from your brainstems. Some of his melodies and sounds feels outdated and not something out of this world where galactic animals vegetate. Sabretooth is an extinct Tiger with brute force and admirable guts. Too bad the oversized tooth are only for display and does little if any use in a world dominated by natural selection.

Favorite Tracks: 1, 5, 6, 8, 9

Review by psytones originally published on Isratrance
Nikobar
Sabretooth - Sabretooth 2

In an urban jungle under its shallow concrete ground a prehistoric tiger roams its dark scenery sneaking across the club floor with sensual moves, muscle built legs made for running and characterized by its long upper canine teeth ready to take a lethal grab of your dancing body. Sabretooth is Ben Frasers Full-Power-Punk-On project where he pushes the limits of an all ready abused music genre on how to groove the power in FullOn Dance Music. After 12 years playing the drums Ben Fraser decided to jump on the psychedelic trance fest and contribute with his own visions and since his first release on Planet Zogg Records in 2005, Ben has gone on to set-up Sabretooth Records. Ben Released his self titled debut album in 2008 and is in 2009 ready to give us his follow up Sabretooth 2 which is consistent of filthy, raw and acid-tinged sounds for the Punkadelic dance floor. – I have to admit that I’ve never heard his debut album and neither have I heard his Sabretooth Record releases. I got mixed emotions concerning Sabretooth 2. On one hand I like the punk-punched sound he brings to the table with a brutal drive and slick attitude, but on the other hand I would normally take tracks like these and diminish them as being chemically based FullOn music for the mad raving party goners. There are very few if any actual psychedelic elements in his sound and at times I feel bored of what he tries to provide, Punk-Trance. The tracks that did strike me as being the more psychedelic trance track with extremely clever hi-hat precision and trippy atmosphere is the first and second track. After that the album has a cool factor I could do without. In some tracks like the climax driving remake of Michael Jackson – Smooth Criminal, 05: Cruise Control, he manages to glow with an extremely pleasant drive, grind-making attitude and cool sample effects making the whole track fly in cruise control. And on 08: Scourge he gives us deep bouldering baselines in a down-tempo track that is on the brink to make me cum in my pants as It has grooves out of the square box and sounds that tickle your chakras. Admittedly when it comes to productions skills Ben is a talented person who tried hard to please and does so with variation. One of his successes is the tenth track where his overall sound gathered in one track makes the light shine in an otherwise dark tunnel. Tracks like Odin’s Raven got complex layers with some storytelling and gives an acid-trip feel like the sample proclaims and it got some swirls inside its sounds that manage to impress with a smile. Unfortunately most of the tracks begin promising with crazy slick effects and shocking baselines as they set their wheels on the elements, but always seem to lose the grip of my concentration and smiling mood as the tracks evolve with nagging synths and repeating grooves.

Recommendation: If you like punkish FullOn trance music with an attitude where baselines are hefty and pumping without getting repeated in style, music which got limited realms to play on and growling guitars with some bleeps along its side ready to party hard and cool, this is for you. I don’t think Ben takes his Sabretooth as being a blood gorged Psychedelic trance project, but aims more to set the party straight with sweaty drives, howling guitars and acid sounds heard from the early 90’s. It all reeks of chemical reactions in your body while emotions flourish from your brainstems. Some of his melodies and sounds feels outdated and not something out of this world where galactic animals vegetate. Sabretooth is an extinct Tiger with brute force and admirable guts. Too bad the oversized tooth are only for display and does little if any use in a world dominated by natural selection.

Favorite Tracks: 1, 5, 6, 8, 9

Review by psytones originally published on Isratrance