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After signing to RAM in 2007, the duo of Saul Milton & Will Kennard aka Chase & Status got working on their debut album for the label which ended up being the genre and crossover classic More Than Alot. Originally released in 2008, the album showcased not only their ability to craft amazing drum & bass, but also dubstep and even hip hop. With such anthems as Hurt You, Take Me Away, Pieces (feat. Plan B) and the club banger Smash TV. Over a decade later More Than Alot is still a firm favourite amongst fans and is pressed in full for the first time on pink and black marble vinyl.
After signing to RAM in 2007, the duo of Saul Milton & Will Kennard aka Chase & Status got working on their debut album for the label which ended up being the genre and crossover classic More Than Alot. Originally released in 2008, the album showcased not only their ability to craft amazing drum & bass, but also dubstep and even hip hop. With such anthems as Hurt You, Take Me Away, Pieces (feat. Plan B) and the club banger Smash TV. Over a decade later More Than Alot is still a firm favourite amongst fans and is pressed in full for the first time on pink and black marble vinyl.
4050538827859

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/04/2022
UPC: 4050538827859

More Than Alot (Uk)
Artist: Chase & Status
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $57.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Can't Get Enough
2. Music Club
3. Against All Odds (Feat. Kano)
4. Streetlife (Feat. Takura Tendayi)
5. Smash TV
6. Pieces (Feat. Plan B)
7. Eastern Jam
8. Foundation Skit
9. Take Me Away
10. Hurt You
11. Running
12. Take You There (Feat. Digga)
13. Is It Worth It
14. Saxon

More Info:

After signing to RAM in 2007, the duo of Saul Milton & Will Kennard aka Chase & Status got working on their debut album for the label which ended up being the genre and crossover classic More Than Alot. Originally released in 2008, the album showcased not only their ability to craft amazing drum & bass, but also dubstep and even hip hop. With such anthems as Hurt You, Take Me Away, Pieces (feat. Plan B) and the club banger Smash TV. Over a decade later More Than Alot is still a firm favourite amongst fans and is pressed in full for the first time on pink and black marble vinyl.
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