Skream! is the self-titled, debut album by dubstep producer Skream. It was released in 2006 on the Tempa label. Midnight Request Line" 3:56. Check It" (featuring Warrior Queen) 4:12. Tapped" (featuring JME) 3:38. Emotionally Mute" 4:35. The album was also released on vinyl across three plates, with.
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Skream is the electronic music producer and DJ Ollie Jones from Croydon, South London. One of dubstep's first and most prominent producers, he is often hailed as the 'ambassador' of the genre.
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At the album's weakest point, Skream throws in some grime beats that show just how limited that genre was, and how painful the . s taste for dance beats can be. When Skream sticks to bass heavy ambient dub, there's hope that dub can been reborn as a bedroom producer's genre. In a way, you wish Bill Laswell would have made this album 15 years ago. Skream strips down the pretension that crept into Laswell's records throughout the '90s and lets the low frequencies speak for themselves.
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Ollie ‘Skream’ Jones is on a major roll. A lot has happened since the 16 year old Skream left school with no GCSEs and a top-flight training in white labels and nightclubs. I hated school and school hated me. I was rarely there and rarely wanted to be there.