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February 3, 2003

... E-Z Now! ...

So, the new E-Z Rollers Album is finally out! After a bit of a delay the 3rd of Feb saw the Rollers' highly anticipated third album hit the streets. ‘Titles of the Unexpected’ (Cat No. ASHADOW30) is packed with anthems such as first single ‘Back To Love’ as well as ‘Music Keeps Me’, ‘One Crazy Diva’, ‘Dust’ and more; all of which have been cruising the dub-plate test-press/promo scene since last year. The album stretches across many musical genres from drum n bass, hip-hop, breaks and dancehall-style flavas.

The E-Z’s enrolled some exclusive collaborators to help perfect this sonic adventure. Old skool rapper, producer and hip hop beat-box legend Doug E Fresh appears on the unique floor-smashing tracks ‘Rhyme And Punishment’ and ‘You’ll Never Know’, with the latter also featuring disco and soul diva Sharon Brown. Dub and acoustic reggae artist Mangoseed lends a hand with the dance-hall flava on ‘Lady Jam’ whilst MC Bas and Rhallia Birch roll out the Hip-Hop vibes on ‘Tu-Ruf’.

What The Press Are Saying

‘Titles…’ is a thrilling, uplifting album with subtle depths and souring highs. The album promises to further cement the E-Z Rollers reputation as top class producers, pushing the boundaries further, and injecting a much-needed funk and energy. This is a landmark album for 2003 and once again spotlights the E-Z Rollers marking a significant development of their unique sound at the forefront of the intricate and constantly evolving Drum and Bass scene.

The Album, available as a double CD featuring a live mix or DJ friendly drum and bass only four piece vinyl pack has caused quite a stir with the press, being heralded as LP of the Month/Week in MixMag and Update magazines respectively.

Here’s what these and a selection of other journalists had to say…

“EZ Rollers fresh take on drum ‘n’ bass will rock your world. …Be warned - 2003 will be all about the Rollers.” 5/5 ‘Album of the Month’ Mixmag Feb 2003

“EZ Rollers unleash their latest long player, and it’s a punch-packing little blighter and no mistake.” 5/5 ‘Album of the week’ Update Jan 29 2003

“Titles of the Unexpected combines very tasty production with rattling climaxes that’ll make you punch the roof of your Datsun with glee.” 4/5 Muzik Feb 2003

“This is back to back class. Even if you don’t think you like drum ‘n’ bass, try this CD.” 4/5 Loaded - Feb 2003

“A Must Have.” 8/10 Front - March 2003

Also available now on 2 separate 12"s and 1 CD is “Back to Love/One Crazy Diva” - the first single release from the album. Remixes of Back to Love are also available by Roni Size and a ‘Fabric Live’ style, tech-house interpretation from Amalgamation of Soundz.

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