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Monday, May 17 2004 | 13:34

In Transit” (Beta Recordings / release date: 21.06.2004) is John B‘s first album in 3 years, and by far his best yet. Designed for die-hard D&B fans and newcomers alike, tracks span from heavy Metalheadz-style tech-step smashers (“Vampire Eyes”, “Amnesia”), to beautiful Epic Trance-inspired full vocal tracks (“Mercury Skies”, “Midnight Air”, “Broken Language”), crazy porno Electro-step (“American Girls 2004”, “Take Me Home”), and hi-energy hyperdisco/liquid funk D&B (“Faith In Me”, “Romantic”).

The album is varied, accessible, interesting, exciting & genre-busting. It’s still D&B, and works in clubs, but is far more than just a collection of disposable, short-lived dub dancefloor tracks. Lots of vocals, wide-ranging styles, pioneering approaches to production, mainstream appeal, but still underground, raw and refreshing. The influence of modern Electro, commercial Dance & Trance is noticeable throughout, but is interpreted in a way that moulds perfectly with the power and energy of D&B to define revolutionary new directions. The title and visual concept of “In Transita” reflect John B‘s DJ touring lifestyle of the last few years, the music is its soundtrack. Tracks have been selected and refined based on feedback from the clubs all over the world and are John B’s most impressive works to date.

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