The rather aimless and derivative '90s drum'n'bass homage "Hocus Pocus" aside, No More Idols is a consistently impressive and intriguing listen that has the potential to be the drum'n'bass genre's defining studio album.
Slightly laconic, slightly ironic, ["No Problem"] makes for a brilliant contrast with the production duo's galloping stutter-riff groove, heralding a run of crunching fuzz-guitar riffs that brings to mind the UK big-beat heyday of The Prodigy.
Less easy to grasp is why, if Chase And Status can come up with music that's subtle, clever, original and commercial, they'd chose to spend half their time coming up with music that's only one of those things.
This album was full of great Drum and Base Tunes. I think the Critics need to up their score! This is a great album! End Credits featuring one of my favourite artists Plan B was definitely a highlight of the album for me.…Full Review »