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Camo & Krooked - Watch It Burn (Ft. Ayah Marar)

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Uploaded on Sep 6, 2011

Available to pre-order now from the Hospital Shop: http://shop.hospitalrecords.com/produ...

Taken from their new album 'Cross The Line' - Release Date: 03/10/11

http://www.camoandkrooked.com
http://www.facebook.com/camokrooked
http://www.hospitalrecords.com

Those Austrians just keep on bringing the fire to the Hospital camp!
Having made the call with TC, looked into the future with Jenna G and
Futurebound and generally caused a ruckus with their rambunctious new
material on a fictional 80s game show, the terrible two are back with
their debut album on Hospital Records.

The album features collaborations with some of the UKs finest
vocalists and producers, including: Bristol based tour de force TC,
trance vocalist Shaz Sparks, everyones favourite D+B diva Jenna G,
Viper Recs boss Futurebound, soulful singer Ayah Marar and upcoming
Mancunian talent Skittles.

Cross The Line is everything you d expect and more from the Viennese
pair; a fourteen-track rollercoaster ride of emotions, veering between
polished vocal-led beauties to filthy tear-out monsters, which firmly
establishes Camo & Krooked outside the D+B sphere, as they delve into
dubstep, drumstep, electro-house and everything in between.

Highlights from across the high octane adventure, include opener Get
Dirty with its bouncing, lively melody and feel-good vox, previous
single and dubstep smash All Fall Down / Breezeblock, and the euphoric
feel-good fuzziness of title track Cross The Line. Elsewhere The
Lesson adds a grittier, urban edge, Funk You brings in some punchy
electro-house to the mix, whilst Afterlife brings the album to a
sensual close, with rippling synths and hypnotic glow.

All in all, its an outstanding offering from Camo & Krooked which
proves they are soaring well ahead of the game. This is the sound of
the future!

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