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Schizophrenix by thebandwithnoname

Cross Rhythms Rating: 10/10
CD: Album
Tags: Dance/Electronic, bandwithnoname, the bandwithnoname, the band with no name, tbwnn, CD, Chart, Album, Recommended, Top Rated, Airplay, Popular
A stunning second album from the rock-into-dance evangelists.

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  1. 1. Drive
  2. 2. Found And Lost
  3. 3. Tell Me SomeThing I Don't Know Already
  4. 4. Before The Throne
  5. 5. Schizophrenic Skin
  6. 6. Prophecy
  7. 7. The Best Thing
  8. 8. Reveal
  9. 9. EveryBody's Free (To Feel Good)
  10. 10. BeatBox
  11. 11. Heavy
  12. 12. Home
  13. 13. Tell Me SomeThin (Kubiks And Bcee Remix)
  14. 14. Amazing Grace (Intrepid Remix)
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Reviewed by Tony Cummings

It's always somewhat daunting approaching the second album by any act when you've shouted the praises of the first. Would thebandwithnoname be able to create again the magic which made 'The Blitz' such a head spinning fusion of breakbeat and rock, hip-hop and dance? So it's heartening to announce that not only do the band make a follow up which in every way pleases the band's growing group of supporters, they extend further their ability to tell the old, old story with freshness and vitality. There are so many good things here. Catch "Drive" with the rasping rap chorus of "Drive with it/Drive with it" and a breathtaking scratch break; swoon over "Skizophrenic Skin" with its 'Heatseeker'-style Prodigy-like groove and Presha rapping like a demented dirvisher; the radio-friendly "Home" with its anthemic chorus sung with passion by Chip K; the crunching nu metal groove of "Found And Lost" which metamorphoses between Max's heavy metal guitar and Bobby singing sweet and soulful over a gentle piano. My favourite in an album full of favourite is their stunning recreation of the old hymn "Before The Throne Of God" where a truly amazing drum sound in 6/8 time allows the effects-filled vocals of Bobby to sing the beautiful anthem of God's throne room. There are still more delights: some remixes, a telling cover of Rozalla's dancefloor oldie "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)" and even a hidden track featuring a full on preach from Chip. The safe musical enclave of CCM has been well and truly shattered.

Style: Dance/Electronic
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 8304
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Movation 1908342
Items: 1
Release Date: 07 Nov 2003

A stunning second album from the rock-into-dance evangelists.

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A compilation of the Manchester band's best with four new recordings.

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Reissue of the critically acclaimed 2007 album from the Manchester band.

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Posted by nicky ritchie at 09:36 on Jun 29 2005

the band with on name are exelant. i will sertanly buy ther album. the are the best.
nicky ritchie

Posted by rebecca sullivan in Manchester/stockport at 17:59 on Aug 31 2005

thebandwithnoname would be a big hit on MTV, I hope they will be playin again in Stockport soon and I hope they will be at Synergy again next year they were so good!

Posted by hannah yates in Leicester at 22:59 on Nov 5 2005

band with no name are so amazingly talented! i hope they cnt wait until their next concert at TRANSFUSION in march 06!
they rock!

Posted by simon mason in Swindon at 22:59 on Dec 2 2005

thebandwithnoname, are an excellent band, well worth goin 2 c them live, a gr8 band, they sound fantastic, loads of energy, they get a 10/10 4 quality!

Posted by lizzie! in kent at 22:54 on Jan 20 2006

tbwnn totally rocked when i saw them in dartford! i love there song "the best thing" keep it up guys and may god continue to bless you in everything you do! xxx

Posted by chloe in brighton at 19:08 on Dec 13 2006


Posted by hannah in United Kingdom at 22:17 on Oct 12 2009

these guys have done so much for me and they dont know it. they came to st christophers school twice now and i loved them ever scince.
if anyone knows chip k could someone tell him hi from st christophers and call him chick pea from hannah and her friend lydia!
god bless all you guys.

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