Trumystic Sound System

Trumystic Sound System

Product Three

Mutant Sound System

Every day I grow more and more amazed at the underground scene growing and changing in New York. The Trumystic Sound System is no exception. Contained within the thirteen tracks on Product Three are elements of hip-hop, dub, world beat, jungle, roots, and some mad drum and bass. I have listened to this album everyday for almost a month, and it gets better every time. The diversity of the different styles is unified by using different vocalists as well as keeping the foreground style in full-blown power. I can say no more. This album will go down as one of the most powerful and influential albums of the year. Mutant Sound System, 67 Irving Place, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10033; http://www.mutantbeat.com

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