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  • Performer: Ed Rush & Optical
  • Title: The Creeps (Invisible And Deadly!)
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: ASF VOC RA MMF AAC WAV AC3
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Drum n Bass
  • MP3 album: 1706 mb
  • FLAC album: 1896 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 402
Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps (Invisible And Deadly!) download album

Ed Rush & Optical - Pacman; No Pacman here, it's Space Invaders b-line. is that why it's Ram Trilogy remix in most other places 'cause they mugged out?) Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful. Pacman is Probably the most caned track out of the whole album. definitly prefer the original to the ram triology remix but it is also good. nice atmoshperic with really high energy synths. There is a reason why ed rush and optical are on the top of the game. New York City & WFMU: Part III by Diognes The Fox. virus, ed rush & optical, the creeps lp by teeceliu. Haze, Theeboon, beefusmcd, Dandruff, steady pace, IGLima, highpower, Triga, Diognes The Fox, cbkbstudio, yarou151.

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Ed Rush And Optical-The Creeps Invisible And Deadly-(VRSCD003)-2CD-FLAC-2001-dL. rar Ed Rush And Optical-The Creeps Invisible And Deadly-(VRSCD003)-2CD-FLAC-2001-dL. com/release/5370 time 133:18 min space 956,47mb orbits 24 encoder FLAC . 1 quality 1005kbps/44,1kHz/Stereo The Creeps CD1 01 Ed Rush & Optical - Resurrection 05:25 02 Optical & Ryme Tyme - The Creeps 05:49 03 Ed Rush & Optical - White Lightning 06:01 04 Ed Rush & Optical - Check-Out.

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Wormhole is the debut album by the English drum and bass act Ed Rush & Optical. Recorded between 1997 and 1998, the album was issued on November 16, 1998 through their self-run Virus Recordings label on vinyl and CD formats.

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The Creeps: Invisible an. .has been added to your Basket. The second album from drum and bass veterans and coauthors Ed Rush & Optical sees them remaining aligned to the Terminator school of jungle, although, vocals from MCs Ryme Tyme and Basim Resurrection mark the first of many additions to their formerly purist sound. They even embrace sweet harmony with a classic reggae vocal on "Reach Out" and the otherworldly vocoderisms of "Greed"

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1-01 Ed Rush & Optical Resurrection
Lyrics By – Ed Rush & Optical, Rymetyme*Vocals – Rymetyme*
5:25
1-02 Ed Rush & Optical The Creeps 5:49
1-03 Optical & Ryme Tyme White Lightning
Written-By, Producer – Optical, Ryme Tyme
6:01
1-04 Ed Rush & Optical Check-Out Time 6:41
1-05 Ed Rush & Optical Pacman 5:37
1-06 Ed Rush & Optical Reach Out 5:57
1-07 Ed Rush & Optical Syringe 6:45
1-08 Ed Rush & Optical Rock Tha House 6:17
1-09 Ed Rush & Optical Greed 6:34
1-10 Ed Rush & Optical Flightpath
Producer [Additional Production] – Matrix
6:51
1-11 Ed Rush & Optical Fastlane
Lyrics By – Basim, Ed Rush & Optical, Rymetyme*Producer [Additional Production] – MatrixVocals – Basim, Rymetyme*
6:07
2-01 Ed Rush & Optical The Creeps 4:23
2-02 Ed Rush & Optical Flightpath
Producer [Additional Production] – Matrix
4:59
2-03 Ed Rush & Optical Resurrection
Lyrics By – Ed Rush & Optical, Rymetyme*Vocals – Rymetyme*
4:26
2-04 Ed Rush & Optical Reach Out 3:53
2-05 Ed Rush & Optical Syringe 5:10
2-06 Ed Rush & Optical Check-Out Time 4:49
2-07 Optical & Ryme Tyme White Lightning
Written-By, Producer – Optical, Ryme Tyme
4:43
2-08 Ed Rush & Optical Pacman 4:50
2-09 Ed Rush & Optical Greed 5:11
2-10 Ed Rush & Optical Bleep Bleep 3:53
2-11 Ed Rush & Optical Kerb Crawler 7:13
2-12 Ed Rush & Optical Fastlane
Lyrics By – Basim, Ed Rush & Optical, Rymetyme*Producer [Additional Production] – MatrixVocals – Basim, Rymetyme*
6:06
2-13 Ed Rush & Optical Rock Tha House 5:32

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virus Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Virus Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Copyright Control
  • Pressed By – AGR Manufacturing – 5035
  • Pressed By – AGR Manufacturing – 5034
  • Recorded At – Virus Studios
  • Mastered At – The Exchange

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design [3D Realisation], Artwork [Images] – Optical
  • Creative Director [Directed By] – Jack O'Hara
  • Design – Plainclothesmen
  • DJ Mix – Ed Rush & Optical (tracks: 2-01 to 2-13)
  • Executive-Producer – Bob Seattle, Mike Queen
  • Layout – Sam Bennett
  • Mastered By [Cut By] – Simon*
  • Presenter – Ed Rush & Optical
  • Producer – Phil N. Heimann
  • Written-By, Producer – Ed Rush & Optical, Optical And Ed Rush*

Notes

Made in London, England, 2000.
Filmed in Viral Vision.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 036742 001123
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5036742001123
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 5035-01AGR VRSCD003 E
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 5034-01AGR VRS003CD2 E
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L041
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L042

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VRS003LP Ed Rush & Optical The Creeps (Invisible And Deadly!) ‎(5x12", Album) Virus Recordings VRS003LP UK 2000



Reviews about Ed Rush & Optical - The Creeps (Invisible And Deadly!) (4):
Maucage
The second album from the mighty Ed Rush & Optical, "The Creeps" showcases some of their best work. Although it isn't as seminal as "Wormhole", the tracks "Resurrection" and "Fastlane" are weapons of mass dancefloor destruction. Although many people's favorite track on this album is "Pacman", I personally like the Ram Trilogy remix better as the original doesn't reference the classic game. Still a very good album from the neuro masters.
Inth
From track 1- Resurrection it hits straight in your face. Every single track is hard, fast and show no mercy. Fast racer sharp drum programming and sinister basslines, this had me going for weeks in thrills.One of my favorite Ed Rush & Optical works actually that is so great to listen trough headphones on full blast but not the sophistication to you might seek but when you need the nosebleed stuff, it serves its purpose. ..Classic stuff.
Ceroelyu
The Creeps is a solid release, though it's not nearly as dark and brooding as Ed Rush + Optical's previous albums. The songs are a lot more upbeat, and the drum tracks are lot more common and complex than those found on Wormhole. I recommend this for any fan of the big sound d&b along the lines of Vinyl Syndicate material.
Alien
Big, nasty, virulent drum 'n' bass, with and more than tolerable MCing. Although the basslines are very synthetic and pulsating, it has live sounding drums, but the two elements compliment each other nicely. For such a big, ominous sound, I think this sounds better on headphones, strangely enough. Don't know why. "Pac Man" is one of those pieces of bleepy mentalism that nearly everyone into drum 'n' bass loves. Ram Trilogy remixed it to great effect, but the original still holds its own. "Resurrection" contains some very strange noises, with Rymetyme laying down the vocal talent. "The mind-creepers, the soul-seekers" he says - this will certainly be creeping around your mind for a while after you hear it. "Syringe" is a largely sinister affair, backwards synth sweeps stalk the eerie soundscape, then the drums come in, making for something rather large. But then it gets even heavier, that evil bassline lurks behind some brilliant sci-fi FX. Punishing. "The Creeps" is a good title track if ever I heard one. They really went mad with the EQ, full of energy this one. "Fastlane" is a heavy, acidic banger. Emcee action is topnotch. Much shaking of booty will occur. "Reach Out" is a slab of industrial strength funk, a solid groover with that trademark Ed Ruch and Optical nasty streak. "Flightpath" is another one of those tracks with incredibly weird and wonderful noises, trying to describe them would be like trying to describe sound to someone who has been deaf all their life. A solid album this. It goes for the jugular, but still retains the funk. You'll also notice some nice little old skool samples in there, such as the 'yeah's on "White Lighning", the 'Rock The House' sample on - strangely enough - "Rock Tha House" (first used on Moby's similarly-spelt "Rock The House", I think), and a bit of 'we are IE', taken from Lennie De Ice's hardcore monster "We Are IE". The cover art is fantastic also, so at least if you can't stand the music, you've got something nice to look at.

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