Originally entitled “New Roots” and scheduled for release on the Talking Loud label as a follow up to G.Corps seminal “Co-Operation ” album. The album hit rocky waters, as did the deal with talking loud, one of the Artistes involved went of to pursue a solo career so with no way of promoting the project the album was committed to the vaults never to be released. With the launch of G.Corps, from the vaults series. 16 years later it was teased out for a listen. Recorded at a point when the then collective residing under the G.Corp banner was at its creative peak, the album sounded shockingly fresh. Every one who got to hear it insisted it should be set free to be heard by anyone who might be interested, hence the change of title to “The Lost album” and this current release. As an album it sounds sensual, soulful and always heavy. Never held down to one genre the album swings from Hip Hop to Drum and bass with a few stops along the way. Always underpinned by G.Corps ever-present reggae influences whether in the rhythms or the production. Some people have already called it a classic. Decide that for yourself. What ever it is it is definitely worth setting free.
released October 24, 2013
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