The band set out on a three-month World Crusade I UK/European tour, with their dedicated followers 'Eskimos' in tow. They also appeared on British television a number of times and recorded a session for BBC radio . In 1999, after releasing an album of solo versions of Mission classics in his home studio, Hussey resurrected the band with Adams, drummer Scott Garrett (Adams' bandmate in The Cult) and Mark Thwaite, for what was intended to be a one-off tour with Gene Loves Jezebel across the United States and an also-resurrected All About Eve across the United Kingdom. In early 2003, The Mission gained a new bass player in the form of Rich Vernon and within a matter of months, Garrett also left, to be replaced by Steve Spring. This new line-up carried on through to mid-2004.
Children is the second regular studio album by the British rock-band The Mission. It was released in February 1988 by Mercury Records. Two singles were released from the album, "Tower of Strength" and "Beyond the Pale". A third single, "Kingdom Come", was scheduled but appeared as a promo-only. Singer Julianne Regan (from the band All About Eve) sang vocals on two tracks - "Beyond the Pale" and "Black Mountain Mist". The album was re-issued in 2007 with four bonus tracks.
Album · 1993 · 13 Songs. Lost In Bass Bass Invaders. Listen on Apple Music.
Rising, genre-spanning pop star Katy B's debut builds on the promise of her early singles, adding vocal finesse and feminine appeal to UK bass music. Turns out that'd be selling her a bit short. After pairing up with Rinse FM's tastemaker station head Geeneus and co-producer Zinc, Katy B has used On a Mission as a chance to posit herself as a genre-spanning pop singer who isn't tied down to a single thing, no matter how well it suits her. It's a move that makes a lot of sense, since versatility is the key to a good dance album- let the voice establish itself, and the niche will either find itself or get broadened in the process.
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Katy B sprang to fame as a guest singer, but now she's a force in her own right, reckons Alexis Petridis. Katy on a Mission is a song about seeking anonymity in front of the big speakers: "I sink into the tune," she sings, perfectly capturing what you might call the oment, the communal disembodiment of the dancefloor. Her restraint seems to rub off on the producers she has worked with, including Benga, Geeneu and DJ Zinc. They use the stylistic traits of dubstep and funky house subtly: a lurch from four-to-the-floor house pounding to hiccupping, half-speed breakbeats here, a burst of weird, spacey echo there. It's all in service of the song, rather than to force.
Bursting onto the scene in mid-2010 with her Benga-produced debut Top Five single "Katy on a Mission," a hypnotic blend of buzzing synths, chunky beats, and soulful, cooing hooks, the Goldsmiths College graduate could have joined the plethora of one-hit wonders the dance scene produces every year. But instead, she's created an album which could do for dubstep what Craig David did for garage, Dizzee Rascal did for grime, and what Ms. Dynamite did for British hip-hop
On A Mission, as much as it’s a sterling debut album, is also a bit of a gnawing dilemma. That is to say, it confirms Katy B as an artist who’s especially tricky to frame: over 55 minutes, her voice rides atop maybe four or five identifiable subgenres, without being betrothed to any of them. Assuming you have a passing affinity with the London-raised Kathleen Brien, and the brains you were born with, you’ll realise she’s not actually 'the queen of dubstep' (a title which, distressingly, seems to have legs), but neither does On A Mission specifically carry a banner for its stepchild,. Benga is also the main brain behind ‘Katy On A Mission’, the song that introduced her to the wider public – and whose lyrical evocation of the whack of sub-bass is soundtracked by post-‘Wearing My Rolex’ electro-dubstep with appropriately wide bottom end.
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A side: label and runout = BEATMR 1-12
B side: only one track on label "Out On A Mission (Mission Accomplished)" and Category is BEATMR 1-12 - but in fact there is two tracks and runout is BEATM 1-12-B which is B side from http://www.localhost/release/182178
Category is: BEAT MR 112
A Out On A Mission (Dr Zachary Smith Mix)
B Out On A Mission (Mission Accomplished Mix)
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|BEATMR 112||Lost In Bass||Out On A Mission (12", W/Lbl)||Beatmaster Records||BEATMR 112||UK||1988|
|BEATM 1||Lost In Bass||Out On A Mission (7", Single)||Beatmaster Records||BEATM 1||UK||1988|
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Performer: Lost In Bass
Title: Out On A Mission
Date of release: 1988
Size MP3: 1404 mb
Size FLAC: 1251 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
Other Formats: AIFF MIDI AC3 MMF WMA AUD VOC