High quality compressed file. The file includes embedded artist/title info & artwork and is suitable for home/iPod/phone use. Usual price £1.15 per track.
Uncompressed lossless file, with large file size (e.g. 70MB per track). The files contain no embedded artist/title info or artwork but playback is universally compatible on all software/hardware. The usual price for WAVs is £1.65 per track.
Compressed lossless file with very efficient file sizing e.g. 40MB per track. The files also include embedded artist/title info & artwork. Playback, metadata and artwork are moderately well supported (but not for iTunes, iPod or Windows Media Player). The usual price for a FLAC is £1.65 per track.
Compressed lossless file with efficient sizing e.g. 45MB per track. The files contain artist/title info & artwork, and while not widely supported for playback at present, they are compatible with iTunes/iPod. The usual price for a ALAC is £1.65 per track.
Uncompressed lossless file with a large file size (e.g. 70MB per track). The files include embedded artist/title info and artwork in iTunes and some others, with playback universally compatible on all software/hardware. The usual price for AIFFs is £1.65 per track.
Looking to inject a much needed dose of meaning and longevity into the world of dance music, Toolroom chief Mark Knight presents his new album titled Untold Business. It features 13 tracks that hark back to the glory days of late '90s funky house, while incorporating influences of classic soul and disco records from the 1970s and '80s - styles he rediscovered when diving through his extensive collection. As the album cover indicates, collaboration is key, and you can bet there's an all-star cast providing quality support all across this one. Highlights come in the form of the sunny and uplifting opening cut "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" featuring glorious vocals from Beverley Knight and London Community Gospel Choir, or when Knight teams up with industry veteran Michael Gray (Full Intention) on the infectiously low-slung groove of "Love Is All We're Living For" featuring Gia, while more positive vibes come from the late night boogie- down vibe of the title track featuring Chicago legend Gene Farris (with Jafunk on the mic) and label alumnus D. Ramirez lending a helping hand with the moody jack of early Chicago influenced number "Pass It Up" - featuring the one and only Robert Owens.
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