From the onset Modestep make their intentions known with a sample of an expletive Bricktop cussing over the top of roaring dubstep bassline and classical, orchestral movements in "Damien". Teddy Killerz adds some stadium rock to the album on "Make You Mine", while "Machines" is a roaring slice grungy electro. By their standards, things are more minimal in "On Our Own" - a track which brings to mind older Pendulum - and "Feel Alive" is the best amalgamation on disparate music styles we've heard. Tackle the rest at your own peril.
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