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Essence

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The Universe (Feat. Jennifer Neal)
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The First Breath
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Humanity (Feat. Louise Rhodes)
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Multiplies (Feat.Wendy Page)
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Fever (Or A Flame) (feat. Wendy Page)
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Could You Understand (feat.D.Simpson)
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Alien Report (feat. Public Domain)
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Glow (Feat. Wendy Page)
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Beaches & Deserts (Feat. Wendy Page)
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Final Call
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I Make It (Feat. David Simpson)
4:22
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Universal Spirit (Feat. Wendy Page)
5:11
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Hurry To Go Easy (Feat. Lady Kier)
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Scale Circle
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Landed (Feat. Wendy Page)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 53:15

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Fantastic!!!

eJDL

'Essence' is fantastic - don't waste anymore time wondering what to download - get this. One of the best D 'n B albums with wonderful guest vocals. Fever (Or A Flame) will stick with you for days - along with Universal Spirit and Hurry To Go Easy. His best effort to date.

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one of the best ever

Salohcin

I got this album when it was released. It is so good I almost feel like downloading the mp3's just because it is so good. Gerald is the real thing and this is his greatest work I believe. It is electronic music at it's very best. A true masterpiece. It's great Drum and Bass, but not just that. You'll have to hear it to know what I mean. I hope someone else that's more of a writer and hears what I do in this album reviews it.

They Say All Music Guide

Manchester’s drum’n'bass man, A Guy Called Gerald (also known as Gerald Simpson), last appeared in 1995 with the Black Street Technology album. After that, he toured and worked on a new album, Essence, released in mid-August of 2000. The album features guest appearances from David Simpson (who serves up the only big doozer on the album), Lady Kier (Dee-Lite), Louise Rhodes (Lamb), and Wendy Page (UK songwriter). Though his solo tracks are fine compositions, its when Gerald mixes the dark drum’n'bass beats with sultry elements and star female vocals, does his production come alive and the album become worthwhile. – Diana Potts