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|1.||"Kingdom" (feat Raphaella) (3:53)|
|2.||Gorgon City & Duke Dumont - "Real Life" (feat Naations) (3:26)|
|3.||"Blame" (feat Josh Barry) (4:05)|
|1.||"Go Deep" (feat Kamille & Ghosted) (3:27)|
|2.||"Let It Go" (feat Naations) (3:44)|
|3.||"One Last Song" (feat JP Cooper) (3:09)|
|4.||"Never Enough" (feat Chenai) (4:00)|
|1.||"Hear That" (feat D Double E) (3:42)|
|2.||"All Four Walls" (feat Vaults) (3:12)|
|1.||"Love Me" (feat Lulu James) (3:49)|
|2.||"Overdose" (feat Josh Barry) (4:43)|
|3.||"Night Drive" (feat Kelly Kiara) (4:33)|
North London duo Gorgon City have pushed the boat out on this follow-up to hit 2014 debut album, Sirens, delivering a set of radio-friendly vocal dance cuts that brilliantly blend their usual retro-futurist house and garage rhythms with thrilling pop hooks and musical flourishes variously inspired by '90s piano house, R&B, dancehall, grime and UK garage. The expansive cast list of collaborators and guest vocalists is naturally impressive, with pal Duke Dumont, grime pioneer D Double E, R&B chanteuse Kamile, Josh Barry, JP Cooper and Vaults amongst the strongest contributors. As crossover dance albums go, Escape is pretty nifty.
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