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Pressure Point (album)

For other uses, see Pressure point (disambiguation).
Pressure Point
Freestylers
Released 2001[1]
Recorded 72:02 (2001 UK release)
76:49 (2002 US release)
Genre Breakbeat
Label Freskanova (UK)
Mammoth (US)
Producer Freestylers
Freestylers chronology

We Rock Hard
(1998)
Pressure Point
(2001)
Raw as F**k
(2004)

Pressure Point is the second major-label album by the band Freestylers, released commercially in 2001.

The album contains singles such as "Get Down Massive", "Told You So" and "Weekend Song".

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Intro"  Matt Cantor, Aston Harvey 1:02
2. "Now Is the Time"  Cantor, Harvey 4:38
3. "London Sound" (featuring Tenor Fly)Cantor, Harvey, Jonathan Sutter 5:39
4. "Told You So" (featuring Petra)Cantor, Harvey, Petra Jean Phillipson 4:41
5. "Bad Boy Love" (featuring Navigator)Cantor, Harvey, Raymond Crawford 6:09
6. "Bass Odyssey"  Cantor, Harvey 5:25
7. "Calling" (featuring Valerie M)Cantor, Harvey, Valerie Malcolm 5:30
8. "Phenomenon One" (featuring Tenor Fly)Cantor, Harvey, Sutter 5:48
9. "Broadcast Channels" (featuring Cardinal)Cantor, Harvey, Justin Warfield 6:26
10. "Blowin Ya Brainz"  Cantor, Harvey 5:15
11. "Weekend Song" (featuring Tenor Fly)Cantor, Harvey, Sutter 4:23
12. "Get Down Massive" (featuring Navigator)Cantor, Harvey, Crawford 5:25
13. "Rumours of War" (featuring Navigator)Cantor, Harvey, Crawford 5:59
14. "Signs" (featuring Spanner Banner & Tenor Fly)Cantor, Harvey, Joseph Bonner, Sutter 5:42
Total length:
1:12:02
  • In the 2002 US release, some tracks have altered durations (especially 3 & 10) and tracks 2-4 & 11-12 have changed their order of appearance.

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