Full On Vol.1 - Todd Edwards Reviews
Newest Review: ... of Todd's work from 2/3 years prior to it's release with a few new tracks thrown in. If you are a fan of UK Garage or House ... more
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by - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Although not very wll known commercially, Todd Edwards is a prolific record producer and is very well known in dance music circles. With over fifteen years experience in the business and well over two hundred songs to his name, he deserves alot more credit that he currently has. A resident of New Jersey, his signiture style of one of chunky 4/4 beats and cut up samples which are used to create the melody of the song. Full On Volume 1 is the second album from 'Todd The God' and was released in June 2001 on i! recordings. This is a sort of compilation of Todd's work from 2/3 years prior to it's release with a few new tracks thrown in. If you are a ... Read the complete review
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