**Includes digital download voucher redeemable from the label** " Sheffield represents! Toddla T hands over his sophomore side to fellow steel city staples Ross Orton and Pipes for a full body digidubbing. United by a shared love of their city's bleep and bass heritage - from electro-pop through Warp techno, Bassline and dub - studio chemists Orton and Pipes version the album in its entirety, disassembling, agitating and rebuilding it with nuff digital delay, echo and that ineffable south yorkshire swagger. In their experienced hands - they share more than 30 years on the buttons between them - tracks are flipped wide, from a killer, 1991 warehouse take on the Shola Ama & J2K-starring 'Take It Back' to an acid ragga revamp of Roisin Murphy on 'Cherry Pickling', via the duppied rassclart dash of 'Badder Man Runs' (f.k.a 'Badman Flu'), to the wicked and weighty lovers rock pressure of 'Heavy Girl' (f.k.a. 'Lovely Girl). For our 2p, it's more enjoyable than the original album; well worth a look for fans of The Bug, Mungo's HiFi or Roots Manuva.