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Glass Swords
Left-Field Hip-Hop,Club/Dance,Dubstep
Date of release:
October 11, 2011
FLAC vers. size:
1625 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1395 mb
WMA vers. size:
1584 mb
Other formats
4.2 ★

Glass Swords is the debut studio album by Scottish producer Russell Whyte under his alias of Rustie, released by Warp in 2011. The album was produced and recorded between 2008 and 2010 by Whyte, partially in his father's home in Glasgow, Scotland and partly in his own home in London, England. The album contains vocal work from Whyte as well as London based producer Nightwave.

This year, Warp releases Glass Swords, the debut album by Rustie, a young Glasgow producer who's come up in the protean post-dubstep scene and has yet to rough up the mainstream. Give him time, though, especially if he catches the ear of a diva. Most of the vinyl-only singles by LFO's revolutionary contemporaries are now sadly forgotten.

Glass Swords ‎(2xLP, Album + CD, Mixed + Ltd). If I had one complaint, it would be that this album reminds me that I live on boring Earth, and not the neon, saccharine world of Glass Swords. 글 답글 3개 보기 나에게 알림 6 Helpful. 2011년 10월 29일. 신고. 다음 참조: Glass Swords, 2xLP, Album, WARPLP217. One of the best albums of 2011! This one has it all. Trancestrings, 80's guitarsolo's, great beats. It's a fantastic album. Glasgow has it all in 2011! 답글 답글 1개 보기 나에게 알림 2 Helpful.

On Glass Swords, Rustie continues to integrate the currently hip and terminally unhip - garish probes of ‘80s synth rock, beaten-to-a-pulp dance-pop, ‘90s rave, and bass music, to name four of several drawing points - all for the sake of a rush. The whole thing is designed for instant pleasure (or immediate repulsion), even when the titles evoke treacherous levels of a fantasy video game.

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Stream Glass Swords, a playlist by Rustie from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 10 October 2011.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Glass Swords Rustie Rustie 2:20
2 Flash Back Rustie Rustie 3:47
3 Surph Rustie Rustie 4:33
4 Hover Traps Rustie Rustie 3:00
5 City Star Rustie Rustie 3:08
6 Globes Rustie Rustie 2:46
7 Ultra Thizz Rustie Rustie 3:59
8 Death Mountain Rustie Rustie 3:24
9 Cry Flames Rustie Rustie 3:48
10 After Light Rustie Rustie 3:42
11 Ice Tunnels Rustie Rustie 1:17
12 All Nite Rustie Rustie 3:08
13 Crystal Echo Rustie Rustie 3:22


Mike Marsh - Mastering
Nightwave - Vocals
Rustie - Composer, Engineer, Primary Artist, Producer
Jonathan Zawada - Design
  • Sorryyy
I've never bought a video game for its soundtrack, so does it make a lot of sense that I would buy a video game soundtrack that doesn't come with the video game? Which isn’t to say I don’t find this album enjoyable - in fact, most of these songs are fun and catchy, and they would have been even more fun and catchy without the ‘chipmunks-on-Molly’ vocals that were included for whatever reason. But it's all face-value: there's no sense of depth, no backbone, no variety to make it worth more than two or three listens. Essentially, it's twitched-out elevator music, good for filling empty time but nothing worth pondering over. And for those who say, 'Yeah, that's what he was going for, idiot!’ I say 'Okay, then he got the review he was going for. Idiot.'