Rustie - Glass Swords
Critic Score
Based on 16 reviews
2011 Ratings: #20 / 968
User Score
Based on 106 ratings
2011 Ratings: #171
Liked by 3 people
October 11, 2011 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warp / Label
Electronic, Wonky / Genres
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Z.Younk
70
Much too transcendent of the genre to be called "dubstep" as is stated on the above "Details". Rustie helped usher on the days of IDM and indetronica with diverse beat progression, varied sampling and all-around groundbreaking ideas. The build up of the track progression of the album made such an impact that it attracted the attention of Danny Brown and other rappers and made this a breakthrough hit.
exception
69
BEST EDM OF THE 2010'S
fav tracks: surph, city star, cry flames
least fav track: all nite
lukassantiago3
81
"Glass Sword" it feels like a compilation of iconic and almost timeless EDM songs.
Ennety
70
Amazing EDM album in what sounds like the birth of future bass.
amygoodall
60
good
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Track List

  1. Glass Swords 
  2. Flash Back 
  3. Surph 
  4. Hover Traps 
  5. City Star 
  6. Globes 
  7. Ultra Thizz 
  8. Death Mountain 
  9. Cry Flames 
  10. After Light 
  11. Ice Tunnels 
  12. All Nite 
  13. Crystal Echo
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Added on: December 2, 2011