Big Groovy Fucker (BGF) first made an appearance on the Urban Underground mix CD. Upon hearing it, you'd say it was aptly named - this track is one Big Groovy Fucker! It seems a little more at home though on a racetrack than it does on the dancefloor which is probably the reason why they selected it for the Wipeout Fusion game. It gives the listener that feeling of something really fast has zoomed by then hits them back in the face on the return lap. Has a minimal feel to it as the beat is most prominent in the track. This could be the Scram for 2002!
T.B. Reality is a trip back in time to the 303 squelchy days of acid house mixed with 2002 production techniques and mentality. Quite a different sound to their usual party breaks style that they're so renowned for, it was definitely time for a change though. It would be interesting to see what direction the Plumps decide to take for their upcoming album especially after hearing this track. If you liked Dylan Rhymes' 97 classic Naked & Ashamed then this would suit you.
If you can find this release in your local record store then grab a copy for yourself as you would be doing your record collection an injustice otherwise. After 1 year waiting our thirst for new Plump's tracks (not remixes) has been quenched.