Nothing quite matches up to the sheer beauty and complexity of Hybrid's I Choose Noise. Healings and Truman have long been known as one of the most technically adept production outfits in the industry and it's personified on the new record. A heavy breakbeat backbone is supported by sublime sounds of the 36-piece Seattle Orchestra and a score co-written by white hot Hollywood composer Harry Gregson-Williams. Rock legend Perry Farrell stopped by and lent his voice to the epic "Dogstar," and even brought his Porno For Pyros mate Peter Distephano along to drop some guitar licks throughout the album. Elsewhere, vocal contributions come from sirens Judie Tzuke and Kirsty Hawkshaw; and John Graham, best known for his productions under the Quiver moniker. Just to make sure this record sounded as good as it needed to be; Hybrid mastered the album with famed engineer John Dent (PJ Harvey, Kasabian, Kylie Minogue) at his custom built studio.