360° is the first album by the British band Dreadzone. It was released in 1993 on Creation Records and set forth the combination of dub, trance, electro and sampling for which Dreadzone was to become well-known. Although unsuccessful in the charts, the album attracted the attention of John Peel, who gave it significant airplay.
"L-O-V-E! You see these fingers, dear hearts? These fingers has veins that run straight to the soul of man. The right hand, friends, the hand of love. Now watch, and I'll show you the story of life".
The dialogue "We're going to have an orgasm that you can't even comprehend" is an extract from Diane Keaton's documentary Heaven. Piano fragments are sampled from "Moments in Love" by Art of Noise. The closing words "And what is love? ....Love is the inspiration of poets and philosophers. Love is the voice of music" are spoken by Burt Lancaster in the 1960 film Elmer Gantry.