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Snedders fighting the good fight for breakbeat music this morning. Impressive.

John Digweed has two other brothers called Paul and Ringo

Flaresy - Uneasy Listening Vol.1

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Their Freeform 5 remix is another belter

When I play......no dog barks!!!!

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Their best tune

Part of the problem

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http://s.pixogs.com/image/R-61324-1189496893.jpeg

another old classic from around 95/96 ..still gets a regular airing..  good night  was the heavenly social.

Tracklist Hide Credits
1    Kenny Dope* Presents Mad Racket, The –     Supa (Deep In Brooklyn Mix)
Edited By – Todd Terry
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Kenny 'Dope' Gonzalez*
3:24
2    Buddha Baboons –     Hey Ya Hey (Indian Beatdown Mix)
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Armand Van Helden
1:05
3    Sam The Beast –     Gucci Dance Live (Wait A Minute Mix)
Engineer [Live Recording] – DJ Smooth
Producer – Sam 'The Beast'*
3:38
4    Special Ed –     I'm The Magnificent (Magnificent Remix)
Lyrics By – Special Ed
Producer, Mixed By – Howie Tee
Written-By – Edward K Archer*, Howard Thompson (6)
2:34
5    Rankin Don –     Real McCoy (Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah!)
Written-By – Lyvio G., W Rhoden*
2:45
6    Yard Boy Ten –     Play Wit' Fire (Dancehall Mix)
Producer, Arranged By, Mixed By – Prince Quick*
2:03
7    Slo Moshun –     Bells Of N.Y. (Hip Hop USA)
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Anthony 'Monty' Montana*, Ed 'Chunk' Rodriguez*
2:22
8.1    Bitch –     That Other Hip Hop Track
Written-By – Bitch
4:16
8.2    Ini Kamoze –     Here Comes The Hotstepper (Acapella)
Written-By – Konley*, Kenner*, Domino*, Kamoze*, Nix*, Gibbs*
9    DJ Double S –     A Buena Ting
Producer, Mixed By – Stephen 'DJ Double S' Seidita*
3:18
10    K-9 Posse –     Ain't Nothing To It
Mixed By – Glen Marchase*
Written-By, Producer – Bobby 'Bob Cat' Ervin*
3:47
11    David Morales And The Bad Yard Club* Featuring Papa San –     The Program (Ragga Mix)
Featuring – Papa San
Producer – David Morales, Handel Tucker, Sly Dunbar
Written-By – D. Morales*, H. Tucker*, L. Dunbar*, T. Thompson*
3:42
12    Audioweb –     Yeah? (The Gucci Mix)
Producer – Jonathan Quarmby And Kevin Bacon*
Producer [Original Production] – Audioweb
Remix – Monkey Mafia
Written-By – Merchant*, File*, McCann*
4:33
13.1    Transplant* –     (Afrocentric) Come Together
Written-By – Motion (10), Rocky & Diesel
5:12
13.2    Topcat* –     Request The Style (Acapella)
Written-By – A Codrington*, Fashion (2)
14    Ballistic Brothers –     Peckings
Written-By – Beedle*, Woolford*
2:41
15    Bass Bin Twins* –     Opus II
Producer, Mixed By – Bass Bin Twins*
3:23
16    Mekon Featuring Mad Frankie Fraser –     Revenge Of The Mekon (Artery Boltcutter Mix)
Featuring – Mad Frankie Fraser
Producer – Sugar J
Remix – Artery
Remix [Credited To], Producer [Additional Production] – Jon Carter
Written-By – Gosling*, Fraser*, Rutherford*, Ashman*
3:22
17    DJ Voodoo (2) –     Everybody Thinks I'm High (Original Mix)
Producer, Remix – DJ Voodoo & The Liquid Method
2:10
18    Ragga Twins* Featuring Junior Reid –     Shine Eye
Featuring – Junior Reid
Producer – PJ (3), Smiley
Written-By – Flinty*, PJ (3), Smiley
2:18
19.1    Melting Pot –     Assault 1
Written-By – Maloney*, Allot*
3:02
19.2    Freddie McGregor –     Carry Go Bring Home (Gussie's Ska Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – Augustus 'Gussie' Clarke*, Isaiah Laing
Remix – Augustus "Gussie" Clarke
Written-By – J Hinds*
20    Shut Up And Dance* –     Say Party
Written-By – PJ (3), Smiley
3:13
21    Shabba Ranks –     Mr. Loverman (New World Mix)
Remix – David Morales
Written-By – H Lindo*, M Bennett*, R Gordon*
4:21



'concrete' imho was the best breakbeat label,....lionrock and the one and only rennie pilgrem used to dj regular at the heavenly.   95/96/97.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOk6vO9yd2k
bass heavy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjVK5C7FwLI

a track soaked to its break beat  skin in amyl.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4L3_0Bc9G0

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Re: Re-discovering old Mix Comps

Nick Sneddon wrote:
zackster wrote:
Dermo wrote:

One of the worst dj's I've ever seen is Freeland. Simply fucking dreadful.

his whole style is awful. funky breaks, or what ever. freed land, stanton warriors, the crystal method... music for people that like fat boy slim and the chems.

or put it another way, people that actually like a night out thats not too serious. The friday nights at Fabric used to be some of the most enjoyable nights out in London

Agreed. Had many an enjoyable night there with the Plumps headlining, Evil 9 and Freeland closing ~2004. Far less topless sweaty Italians and pretentious cunts than your average Saturday night. Just fun party music on a brilliant system. Never heard the floor in room 1 there rumble as much as I did one night with Evil 9 actually, sounded fucking awesome.

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Yeah, to be fair breaks nights at Fabric were always great fun back then, I have seen Freeland DJ once (during his Coastal Breaks days, WAY before he put out his dodgy GU effort) and he was really good IIRC.

But I can't remember where the fuck it was - I'm thinking upper room of that absolute toilet in Manchester that Tyrant used to do nights at (Phoenix?)

草泥马

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Upstairs room at Tangled was grim, not sure Tyrant used to do nights there though Dav?

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Grant wrote:

I think Holden's Balance is starting to date something terrible - listened to it a couple of weeks ago and won't be listening again for a long while.  I loved that comp.

Completely agree with this. Bought this a couple of years ago on the back of everyone saying how good it was and was completley underwhelmed. Listened to it twice and the second time was as much of a struggle as the first. Never heard it at the time, but I guess it made a lot more sense back then than it does now.

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Nick Sneddon wrote:

Hazy Way

Yeh used to rate that, have it on vinyl in the loft somewhere

"I am the fucking club" - Flares 19.03.14

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Big Fella wrote:

Upstairs room at Tangled was grim, not sure Tyrant used to do nights there though Dav?

No, perhaps they didn't, we're talking about a fucking decade and a half ago now anyway really and I was hammering the bangers back then.

I am sure I saw Lee Burridge play there though (if not necessarily a 'Tyrant' night) and Sander Kleinenberg used to be on regularly.

草泥马

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Nick Sneddon wrote:
zackster wrote:

or like evil 9, remember those guys? more of the same crap.

Off the top of my head, Cakehole and their remix of Hazy Way are both absolutely brilliant so that makes that statement redundant already


With you, Nick, but after a while all their stuff just sounded the same.

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Saw Infusion, Evil Nine and Mark Knight in Sydney in 2004.

Mark Knight asked me if I could get him any Mick Mills that night.

Utter clown that man.

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And being ten you were probably the man to ask.

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lol

草泥马

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The Mick Mills in Sydney circa 2004 were absolutely brilliant.

Saw Sasha at Sounds on Sunday at The Greenwood Hotel and both index fingers were pointing north.

I'll put that down to the dynamite Mick Mills and him dropping Ruhe's Schiller.

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Over detailing almost certainly points towards complete horsehshit.

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Phil Opian wrote:

Over detailing almost certainly points towards complete horsehshit.

http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=2477

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So you've got the internet! Golly you privileged types have everything.

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Cracking day / night that.

Did used to like Sounds on Sunday I must say.

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And a quick plate of Canapés with Bob Hawke no doubt.

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Schiller came out in 1999. Mid-decade was borderline electro-clash nonsense. I dispute the validity of that track selection.

John Digweed has two other brothers called Paul and Ringo

Flaresy - Uneasy Listening Vol.1

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Fauntelroy doesn't bother with small details like the truth.

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Sasha arrived a good hour before he was due to play

I smell bullshit.

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flares_and_an_anorak wrote:

Schiller came out in 1999. Mid-decade was borderline electro-clash nonsense.

well spotted

"I am the fucking club" - Flares 19.03.14

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flares_and_an_anorak wrote:

Schiller came out in 1999. Mid-decade was borderline electro-clash nonsense. I dispute the validity of that track selection.

Went down an absolute treat Flaresy.

The fists were pumping like you can't believe.