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Old 2012-09-05, 20:37
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Probably the best electronic track ever made

Stick this on

Crank it up

Sit back

Be blown away

Simple

(if you cant be bothered ff to 2.30 and wait for the 3 minute mark to smack u in the face)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sd0zY_DYxjE
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Old 2012-09-05, 20:44
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Its EVEN BETTER from 5.45

I remember being 18 and pilled off my fucking face in the original warehouse parties crying to this track..... awesome, truly awesome.
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Old 2012-09-05, 21:04
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Drunk posting?
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Old 2012-09-05, 21:10
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not at all.... just lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time and understand the genesis of dance music first hand.

DJing at the weekend and going through old tunes... thought id share some of the important ones (the ones from when the UK adopted the detroit sound, made it their own and created the 'dance scene' as the world knows it).
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Old 2012-09-05, 21:15
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Yeah yeah yeah. I was just thinking that between your language and apparent age alcohol was involved.
Actually Germany brought DT out of obscurity and gave it to the world. Granted the UK followed suit quickly after. Given that German electronic musicians were the primary influence on the DT artists the synergy was natural. The UK as they often do, reinterpreted it and refined it very stylishly, as they did with Dub, Reggae and Sound System culture (to say nothing of Blues, R&B and Rock n Roll).
Drum & Bass was the UK's real gift to the world.

Imo anyway.

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Old 2012-09-05, 21:21
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Bzzzzzz

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germany brought dt out of obscurity and gave it to the world.
At first, recalling the very worst soul-drained eurotechno still not erased by 1.5 million euro of electro-convulsive therapy, I thought to myself, "That's like the undead vampires in Daybreakers expecting gratitude from their victims for giving them eternal life!" But then I realised I was being unreasonable and there might be some truth in this comment. Thank you!

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Old 2012-09-07, 15:01
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Bah! Here's one of the best house tracks ever made:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iDz6...feature=relmfu
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Old 2012-09-07, 15:18
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Bah! Here's one of the best house tracks ever made:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iDz6...feature=relmfu
Brilliant, absolutely great tune. Agreed 110%.

There is something special though about that Source track imo.... cant explain it, but I think its a standout track from the period.

Its weird how the more technology we get to use, the worse the tracks become.

Late 80's was the halcyon time for electronica imo.
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Old 2012-09-07, 15:53
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Its weird how the more technology we get to use, the worse the tracks become.
Yeah, that's exactly what I've been thinking! The 90's was the peak for electronic music imo, though there were some decent years with progressive house somewhere between 2005-2010.
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Old 2012-09-07, 15:58
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too much choice is the problem i think...

in the early days people REALLY pushed what they had to the limits.... if you had a 909 and a 303 and a sampler, then i guess you would get to be amazing on them...

my problem (and i guess it applies to everyone else to some degree) is that with all the choice im a jack of all trades and a master of none...

The more stripped back an electronic tune is, the better, imo.

whats your backgound soundstruggler? are u in the uk? how old r u? (if u dont mind me asking?)

im guessing UK, 40yrs old.
 

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