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Thread Contributor: fanu"21st Century Urban Breakbeat Music"

#1
That's what the leaflet of my Platinum Breakz 1 CD says.
Well, Platinum Breakz 1 truly lives up to the title.

In 2003, how many producers can still call their music 21st Century Urban Breakbeat Music?

Those were the times.....

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#2
I'm trying to make some 22nd century breakbeat music at the mo so wish me luck.....
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#3
ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:I'm trying to make some 22nd century breakbeat music at the mo so wish me luck.....

hey that's a nice goal.....much nicer than your avatar! Hahaha
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fanu Wrote:In 2003, how many producers can still call their music 21st Century Urban Breakbeat Music?

as many producers that want to. they can call their music 'incredible megafuturistic intellectual subversive submersive next-level superstep' for all i care, it's totally subjective
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fanu Wrote:
ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:I'm trying to make some 22nd century breakbeat music at the mo so wish me luck.....

hey that's a nice goal.....much nicer than your avatar! Hahaha

what? if i were a pimp and i had an ass like that to sell i'd be a millionaire in a week! where be your street smarts son? Wink
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scart ridge Wrote:
fanu Wrote:in 2003, how many producers can still call their music 21st century urban breakbeat music?

as many producers that want to. they can call their music 'incredible megafuturistic intellectual subversive submersive next-level superstep' for all i care, it's totally subjective

it's totally subjective yes, but @ the same time it's not. Upsidedown :bustedthumb Chin :shrug
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#7
shake that ass,show me what your working with....
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#8
music changes, the producers change their goals, leave their mark and then leave or lose their hold, new producers go in, the music changes again, then the old ones come back in ...it is the merry go round of drum & bass.
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#9
pierre cusela Wrote:
fanu Wrote:
ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:I'm trying to make some 22nd century breakbeat music at the mo so wish me luck.....

hey that's a nice goal.....much nicer than your avatar! Hahaha

what? if i were a pimp and i had an ass like that to sell i'd be a millionaire in a week! where be your street smarts son? Wink

sorry, pierre, i just took 15 goddamn minutes off pimping!
now, it's back to work again...........

Lol
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#10
ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:shake that ass,show me what your working with....

Fullmoon oOOOh baby yeah ...im workin' it!
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#11
Hahaha
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#12
B stop working it so hard it might fall off!

:P
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#13
fanu Wrote:That's what the leaflet of my Platinum Breakz 1 CD says.
Well, Platinum Breakz 1 truly lives up to the title.

In 2003, how many producers can still call their music 21st Century Urban Breakbeat Music?

Those were the times.....

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It's funny, I just made myself a MD of that for my walkman last night, and I saw that too. It's strange, cos the night before, I made one of my Jungle Renegades cd, and I was thinking, "well, jungle renegades certainly wasn't 21st century!"

I also stuck a couple of goldie tunes on their as well, and realised RhythmicNature's avatar is from! Winkwink
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#14
Düffah Wrote:
fanu Wrote:That's what the leaflet of my Platinum Breakz 1 CD says.
Well, Platinum Breakz 1 truly lives up to the title.

In 2003, how many producers can still call their music 21st Century Urban Breakbeat Music?

Those were the times.....

Icon_cry

It's funny, I just made myself a MD of that for my walkman last night, and I saw that too. It's strange, cos the night before, I made one of my Jungle Renegades cd, and I was thinking, "well, jungle renegades certainly wasn't 21st century!"

I also stuck a couple of goldie tunes on their as well, and realised RhythmicNature's avatar is from! Winkwink

u got it bro!

whats this jungle renegades bizznizz... I wanna know the tunez!!!

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#15
I actually spotted it when I joined SC, but couldn't quite place it!

Jungle Renegades?

Off the top of my head and a small web search:

Disc 1

1. Set Speed by Krust
2. Firin' Line by Droppin Science
3. Frequency by ?
4. Jazzmin by ?
5. Basslights by ?
6. Steppin' Hard by ?
7. Sing Time by Ray Keith
8. Ruffest Gunark by ?
9. Runnin' for Years by ?
10. We Come Back by Uncle 22?
11. Only You by Nookie
12. Livin for the Night by ?
13. Funkula by ?
14. Jah Love by ?
15. Like It by ?
16. Do It Now by ?
17. P-Funk Era by ?
18. S.T. Files, Pt. 1.1 by ?
19. Lighter Style by ?
20. Tear Down by ?
21. Here and Now by ?
22. Black Out by ?


Disc 2 I can't find on the web and I can't remember anything except Liccle D!!!

Mrgreen
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#16
Düffah Wrote:4. Jazzmin by ?

Aquasky or Nookie

Düffah Wrote:8. Ruffest Gunark by ?
Rap and Top Cat - inna bwoy lick we hav a drum and gunshot!

Düffah Wrote:13. Funkula by ?
i think krome and time or no smokers, there was a hype remix

Düffah Wrote:17. P-Funk Era by ?
Slap Pascal of course!

Düffah Wrote:20. Tear Down by ?

Dillinja???

mmmmmm sounds like a tasty cd!

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#17
It's not bad, although IMHO some of the basslines are dated, and it gets about 1 out of 10 for choppage.

Still, there you go.
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#18
Düffah wrote:

17. P-Funk Era by ?


Pascal of course!

Oops
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#19
Düffah Wrote:Düffah wrote:

17. P-Funk Era by ?


Pascal of course!

Oops

Well, as P-Funk, yeah. Wink

Funkula was by B-Jam, I believe. Tear Down is indeed Dillinja.
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#20
it is b-jam, i remember now.

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