An investigation running at 168bpm

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An investigation running at 168bpm

Post by ufo over easy » Tue Jul 10, 2007 2:42 pm

or thereabouts

ben ufo - investigation at 45rpm - 192kbps mp3

http://www.lowerdepths.com/mixes/ben_uf ... _45rpm.mp3

this was recorded in response to a thread on dissensus about the decline of drum and bass. hopefully you guys will like it.

1. fracture and neptune - a clue (bassbin 2007)
2. alpha omega - steppa dub (forestry service 2005)
3. sabre - point blank (bassbin 2007)
4. naphta - soundclash 2 (lightless 2007)
5. martsman - antifunk (counter intelligence 2006)
6. elementz of noize - stick up (SOUR 1995)
7. die - reincarnation (full cycle 1996)
8. accident and emergency - flyest gangsta (looney toonz 2004)
9. breakage - love u so (digital soundboy 2007)
10. primary motive - s (creative source 1997)
11. graphic - heroine (offshore 2006)
12. polar - implants (certificate 18 1999)
13. sileni - failspan (subtle audio 2006)
14. dissident - taiga (subvert central 2006)
15. beta 2 and zero tolerance - new dawn [naphta's twisty remix] (bassbin 2002)
16. hidden agenda - swing time (metalheadz 1996)
17. seba - hidden reflections (secret operations 2003)
18. pieter k - stop on a dime (metaformal 2002)
19. sonar circle - face off [director's cut mix] (reinforced 1999)
20. someone else - ploosh [morgan packard remix] (microcosm music 2004)
21. survival - sidewinder (DNAudio 2007)
22. trace - after hours (deejay 1996)
23. dak - nutcase (counter intelligence 2006)
24. deep blue and blame - transitions [dom remix] (moving shadow 1997)
25. instra:mental - comanche (darkestral 2007)
26. hokusai - red lights (source direct 1996)
27. nucleus and paradox - delphian (esoteric 2005)
28. macc - set the world on fire (transmute 2007)

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Post by tranquera » Tue Jul 10, 2007 6:16 pm

Nice!

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Post by marsyas » Tue Jul 10, 2007 8:33 pm

i am far from a dnb fan save a few tunes.
but i will check it out, thanks !

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Post by signus » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:14 pm

On the d/l bruv, never heard any of your DnB mixes :D

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Post by cure » Tue Jul 10, 2007 11:35 pm

nice selection!!
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Re: An investigation running at 168bpm

Post by oyaarss » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:28 am

was just looking for a decent dnb mix // got a bit tired of 140 bpm, uknow :roll: // don't kill me for that
UFO over easy wrote:this was recorded in response to a thread on dissensus about the decline of drum and bass
excellent selection to prove that dnb is not that dead as quite many heads claim it to be! enjoyed it a lot! another thumbup!
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Post by glacial » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:51 am

nice one Ben, the track list looks sick. gonna defo check dis mix :wink:

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Post by sro » Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:21 pm

oooo....can't wait to check this one out...big fan of leftfield dnb and drumfunk...own most of these tracks too now that I think of it...thanks for this...

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Post by BLZDub » Wed Jul 11, 2007 2:13 pm

This mix is bumbacarrot!
Nice work Mr. UFO.

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Post by ufo over easy » Wed Jul 11, 2007 2:16 pm

BLZDub wrote:This mix is bumbacarrot!
-w- thanks :D

safe for checking everyone, let me know what you reckon to it
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Post by spooKs » Wed Jul 11, 2007 3:17 pm

hefty, i'll have it

gracias, 1 like YOU F. O.

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Post by ufo over easy » Thu Jul 12, 2007 4:39 am

safe schpoox
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Post by nospin » Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:01 am

listening now, nice to mix things up a bit, not really familiar with most of these artist, but really digging some of the tracks
thanks

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Post by claw » Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:11 am

nice one man, lotta good tunes in that lineup....i got a slick remix of a sublime tune at 165bpm me and my partner did, hit me up on aim and ill send it over
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Post by blip » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:09 pm

I want to believe! I want to believe!
Downloading.

With very few exceptions (Amit? maybe) the only good DB/jungle tracks I heard after 96, could have been made by 96.

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Post by ufo over easy » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:33 pm

Blip wrote:I want to believe! I want to believe!
Downloading.

With very few exceptions (Amit? maybe) the only good DB/jungle tracks I heard after 96, could have been made by 96.
Amit's stuff isn't that forward looking really.. half time breaks were being used in 1992 :) for the more forward thinking stuff check the tunes on the mix by Sileni, Martsman, Graphic, Dak, Pieter K and Dissident :D
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Post by blip » Fri Jul 13, 2007 12:58 pm

Hey, in 92 half time breaks were almost full time breaks still.
Sileni, very good point, Pieter K, not really. But I should listen more and talk less, mix still slowly downloading...

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Post by ufo over easy » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:07 pm

Blip wrote:Hey, in 92 half time breaks were almost full time breaks still.
Can you clarify? In the hardcore days it was a standard trick to flip from standard time to half time to back again.. the fact that it was more like 158 doesn't make any difference. On the rougher side of things the dudes releasing on Moving Shadows/bizzy b/brain recs etc used to do that all the time. Digital was doing prototype-Amit style stuff way back. He was doing pure dubbed out half time in 1996. As much as I rate Amit, I have no idea why he gets as much coverage as he does...
Pieter K wrote:Sileni, very good point, Pieter K, not really. But I should listen more and talk less, mix still slowly downloading...
Pieter K is a phenomenal producer, and one of the most forward thinking around. Get Everything All The Time and tell me that could've been released in 1996... almost everything done from scratch, including his drums which he recorded himself on his own kit.
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Post by elgato » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:08 pm

pieter k was doing things akin to the itchy stuff back in like 2000! he's a blatent don!

haven't checked the mix yet Ben, looking forward to it though

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Post by ufo over easy » Fri Jul 13, 2007 1:12 pm

nice one man :) I haven't been giving dnb as much attention as I should have recently... when I'm in Leeds I'm away from all my records, so now I'm back I'm reveling in being able to mix whatever I want any time :D
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