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Heres a collection of favourites, that represent Grime as a genre to its fullest.
By feasible_weasel at 2007-07-31
Grime Instrumentals: 200 Excellent Grime tunes *Must buy*
Akala - A Little Darker: good collection of proper grime tunes
Clipper - 180 Degrees Of Fire: Starts off with a bang, keeps it grimey
Dizzee Rascal - Boy In Da Corner - The best,humble,high bass synthy grime
Durrty Goodz - Axiom Ep - A Mixture of High bass Grime & Dubstep with Goodz amazing flows
F1 - Penga,Need 4 Speed: What Got me into Grime,fast clappy beats,bassy music,mc just flowing with the tunes.
Various - Grimey Frogs: french and Uk Grime, with some amazing instrumentals
Jammer - Jah mek Classics - Grime Greats like Destruction, some classics
jammer - Straight necklin: really good,much better than are u dumb 1 and 2
JME - Derkhead: Great vocal tunes,even better instrumentals from skepta
MDK - Hostile takeover: midlands and Grime Combined, heavy bassed grime,with a slight asian flavour.
media Gang - Practice Hours - Its all so good, the instrumental cd is crazy
NY - Split Endz 2: G N B Grime R n B excellent work NY
Ruff Sqwad - Guns n Roses 2: the best out of the 3 mixtapes,top tunes like nug and xtra
Various - Run The Road 1 and 2: Worried if u dont have these cds' all good stuff
Various - Heavy Meckle: mc's vocalling grime tunes from 2005 Fyaaahhh
Various - Street beats: Standard purchase, with stuff from agent x,jon e cash, old skool grime
Styler - Stylers got style: Just really enjoyable,production is what grimes about fruit loops and that.
Wiley - Da 2nd Phase,Playtime is over,Tunnel Vision 4: easily his best work
Youngstar - The Catalogue part 1: Pulse x, and loads from the originator of the sound (big)
Derkhead Version 3 is nice, proper quality control and a bargain with the 4/4 CD too
Streat Beats is brilliant.
So is anyone actually releasing 'mix' tapes, as in mixed tunes rather than straightup albums? The Heavy Meckle CD was a good attempt at that
J sweet is the man behind it lolowengriffiths wrote:101 Grime Instrumentals Part 1 is, unsurprisingly, shit, the man behind that clearly went round to several producers houses and asked for any old shit they had on their computer. There are a few exceptions though. Plasticman, Alias & J Sweet contributed some high profile good tunes.
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