Alix Perez - 1985

The Watcha

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I was just going over the album last night - I think I like it more than no.1 personally! I just wish they put all the halftime/160 tunes on one side and the D&B on the other of each plate...I don't play much 160 so now I have a whole plate of the album not being used, which kinda sucks for the $$. BTW @Watcha - how can you not like liquid???
It's not that I don't like liquid, it's that it doesn't do much for me. It's well produced but it doesn't grab me enough to part with my cash for. Take Calibre for example. He's an amazing producer and a great craftsman for what he produces, but I'm not rushing out to buy his albums or to raves he's playing at. It's like Sunday morning DnB for me. But that's not to mention that he's made some quality music that isn't exactly "liquid" such as Fire and Water, Step Toe, Start Again, Strumpet and Mr Maverick

Next up is Broken Home EP from Dogger, Mindstate and Liam Bailey. Only heard of the latter from working with Chase and Status

 

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1985 with the unrelenting release schedule. Some 140 from Alix:

 

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1985 with the unrelenting release schedule. Some 140 from Alix:

1985 press a 2x12"...And (even though it's sick)....It's goddam dubstep lol
 
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