Amen Break again.

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  1. SpLendid

    SpLendid is addicted.

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    First of all, sorry 4 mah bad english...and sorry again if i posted this topic into the wrong section of the forum. Even posting a plus topic for this was such a bad idea.

    So..could you guys suggest me some tracks that contains really-really heavy use of amen breaks? I'm wondering about stuff like oldskool Tech Itch (Hellness,Analysis,Heaven), B Key, Outbreak stuff (Need U Amen Remix)...and so on. Style (liquid funk/darkstep etc) makes no sense.

    I'm getting sick because of the works of Current Value, newer Limewax, Panacea, CS, SPL, Donny blabla...these artists and their slow(er), non-amen tracks are so soft for me - and people say that this is hard drum and bass. The only guy who likes amens are B Key nowadays, afaik.

    So,please, put a line here for your favourite(s); I am interested...and thanks in advance.
     
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    lot of people still pulling amens of this track to this day

     
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  3. SpLendid

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    Holy sht.........this was quite unknown for me. But its awesome!
     
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    and this, is just a dope tune highly under rated

     
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    Dom and Roland knows how to make a good amen smasher.





    Dom & Klute - Maximus

     
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  6. TheGambit

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    Breakage
    Equinox
    Paradox
    Seba
    Stranjah
    Gremlinz
    Rumbleton
    Profane
    Empire X
    Macc
    DSP
    Digital
    Naphta
    Dub One
    Nolige

    All use heavy amens mate. SPL still uses amen breaks in some of his tracks.

    ---------- Post added at 15:35 ---------- Previous post was at 15:32 ----------

    Shameless plug:

    Link: http://dnbshare.com/download/TheGamb...reaks.mp3.html

    Tracklisting:

    1. Juniors Theme (Digital Remix) by AK1200
    2. Retroism (Where are you) by Equinox
    3. Unity by Equinox
    4. Soundclash 1 by Naphta
    5. Sadness by Nkogliaz
    6. The Ultimate Negative by Paradox
    7. Twelve Bits by Nucleus and Paradox
    8. 8 Bit by Breakage and Threshold
    9. Original Sound by Craveone
    10. Make you Flex by Equinox
    11. Rockers International by Equinox
    12. Elusion Theme (version) by Nucleus and Paradox
    13. Musik Box by Nucleus and Paradox
    14. Light Circles by Cartridge and John Roladex
    15. U Don’t Know by Breakage
    16. Soldier Business by Sonic and Silver
    17. Valley of the Marshmellows by 0=0
    18. Ruff Dub by Breakage
    19. Uncertain Journey by Paradox
    20. Planet 3 by Paradox
    21. 34 Alpha by Seba
    22. Gwarn Badman by Phuture T
    23. Amen Fools by DSP
    24. Keep it Together by DSP
    25. Line of Sight VIP by Social Engineer
    26. Places Version by Rumbleton
    27. Proper Tings by Tim Reaper and Relapse
    28. Unification by Rumbleton
    29. Vengeance by Equinox
    30. Watched by Nolige
    31. Staggered Dub by Breakage
    32. Hind Sight by Breakage
    33. So Mars by Breakage

    Pure amen business in this mix!
     
  7. SpLendid

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    Thanks a lot guys; I've forgot to mention the amen-caesar, Dom.

    Gambit, I am quite interested in your mix, but your link is broken...tried 2 search but I "only" found one of your "Biotic-like" mixes..I like it tho. ;)
     
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    jungle beast is a heavy track.
    this ones a good example too
     
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    lol @ your sig ^
     
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    Old Skool?

     
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    Big tunes! I was personally interested and now I've got some bangers for my friends to hear.
     
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    Calm before the storm
     
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    Sorry about the link mate!

    Try this one instead:

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  16. NoLimits

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    I got sick of hearing the Amen break years ago, in fact if the track is new and has it I refuse to listen to it, may as well use funky drummer lol.
     
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    :lol:
     
  18. Sammy Dexcell

    Sammy Dexcell Stop editing my profile Smarty!

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    Gotto agree i appreciate how good they are i just dont like some of the tunes that manipulate a loop of amens. With music evolving like it is, its makin some old tunes really under appreciated for thier time.
    Its been done well, but im liking subtle-ness in the 'music of today', using stuff that every1 else does but hidden in the mix, and not the focus.
    Sayin that from time to time u do get a few noises that can only be complimented with a bit of amens.
    Anyway.......
    :twitchy:
     
  19. SpLendid

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    Big ups for the tracks, guys.

    This one also does not work...:crazy:
     
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