Big Bad Bass: The Next Level mixed by DJ Friction - 5-30-05

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  1. j_boncha

    j_boncha Junglist of Paine

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    1. OB1 - Nothing but time
    2. D Bridge & Fierce - Twilight
    3. Shy FX & T Power - Plastic Soul
    4. Mr. L - Back to your Roots
    5. Q Project - Ask Not VIP
    6. TC - No Escape
    7. Leviticus - The Burial (Logistics remix)
    8. High Contrast - Lights go Down
    9. Mood II Swing - I got Love (Logistics remix)
    10. Calibre & zero Tolerance - Diamonds & Pearls
    11. Breakage - Ask Me
    12. Spirit - Siren
    13. Lemon D - Stomper
    14. Dillinja - 96 Thing
    15. TC - Lets Go
    16. D Kay & Jenna G - Woe
    17. Universal Project vs. Vicious Circle - Hellraiser
    18. Friction - Nemesis
    19. Dillinja - Style Baby/ MIST - Outta Space
    20. Fresh - All that Jazz
    21. Sunfocus - X Ray
    22. Dillinja - In the Grind VIP
    23. Friction & Nu Balance - Slipstream (Logistics remix)
    24. D Kay & DJ Lee - waxed
    25. D Bridge - Dolls
    26. Commix - Urban Legend
    27. BC UK vs. Noisia - Meditation
    28. Dillinja - Gangbang
     
  2. jay walker

    jay walker 1/2 of Passive/Aggressive

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    I wouldnt touch this with a ten-foot bargepole!

    They call this Big Bad Bass - the next level, but theres only 5 or 6 Valve tunes on there, an the rest is as Gash as they come :nono:

    Why would Dilly be happy putting this out? :confused:
     
  3. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    I've had it with mix cds anyway...

    Only mix cds I buy are included with albums... or with Knowledge.

    What's the f* point to another another another mix CD?
     
  4. lokki

    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    Yeah i guess its one for the non vinyl buying masses tho innit.

    there are a few good tunes...

    i guess Dilly is trying to recoup some cash after buying the new valve speakers!!!!

    haha!

    I heard they were doing an in store siging of the CD in Blackmarket...fukin woofters! lol!
     
  5. Twisted Murderer

    Twisted Murderer Den Tammen Belg

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    They make mix cd's like hell. I will find it on the Internet :typing:
     
  6. $marty

    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    Friction & Nu Balance - Slipstream (Logistics remix)
    Well AAAAAAAARRRRIITE!
     
  7. Time Dependant

    Time Dependant Jungle Hunter

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    I actually thought the tracklisting looked alright, ok maybe not the heaviest thing in the world but you got tracks like:

    D Bridge & Fierce - Twilight
    Breakage - Ask Me
    Universal Project vs. Vicious Circle - Hellraiser
    BC UK vs. Noisia - Meditation

    & I guarantee you won't see any of the above on another mix cd this year (Meditation maybe) unless it's done by the label they've come off.
     
  8. skope

    skope promoti0nal.douchbag

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    imo this is a SICK tracklist, really admire what friction's doing by way of trying to introduce the masses to the more musical side of d&b. people slate valve constantly for doing the same thing, now they do summat different and they're still being slated!! for gods sake you lot, it may not be to your taste but you gotta respect it for what it is, and the same goes for frictions selection at the mo.
    dont hate on them coz they're doing something different. and we all say there needs to be more girls in the scene. we're not all 16 year old kids on 10 pills at one nation any more you know.
     
  9. checkmabadself

    checkmabadself A gift from punjab

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    I think it's a pretty good varied selection, Breakage - Ask Me :inlove:
     
  10. Triple M

    Triple M Admin

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    Completely agree with you Mr Skope!
     
  11. Hago

    Hago Global Virus DnB

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    I have to buy it for my son lol.... probably copy it b4 i give it to him tho... good varied selection.. theres a few on there thall make me wanna throw it out the window tho
     
  12. evol4276

    evol4276 DIBBA DIBBA!!!*^@%~!

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    doesn't look that bad actually.. would buy it just for a minute and a half of the d.kay tunes :teeth:
     
  13. ihurtchildren

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    looks pretty heavy.

    nightlife 2 was pretty poor, so nice to see friction stepping up to represent. Hasn't been a decent D&B mix cd for ages.
     
  14. mISHKA

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    This CD really isn't bad at all compared to the quality of some other Mix CD's coming out at the moment.... (see the "Pure hate" thread ;) )
     
  15. checkmabadself

    checkmabadself A gift from punjab

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    Compare this to the series of Blackmarket mix cd's - Clang, speed it up, no slow it down, Clang Clang :teeth:
     
  16. lokki

    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    no we're 24 year olds on 10 pints of Stella at One Nation!"

    haha!
     
  17. mesh

    mesh Active Member

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    I really, really like what Friction has been playing on his mix show. People seem to love the heavy crew he rounds up for guest mixes too ... fair enough, but I'm with Skope when he says Friction is pushing melody right now, specially on the radio and this is a good example of that.

    it aint strict big bad bass in a vlv style, and that may confuse some people, but I still think its good to see.
     
  18. lokki

    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    perhaps they should have changed the logo and art style on the cover though becasue i can see lots of people getting confused!
     
  19. duncan

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    yeah likin the tracklist on this, frictions been the best around for some time now imo both in mixin and selection. That said i doubt i'll pick it up
     
  20. Oli

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    first tune is massive!

    some nice stuff on there and some shit that really aint got place, but hell its another cd for the car!