bonkers - dubstep

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  1. greddie

    greddie Super Sir Loin

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  2. djrowney

    djrowney G13 RECORDS/SMOKESCREEN

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    inevitable but good production
    not really my thing tho
     
  3. Le gash

    Le gash Raging Head-Ripper bruv

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    That doorly chap has some wicked remix's and anyone that has a tune called horse-step equal win win.:not_worth
     
  4. greddie

    greddie Super Sir Loin

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    yeah i like that horse step tune :)
     
  5. Dave Dexcell

    Dave Dexcell Dexcell

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    I only like it from 2.03min onwards b4 that was a bit meh.....
     
  6. Nutek

    Nutek movement junglist

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    1. this is a drum & bass forum and this is the general section, therefore shitty dubstep does not belong in here

    2. the original is gay and that makes any remix of it even gayer so i'm not even going to bother polluting my ears with it

    ta (y)
     
  7. *SweetPea*

    *SweetPea* LADY VINYL

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    I didn't really like it tbh.

    To be fair tho, I'm not a fan of the original either.
     
  8. DJ NiPZ

    DJ NiPZ Member

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    I dunno, it's okay, don't like those random sounds coming in every now and again though!
     
  9. Borf™

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    Why do people get to post dubstep in here, but if it's something drum and bass related but doesn't belong here they get abused?

    And do we have to have a dubstep remix to EVERY new song.

    Is it not good enough to go in it's own direction from it's own creativity, so it has to feed off the buzz of another song from a different genre?
     
  10. NastyLimbCheat

    NastyLimbCheat Active Member

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    chill out, i quite like it, it's quite a good remix

    it's not just dubstep, all genres remix popular songs and if that helps the genre reach new audiences then thats cool with me
     
  11. Borf™

    Borf™ Borf

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    Well dubstep seem to have a remix for eveyrthing.

    And it's not all genres either really.

    Dance does it loads too.

    The original is shite anyway.

    Dizzee's gone downhill so much.
     
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  12. ScottyEightSix

    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    Thought it was ok, not really my sorta dubstep, but good production
     
  13. pitts

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    would like to listen 2 it but im at work
    hes done a quality remix of calvin harris not alone which i got on a heavyfeet mix
    i didnt realise doorly was popular enough to have someone in scotland liking his tunes which is quality
    hes from my area and plays allova seen him quite a few times his sets r always ace
    big up doorly