Chase & Status - Count On Me (Ft. Moko) Culture Shock Remix

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  1. ICQ

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    So it's Culture Shock behind the remixes of Andy or what?
     
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    Well it's not Andy that is for sure and to me it sounds like Culture Stock. If you listen to how clean the production is and the interplay of melodies/basses to me it sound very much like Culture Shock.

    FTR I like it but in no way is it Andy C!
     
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    This thread makes my dick itch...

    :twitchy:
     
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    Fallen.GeMiNi 3rd rate banger merchant

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    It's Andy C. Wilkinson is his sound engineer though, I guess that's what you want to know. Culture Shock has nothing to do with this tune (nor any other Andy C's remixes) whatsoever.
     
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    So your telling me that Andy C remixed it on his own and then had Wilkinson engineer it?
     
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    Yeah, pretty much.
     
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    Blahahahahahahahaha ok man whatever you say
     
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    Thanks, finally a confirmation to what I thought for along time now already. Have you got any evidence for this?
     
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    The rumour has it. I doubt you'll find any real evidence in this matter unless either of them says so. I believe Goldie does/did the same, can't recall who has done the engineering for him though. I guess the thing is those guys haven't been producing in ages and instead of spending hours of trying to learn in today's DAWs, they simply hire someone who's able to properly re-design and remaster their ideas to sound up to date.
     
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    Technically a producer has nothing do with sound engineering, most pop producers don't have a clue about engineering but know what what sounds good and sells in pop music and they tell the sound engineer what to do and how they want it to sound. I think it's been more recently that the two have become combined and the producer also engineers the sounds.
     
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    ha no, the title says culture shock, but the embed is andy c. That's what I referring tooooo
     
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    Yeah he ditched Ant Miles who now works in Maplin's
     
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    heist engineered for goldie.

    doubt andy will need someone to tho. maybe he had like a few hours of help from the ram camp - but on the other hand, who wouldnt be joining cs or wilko in the studio if he could..
     
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    Goldie's one is in fact Heist.
     
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    Drums at the start sound beasty as fuck. Drop is a let down
     
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    This is just a assumption but it seems pretty obvious: The guy hasn't done any new tracks since 04 - collabs 07, yet in the last 2 years he did quiet a few remixes that came out of the blue. IMO all Andy C is doing is keeping his name up there, so people can actually reference to his music, because just djing won't keep the bookings coming. And for me it seems very obvious that someone else is doing these remixes. I have respect for the guy for his contributions & skills but letting someone else do tracks for you under your name, come on! Especially when you produced once.
    If it's true? I will never know but for me the above argument is silly. When someone produced a good track 10 years ago he hasn't got to produce his own tracks anymore suddenly it's fine to let other people write you tracks?

    Sorry but an engineer is a producer >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rated_R_(Rihanna_album) >> Chase & Status co-produced 2 tracks for this album. Rihanna had absolutely nothing to do with either writing the lyrics nor producing the tracks.