DJ Crystl - Warp Drive 2003

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Has someone heard this amazing rufff mix by Crystl.....and am I Correct that the mix played by Keaton Live @ The End 1 august 2003 (Renegade Hardware) it starts about 9:03 min....and do peepz know on which label his re/mixes comes out etc etc.......
 
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Warp Drive Y2K3 said:
Has someone heard this amazing rufff mix by Crystl.....and am I Correct that the mix played by Keaton Live @ The End 1 august 2003 (Renegade Hardware) it starts about 9:03 min....and do peepz know on which label his re/mixes comes out etc etc.......

yep ive heard this

ITS WICKED

me want
 

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MOTHERFUCK!!!!!!

I only managed to put a name to the original a few days ago and found loads more great tracks by this guy
Can't wait to hear this!!!!!!
 

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I like the original remix but the idea of a 2003 remix makes me nervous, especially after hearing that god awefull "Bombscare" remix.

Does anyone have an audio clip to this? If its on chemical forget it though, the chemical clips are refusing to work on my computer and I don't know why.
 

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1992 said:
I like the original remix but the idea of a 2003 remix makes me nervous, especially after hearing that god awefull "Bombscare" remix.

Does anyone have an audio clip to this? If its on chemical forget it though, the chemical clips are refusing to work on my computer and I don't know why.
Dunno of any clips but I have a feeling you won't like it.

I reckon it's wicked though, it's not as old skool sounding as people were probably hoping for but it tears it up. Shame the breakdown from the original is missing though.
 

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....heh....

The most interesting things about this tune was the intense reverb used on some of the drum hits and the atmospheric breakdown. If it doesn't have these things then its not worth while.
 
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Yeah Crystl has another new thing floating about called "Fuck The Streets Up!" that Bryan has been playing lately. It is so good to see this wicked producer back after such a massive gap in his D&B career. Infact i am shocked at the amount of friends i have who profess to be 'Old Skool' and then have no idea at all who DJ Crystl is! Sad. :(
 

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Media said:
Yeah Crystl has another new thing floating about called "Fuck The Streets Up!" that Bryan has been playing lately. It is so good to see this wicked producer back after such a massive gap in his D&B career. Infact i am shocked at the amount of friends i have who profess to be 'Old Skool' and then have no idea at all who DJ Crystl is! Sad. :(
The tune with that sample is the Warpdrive remix ;)
 

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wicked to have crystl back... havent even heard the new remix yet but im off to listen now

now all i need is optical to do bits like the old little matt ones...

:jazz_band
 

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"Fuck the streets up"


What the hell does that sample have to do with the vibe "Warp Drive" is trying to portray? The tune, to me, is about dancing yourself into oblivion, a shamanic journey of the self. NOT about a bunch of ugly ebonics speaking street thugs!

This "remix" sound aweful, I now wish I never heard about it. *throwupsmileicon*
 
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