Favourite Total Science tunes

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  1. bassline junkie

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    Been rinsing my the Total Science tunes today new and old, it made realise how good they really are. Course i knew they are very talented and produce sick tunes, but it only really dawned on me the level that there at. Alongside Break, Noisia i feel there isn't many that have produced banger after banger over the years. Hears just a few i love.

    Soul patrol, Give me your love, Defcom vip, Jungle jungle, Jericho, Going in circles.

    Whats your favourite????
     
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  2. Lunos

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    S Q U A S H
     
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    my favourite 3 are defcom 69, squash vip, and soul patrol (although i think the lenzman remix is better)
     
  5. stuffnthat

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    Pop Psychology got me into dnb, squash is fucking heavy, their remix of wots my code - dubplate kills it, barons remix of nosher is a fine example of how to do jump up properly

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csogeurNZE8
     
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    Champion Sound. :slayer:
     
  7. Indi

    Indi Tha Original ThreadKilla!

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    Zanzibar was always my favourite.
     
  8. dhalsim

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    beat me to it.

    Squash Squash VIP. first time i hear it was andy c at the medicinne bar in birmingham. when he dropped that i couldnt believe it. never heard anything like it.

    how total science came up with that one i will never know
     
  9. bluenote

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    My favourite has to be Room to Breathe.
     
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    Defcon 69 & Squash! STANDARD
     
  12. barnesy00

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    room to breath and soul patrol (minus the intro)
     
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    There's loads! One's that spring to mind:
    Squash VIP
    Defcom 69
    Millenium Girl
    Baby Oil
    Street level

    There's quite a few decent Q Project one's too:
    Urban Decay
    Milk & Honey
    Greatest Thing (cheesy as but I got good memories with that tune)
     
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    Defcom 69
    Squash VIP
    Ask Not VIP (Q Project)
     
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    Im probably a lot older than most on here but back in the day Total Science were pretty much the top dogs, Certainly before the likes of Bad Company etc, Its a real shame because for me I think they lost a lot of their sound when the digital era began and they moved over from hardware to software, I still rate them highly to this day but they used to just release anthem after anthem and not just in a certain style either, Whatever these guys did was good, you could pretty much buy they're stuff without listening, Something you can't really say about many people anymore. Champion Sound, Squash VIP, Soul Patrol, Defcom, Jungle Jungle, The Punisher, Paridise Lost, 2 Little 2 Late, Nosher, Prozac, 3 Sugars, Pop Psychology for me are all tunes worthy of space in my record box even today. Not to mention they are 2 of the biggest wreckheads in the whole dnb industry and ontop of that 2 of the funniest nicest guys you could ever wish to meet
     
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    tight fit :)

    also on the newer tip I rekon "what you don't know" remix is one of the best tracks I've heard on a while
     
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    That aint out yet is it?
     
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    Q Project - Greatest thing
     
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    True this... and they have a very unhealthy addiction to porn.