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  1. sdm

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    Keaton remix for me, heavy business as usual from this man :slayer:

    Those beats :love:
     
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    ZESTOI time for heroes.

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    Keaton remix is daaaark.
    b b b b beaaaaaaaaaaats n the basssss
    don't think intro's too strong, but the rest of it makes up for it :D
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    Was a bit disappointed by the remixes considering who was producing them, heard the original a while ago and loved it but none of the remixes really stand out.

    Keaton one is probably the best, it is rather dutty
     
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    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    I think overall the remixes on Instinct stood out more.

    Dillinja :slayer: The Dom & Roland remix was heavy too!
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    keaton pulls an old metalheadz trick out of his bag with those atomic aahs. real heavy tune.
    dj crystls remix is pretty unexpected, a hip hop tune? still im carefully nodding along thinking this might be useful for some creative djing.
    BC sports those perfect synths, how can you not love a tune like this.

    over all im very impressed, im definitely into this. i actually think the original is the weakest. a good tune in its own right but weaker than the rest none the less.

    i think i spotted a new trendy trick with the fake beats and that.
     
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    He went on to produce hip hop after giving up doing jungle so not totally unexpected :2thumbs:
     
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    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    but hes on photeks label!! what does all this mean.
     
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    Yeah, those 2 tunes are the first drum & bass stuff he's done for about 8 years, was all hip hop in between