FLAT ERIC WAS/IS A BAD BOY!!!

Gloxxy

I SNORT COAL
VIP Junglist
Messages
6,201
Likes
967
#10
Still gets played out pretty regularly, don't know why cos it's shit.
I understand this is completely your own opinion and would like to disregard your own opinion in my opinion as, contrary to your opinion, this tune is timeless and still sounds fresh today IN MY OPINION!
 

ScottyEightSix

HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN
VIP Junglist
Messages
13,634
Likes
889
#11
Cant see the video player but I guess your on about Mr Oizo - Flatbeat? Absolute anthem way ahead of its time, keep meaning to get this on vinyl...

As for bootlegs of it there was one that had the vocals of Forgot About Dre over it an it goes together so well.
 

Moskit

:rodigan:
Tribal Leader
VIP Junglist
Messages
5,683
Likes
653
#12
There was a Dooms Night/Flat Beat Mashup on a Vinyl with serated edges like a Circular Saw I used to have...

Absolutely fucking sick tune.

Had some wierd Garage thing with Ali G samples on the flip. :rinsed:

Sold it for £35 ages ago... Wish I hadn't... :(

As for mixes, I got a 4 deck(er):

FSOL - Papa New Guinea
Leftfield - Phat Planet
Mr Oizo - Flat Beat
Busta Rhymes Feat ODB - Woo Hah Remix (Accapella)

;)
 
Last edited:

SLow

Quadrospazzed life-glug
VIP Junglist
Messages
3,573
Likes
30
#15
I understand this is completely your own opinion and would like to disregard your own opinion in my opinion as, contrary to your opinion, this tune is timeless and still sounds fresh today IN MY OPINION!
Microwaving old turds will make them fresh today too :teeth:
 

Indi

Tha Original ThreadKilla!
VIP Junglist
Messages
4,327
Likes
15
#18
I still think that Flat Beat was the beginning of dubstep, that's how ahead of the time it was. Badboy tune.
 
Top