Nos - Groove me (east side)

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This track has a real good mix of soulful (but maybe a bit too cheesy for some) vocals and some real heavy digital & spirit style rolling amens and sub bass.
It has a bit of a disco feel but is heavy enough so that I like it.
The flip is a much more eerie stepping track with spooky atmospherics but a very acoustic vibe, bringing me back to Nos's old Hidden Agenda days.
This isn't a tearout track but it can add some real spice to more funky sets for its hard beats
 

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def feelin these two tracks. The B-side is my favorite. I was gonna get the promo of Breaks Sticky Situation until I erd this, and it pretty much seems like a more subtle, classy version of that track (or the east side sound in general). The A side is straight as well, and I rather like the campy 'Grooove meh!" sample. an interesting blend of recent soulfulness and ardcore rollin that I quite like :)
 

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It seems East side are on fire right now!!!
The album and recent EPs have been wicked and so has every 12 inch.
 

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I nominated the East Side Jams LP for best LP of 2002(on various forums), but no one took heed.
FIYA!
 

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really feelin that Calibre-Everlast on Eastside. Then again, not much Calibre I'm not feelin.
 

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Originally posted by solitude
I nominated the East Side Jams LP for best LP of 2002(on various forums), but no one took heed.
FIYA!
that LP was amazing; unfortunately i found most of the tracks very very hard to use
 

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really? Hard to use?
thats odd, as East Side stuff always seems like its made to be mixed imo.
hmm, guess I'm just an awesome DJ then :D (jk)
 
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