Spy - Xenomorph | Break name

Discussion in 'Production' started by Dave., Oct 31, 2011.

  1. Dave.

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    I would guess it is single hits put together with two shakers over top
     
  3. Dave.

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    are u sure?
    cause i just heard this tune from this italian guy:



    the beat sounds similar :|
     
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    This.
     
  5. munya mysterion

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    that neve guy has some serious tunes!
     
  6. luciduk

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    he uses the "sandman" break alot
     
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    is that the one with those goddamm cymbals that he rinses wayy too much and gets away with it. Its so annoying, i cant buy any more spy tunes that use it
     
  8. d-low

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    that literally sounds like he sampled xenomorph!
     
  9. logikz

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    i dare say there is a sandman in there but layered and edited beyond recognition