T-10 - Which mix?

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by sdm, Nov 18, 2003.

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Which mix of T-10 rocks your boat?

  1. Original

    11 vote(s)
    39.3%
  2. [url=http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sr?C=KAOS006R&S=A]Dillinja[/url]

    10 vote(s)
    35.7%
  3. [url=http://www.chemical-records.co.uk/sc/servlet/sr?C=KAOS006R&S=B]Clipz[/url]

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. None, they're all shit!

    7 vote(s)
    25.0%
  1. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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  2. temper_d

    temper_d Offkey

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    original, by a mile.
     
  3. evol4276

    evol4276 DIBBA DIBBA!!!*^@%~!

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    Original. Hands down.
     
  4. THECLOWNSTEPPER

    THECLOWNSTEPPER Member

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    go dillinja go dillinja
     
  5. CoB

    CoB Pure Sanelessness

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    erm.. which is the one that sounds even more like bandwagon blues, hehehe
     
  6. Caution

    Caution dnbforum.com

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    Original for me

    Dillinja Rmx is pretty fat though

    Clipz one is a bit lame imo, second rmx i've heard from him that sounds nothing like the original cept for some vocal samples(other one being Capoiera Rmx)

    Will buy for the Dillinja mix
     
  7. GreenBoy

    GreenBoy Active Member

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    well, if i had to choose then i would go with the original, just listened to the remixes and they are god damn awful :mad: dillinja one is the best of 'em, clipz one shouldnt be a remix at all (once again, what the hell is this thing with clipz? like capoiera, it has nuthing to do with the original except for the vocals, shouldnt a remix consist of the original and more than just the vocals? :sing: ) and distorted minds vip = :rofl: :sleep:
     
  8. Frantik_2003

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    audio of the dilly one anywhere?
     
  9. MC Motion

    MC Motion Custom Avatarmess

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    None theyre all shit................

    If pushed i'd go for the original mix but i'm just not feeling all this intro, break, tune formula. We need to smash the formula's to piece's not make them more formal!!!

    Here's the secret formula folks(Don't take this for granted, it took 6 month's to find this and emulate it!!!Hahahaha, I am now the gatekeeper to youknowwhatstep hell!!!:


    Start program [Wank tune]
    >Start 'Wank Intro'
    >Intro::{Dark moody string with added nostalgia and useless random words}
    >Beats::{Please refer to Mr Lee Greenaway for assistance}
    >Variables::{None}(Surprise, surprise)
    >End 'Wank Intro'

    >Start 'Wanky break'
    >Beats::{Please refer to Mr Lee Greenaway for assistance}
    >Makeybreakygofasty::{Please refer to Mr Lee Greenaway for further assistance}
    >End 'Wanky break'

    >Start 'Loop'
    >Beats::{Please refer to Mr Lee Greenaway for assistance}
    >Bassline::{Dur dur durry durry dur dur, wong wong wong wong wong wong werey, dur dur durry durry dur dur, wong wong wong wong wong wong werey, dur dur durry durry dur dur, wong wong wong wong wong wong wereyx64}
    end
    End.

    Begin 'Satisfaction Loop'
    'If'/'When' raver dissapointed with [Wank Tune]:
    >Start [Wank Tune]
    >Start 'MC'
    >Is crowd reaction -10?>
    {If 'yes' enable 'spinback/rewind'}
    {If 'no' enable dodgy MC collaboration's to renew interest}
    end
    End.

    System requirements:
    At least 1928' spec His Master's Voice stereogram.
    Extra slippy slipmats for those extra long rewinds/spinbackulars.
    100% London reared MC with very bad attitude problem and a penchant for tacky jewellary.
    Definatly need a Red Sound Cycloops (Where would they be without it?!?)
    Preferable to have some kind of marketing ploy within the system (i.e. X dissing Y)
    3 and a quarter pound bag of lepplenut mischief cherry's!!!




    Unfortunatly this program will not run on any of these program's: Visual Basic, C++, Pascal, Turbo Pascal, Reason, Cubase, Fruity Loops, Adobe Acrobat Reader, WinZip, Powerpoint, Real Player and anything else that live's in the real world and has a real time zone, unlike me who's been up for 28 hours trying to connect a DV camcorder into a firewire and then realising, 28 hours later that I didn't load a firwire driver to begin with!!! Anger ventage time!!
     
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  10. nasher

    nasher Gangsta Status

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    never really thought much of the original.

    i think dilly's dun a good job, keepin the original vibe to the choon but adding the ol' touch
     
  11. nasher

    nasher Gangsta Status

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  12. JimJapBap

    JimJapBap Member

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    definatly dillinja version, except for of course it's plagued by the whack ass vocals

    when is he gonna get that shit right and just not use em
     
  13. black ghost

    black ghost aka n.s.r

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    The "Wank Tune Program" is great LOL
    Any1 who likes to do a "Musik Maker"-style software that creates such tunes by itself? :)

    IMO Dillinja's RMX is just what you expect to get, might be pleasing to a crowd that doesnt know it, but nothing special. Don't like Clipz' one, although i like his Capoeira RMX.

    I liked the original for some days, until i heard their other tunes that consist of the same drums, same bass and so on.

    So I wouldnt buy any1 of these, but i would play the Dillinja RMX (about 2-3 times max.) if i got it for free :)

    greetz
     
  14. inf0r

    inf0r /!\ Dainjah /!\

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    Dilly rmx is fkin heavy! Love those steppy, punchy sub bass tunes, gives you palpitations on a system :D
     
  15. V Matt

    V Matt Member

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    I chose the last option :nurr_nur: