Tunes u can mix bodyrock with?????

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  1. muledam

    muledam Member

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    Allright, I've been tryin to find out a tune I can mix Bodyrock in as a tease with, but cos those damn drums it allways sounds crap. So who's got tunes u can mix it with and sounds fat?

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    best mix is Lazy Bones by Moving Fusion (RAM), its the same swing beat. sounds wicked and you can roll out the whole mix. I had a mix where I did that, and then into DJ Zinc - Time Is Running Out (Danny Breaks Time Ran Out Mix), cause its a hip-hop style tune at the beginning
     
  3. muledam

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    nice, will def give it ago. keep em coming peeps o_O
     
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    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    u can mix bodyrock wit x-ray that sounds pretty phat.
    u can also mix it with aphrodite off limits feat. big daddy kane
     
  5. Dj Jammin

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    High Contrast - Has it come to this/ripgroove remix thingy
     
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    $marty Dexcell Staff Member

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    J-majik & wickaman "mash up" as its got a swing step beat to it.
     
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    if i were you i'd mix bodyrock with sledge hammer
     
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    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    yeah definately the best option..sounds good when you mix out of has it come to this...
     
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    Noxxus Master baiter

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    i was gonna suggest mixing it with molten iron, but thats another approach you could take.
     
  10. DJ COSHH

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    Either of these a very good options. Personally that is one which is in the collection for the sake of collecting records. Never once been played. Although I think Subby's got a swingbeat tune coming out on the album may mix with that.
     
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    what a stupid question this thread should of gone in waffle

    i mean bodyrock :missile:
     
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    "Timewarp" sick wobble bizniz :slayer:
     
  13. mesh

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    Its perfectly legit question for a budding DJ.

    Bodyrock got caned by everyone from Bailey to Andy C to Fierce when released.

    The only one waffling here is you.

    HAVE A GREAT DAY !!!
     
  14. muledam

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    thanks 4 all ur replies people, will give em all a go. do love bodyrock still. heard there's a pendulum remix of it or something. dunno how true that is though. Anyway i jus posted a mix to. so check it out, its only short. u can grab it at http://dnbforum.com/showthread.php?t=33947 cheers
     
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    In all fairness I've mixed it with tunes on decks belonging to mates, so can't say which tunes really but I dont recall it as being that hard...
     
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    It not hard to get in sync, or to keep in sync. Jst sounds awful when mixed with most tunes. Even if it's in key etc etc, it's because of that dirty ole swingbeat.
     
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    I remember mashing it into a regular steppers beat by cutting the top end drums and letting the bassline run. the drums fuck up iotherwise, (unless you're Mampi Swift apparently)
     
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    Indi Tha Original ThreadKilla!

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    The only mix you can do with Bodyrock is in between the Dire Straits and Cher records at the back of the cupboard (y)
     
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    you have such posessions? :rik:
     
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    Indi Tha Original ThreadKilla!

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    You wouldn't believe some of the shite I've collected over the years. Believe or not, most of the shit records I've got are for samples and breaks, Money For Nothing has a wicked little break in the middle, so. I used to be a rheet trainspotter back in the day, and I can't bear to part with them, so the back of the cupboard for them it is :teeth:
     
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