Your fave. non-dnb albums

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  1. DJNitrousUK

    DJNitrousUK Active Member

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    What's yours?

    Mine are probably:
    • Timbaland - Shock Value
    • The Sound Of bassline 3cd
    • Fabriclive.19 - The Freestylers (Massive CD!)
    • Fabriclive.37 - Caspa & Rusko
    • Fabriclive.22 - Scratch Perverts
    And some others... can't think though...
     
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    charliemcp i start fires

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    The Streets - Original Pirate Material

    opening tune 'turn the page' is a banger
     
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    love that album.

    probably dr dre - 2001
     
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    Yeah Dr.Dre is pretty damn good
     
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    was in the pub earlier and NWA - straight outta compton came on...took me back lol
     
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    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    Burial - Untrue..

    best album in any genre for years!
     
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    LFO - Frequencies
    Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works
    Orb - UFOrb
    KLF - Chill Out
    Primal Scream - Screamadelica
    Kraftwerk - most LP's
    The DOC - No-one Can Do It Better
    Ruthless Rap Assassins - The Killer Album
    Public Enemy - Nation of Millions
    Westworld - Where The Action Is
    Faith No More - Angeldust
    Cypress Hill - Black Sunday

    I'll get back to you with some newer stuff....!
     
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    I've heard the Archangel tune off that album, that's it lol
     
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    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Freestylers 19 - Massive massive massive. Boomblast is the sickest tune I've ever dropped, bar none.

    We Rock Hard is also excellent.

    Oh and Black Sunday from the Hill is excellent.

    The Chronic is another excellent album.

    A Grand Doesn't Come For Free.

    Underworld Live is utter madness.

    Fun Lovin Criminals' FLC is wonderful funky hip cool rock.

    Led Zeppelin IV for the epic rock heads.

    Metallica's black album for the sellout metal vibe. Beautiful on good equipment.

    Red Hot Chili Peppers' Blood Sugar Sex Magic, if you haven't listened to it then you're a virgin no matter who and what you have fucked.

    Joe Jackson's Look Sharp, wordsmith with cutting beats.

    The Police and Reggatta de Blanc, again, if you haven't listened to this, you're a virgin. And a virgin who has never been in love.

    The Prodigy's Music For A Jilted Generation, what can I say, no raver deserves the name if he hasn't caned this album to hell and back. If you don't have a copy, fuck off no matter if you can recite the Formation catalogue from memory.

    Rebel MC's Black Meaning Good, a bit of a cheat since this is a seminal jungle album.

    Cream's Fresh Cream, Clapton is God, at least of the guitar.

    Johnny Cash At San Quentin, big up the Grooverider though he doesn't have to drink the San Quentin water.

    Blues Brothers Soundtrack, did you know that the Blues Brother were created by Akroyd and Belushi? The actors created the band. And its still going strong.

    And a shit load more that I won't mention for now
     
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    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Yeah, the Deekline & Wizard remix of Boomblast is mental! Play that all the time...

    The bass, lyrics and everything just make you think 'whoa, this is sick'.
     
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    Evil Empire So Cal Selecta

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    was this his first cd or the second 1? i had them both but lost em, i really enjoyed his first lp...u got a copy of it still...
     
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    First cd mate
     
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    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    It has the sickest build I've ever dropped. It gets everybody on the floor even if they have never heard the tune before. Pillheads, snorters, breakers and the drunks all love it. It doesn't even need a dnb mix, its perfect as it, you can drop it in between any tune and the floor will forgive you fucking around... Caveat, you have to be playing it on a bass heavy setup.
     
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    Do you play it often then mate?
    And yeah if you don't play it on a bassy setup, it won't have no-where near the same effect.
    What do you mean it doesn't need a dnb mix, you don't need to mix it with anything to get the same effect?
     
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    :word: back. i love 'experience' too, but could be classed as d&b i spose...
     
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    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    I used to play it in a club full of the most random people you can imagine.

    It doesn't need beatmatching in my experience, just blend the humming into whatever and then the explosive bass and beat do all your work for you. Then just blend some banger into the outro. Peeps will be hyped enough not to notice the pitch up.
     
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    Ok cheers for the info as I'm gonna buy it!

    Don't know why I don't already have it, as it's one of my fave. tunes of the last few years, It's a must have really.
     
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    SIRUS 変なひと

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    Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works II
    Aphex Twin - I Care Because You Do
    Autechre - Tri Repetae
    A Tribe Called Quest - Low End Theory
    Black Dog - Temple of Transparent Balls
    Brothomstates - Claro
    Cinematic Orchestra - Everyday
    Company Flow - Funcrusher Plus
    DJ Krush - Kakusei
    DJ Shadow - Preemptive Strike
    De La Soul - 3 feet high and rising
    EL-P - Fantastic Damage
    EPMD - Follow the leader
    Flying Lotus - 1983
    Future Sound of London - Accelerator
    Jimi Hendrix - Kiss the Sky
    King Geedorah - Take me to Your Learder
    Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
    Led Zeppelin - Houses of The Holy
    Leftfield - Leftism
    LFO - Frequencies
    MF Doom - Madvillainy
    Mr Fingers - Amnesia
    Mr Oizo - Analog Worms Attack
    Pink Floyd - Darkside of the Moon
    Prefuse 73 - Preparations
    Public Enemy - Takes a Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back
    Quasimoto - The Unseen
    Radiohead - Kid A
    Roots Manuva - Brand New Second Hand
    Takagi Masakatsu - Pia
    Ultra Magnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown
    Underworld - A Hundred Years Off
    Venetian Snares - Fuck Canada//Fuck America
    Victor Vaughn - Vaudeville Villain
    Wu Tang Clan - Enter The Wu


    and many many more
     
  20. Evil Empire

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    Thanx as always u seem 2 have the answers, thats the one i like...im gonna have 2 try n find it to download.(y)