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Ed Rush • Trace • Nico - Mad Different Methods / The Droid descargar gratis Artista: Ed Rush • Trace • Nico
Álbum: Mad Different Methods / The Droid
País: UK
Liberado: 1996
Estilo: Drum n Bass
Etiqueta: Nu Black
Genre: Electrónica
Catálogo #: NNU 2001
Tamaño del FLAC: 2091 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 1977 mb.
Clasificación: 4.7/5
Votos: 960
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition




Lista de canciones


1The Droid6:21
2Mad Different Methods7:18


Créditos


  • Lacquer Cut ByPorky


Códigos de barras


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): NNU 2001-A A PORKY PRIME CUT. "MAD DIFFERENT METHODS" AN ED RUSH, TRACE, NICO, ROLL OUT AT NO U TURN. DON'T LOOK BACK.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): NNU 2001-AA PRIMED ̷ "THE DROID" AN ED RUSH, TRACE, NICO, HURTERS MISSION. FROM NO U TURN. THATS RIGHT.


Empresas


  • Lacquer Cut At – Porky's Mastering


Vídeo



Álbum


Elenco tracce. Mad Different Methods. The Droid. Società, ecc. Matrix, Runout Side A: NNU 2001-A A PORKY PRIME CUT. Mad different methods an ED rush, trace, nico, roll out at no u turn. Don't look back. Matrix, Runout Side AA: NNU 2001-AA PRIMED THE DROID AN ED RUSH, TRACE, NICO, HURTERS MISSION. From no u turn. Thats right. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Droid by Ed Rush, DJ Trace and Nico Drum & Bass. Tighten Up by James Brown 1993. Amen, Brother by The Winstons 1969. DJ Trace And Ed Rush And Nico Mad Different Methods. Nico The Droid. download 6:30. Trace, Ed Rush and Nico Droid. download 4:06. Trace, Ed Rush & Nico MIX The Droid. download 5:22. Ed Rush, Dj Trace, Fierce, Nico & Optical Edtrafienical. download 3:47. Title: MAD DIFFERENT METHODS. Label: No U Turn. Release Year: 1997. Track Listing. HTFR Review. Be the first customer to review Ed Rush & Nico - Mad Different Methods. Your NameNickname: Your Rating: Not rated 1 - Very poor 2 - Poor 3 - OK 4 - Good 5 - Very good. The Droid - Ed Rush. Droid - Trace, Ed Rush, Nico. Mad Different Methods - DJ Trace And Ed Rush And Nico. Droid - Ed Rush & Nico feat. Love this track. From The Album. We dont have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Do you know the lyrics for this track Add lyrics on Musixmatch. Mad Different Methods, The Droid. Ed Rush. Format Name. DJ Trace. Primary Artist, Producer. The bass part from Mad Different Methods Distortion Mix. edrush trace nico nouturn drums bass studio london uk distortion beats pressure NNU2001 1996. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Darren Deejay Fox. Current track: Harmony & Xtreme - Watch This- Verb & Fox RemixHarmony & Xtreme - Watch This- Verb & Fox Remix

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sorry guys, it's all about taste when talking about music, and this is not even near any taste. absolute boring stuff that repeats itself every few seconds. nothing rough or dark here, music by numbers. side aa is quite ok, but that's it... 3/5
Hilarious. Huge tune. There's no accounting for taste I guess.
Believe this is a definite tech step track. I have been into jungle since before it even existed and bought this on first listen in a shop back in the day. Torque is regarded as one of the top ten drum and bass lps of all time. Ed rush trace and others pushed boundaries again after boring jump up of 95 and this is a stand out track. Yes music is subjective but you are slagging off one of the best tech step tunes ever made. This is up there with anything from 1996.
All about taste he says like he's an expert,music is completely subjective and it's all a matter of opinion,if you don't like it fine,pretty sure if I went through your collection there would be plenty I don't like.I just don't type negative bullshit to make me feel superior,if you dig deep enough there is pretty much something for everyone.Shitty comments like yours need calling out and responding to,even though I'm pretty much wasting my time,but your holyer than thou attitude to what's right and what's wrong is a lot of bollox,so there you go !
You obviously do not need to be on a No U Turn release posting.
rmc sorry guys, it's all about taste when talking about music, and this is not even near any taste. absolute boring stuff that repeats itself every few seconds. nothing rough or dark here, music by numbers. side aa is quite ok, but that's it... 3/5 come on, if dance music had a different 4/8 bar loop all the time it would have no rhythm. this track is about the dark atmosphere, raw drums and heavy bass. It is (drum and bass)!
This kind of music is about creating soundscapes. It isn't very dynamic, but where it lacks surprises it has as a lush soundscape that creates an aura of darkness. This track will bore many, and hypnotize some.
by 96-97, the drum and bass parties i attended (2tuff/PHI) weren't overusing smoke machines either. i don't even think they had them at all. that was more like mega-rave party shit. and before you go talking like 2tuff/PHI weren't what was up then, they were the main guys bringing the techstep sound to states first before everyone else had any idea.
Yeah, I'll concede I don't know anything about the Chicago scene then. All I know is JJ Jellybean and Phantom 45 would come by our way now and then and they were great.
Plus Ripe in Chicago and a few other people around the midwest, yes. And the Chicago parties were grimy - a perfect stage for darkness.
ha...i was never at a party that the no u-turn guys played at in the early techstep days (96-97) that had piss-stinking corners. most of the cats that went to these parties generally considered themselves above the dirty hippy-type of candy raver and as such, dressed nicer and didn't get completely obliterated on drugs. it was more or less a bunch of young adults that dressed in polo gear and khakis, drinking a beer and occasionally smoking some kindbud in the corner when the bouncers weren't paying attention. that was the general vibe at these parties.
breakbeatscientist has summed up this filthy rotten scandral of a release far better than I could begin to attempt, so I wont. But let it be said that these tracks perpetuate everything great and lost from the early warehouse seen of the underground dnb days. Picture filthy walls, scumbags, piss stinking corners, smoke machines/smokers rocking so hard u can hardly breath and your somewhere close to the atmos of the early techstep warehouse scene. Tunes like this dont get made anymore, so grab yourself history son. And dont forget to buy Torque, there's a good lad!
Possibly one of the darkest slabs of tech-step from the hey-day of dark drum & bass. Both tracks are seriously heavy tunes in their own right. Mad Different Methods comes in on a gangsta hip-hop tip by sampling skits from Wu-Tang Clan's 'Enter The Wu-Tang (The 36 Chambers)' and overlaying them over a 2-step break and growling bass sounds. The ominous humming noise which permeates through out the track creates a genuine sense of unease.'The Droid' on the flipside just sounds like the soundtrack to an unmade, apocalyptic sci-fi flick featuring killer 'droids'. It opens with electronic throbs, clashing metallic percussion and immense 'Anasthasia' stabs before unleashing a frenetic amen break and 'We are about to take you. Into the world' speech samples. If you like your tech-step raw and nasty than you can't get any better than grabbing this piece of classic No U-Turn