Baitercell & Schumacher ‎– The Wall Of Bass Technique

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Kog Transmissions ‎– 45998
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1 The Wall Of Bass Technique
Rap [Featuring] – MarekoVocals [Featuring] – Niki AhuWritten-By – M. Sagapolutele*
4:07
2 Gimme
Featuring – Flow On ShowVocals [Featuring] – Niki AhuWritten By – C. Watene, N. Jackson
3:29
3 What's Down Low
Vocals [Featuring] – Bex*
6:53
4 The Bass Is Injected
Featuring – Tuff EnchantWritten By – S. Ticharwa
6:07
5 Lock And Load
Vocals [Featuring] – Bex*Written-By – R. Riley*
6:22
6 F.A.S.T.
Rap [Featuring] – Fast CrewWritten-By – B. Devcich*, D. Rumble*, J. Kent-Johnstone*
7:10
7 Lay It Down
Featuring – C.T. (2)
6:53
8 Leap Of Faith
Featuring – Jordan ReyneWritten-By – J. Reyne*
6:19
9 In The Domain
Vocals [Featuring] – Niki AhuWritten-By – N. Ahu*
4:09
10 What You Gonna Do?
Featuring – J.B. (6), Sabretron, T. RiversRap [Featuring] – TynaWritten By – J. BrooksWritten-By – F. Strickson-Pua*, T. Reeder*, Tyna Keelan*
4:46
11 She Said
Featuring – Flow On ShowVocals [Featuring] – Bex*Written By – C. Watene, N. Jackson
4:14
12 Never
Vocals [Featuring] – 4 CornersWritten By – H. Morgan, N. Conner
4:04
13 Silence 0:30
14 Lock And Load (Rock Remix)
Drums – Jasper De RoosRemix – Dave Holmes*Vocals [Featuring] – Bex*Written-By – R. Riley*
3:31

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(P) & (C) 2005 Kog. Manufactured and distributed by Sony Music New Zealand Ltd.

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micah.swindells

micah.swindells

May 4, 2019
edited 22 days ago

I would give The Wall Of Bass Technique by Baitercell & Schumacher 6 stars out of 5 if that was possible.

This album is a mystery.
Finding any more work by this group is near impossible, as it seams this was there only major work.

As an album it's excellent, it's great to listen through from start to finish.
Some of the later songs do come across as a little novice, but it just adds to the charm of the album as a whole.

I remember hearing 'What's Down Low' on the radio and the music TV channels in 2005 and loving it, but it was gone faster than it arrived and I was just left with a VHS recording of it for a year or so until I found the album.

I feel this album is hugely underrated, It is in my top 5 albums of any genre and I highly recommend you give it a try.