DJ Baron* Feat. Pendulum (3) ‎– Guns At Dawn

Breakbeat Kaos ‎– BBK008
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single

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A DJ Baron* Feat. Pendulum (3) Guns At Dawn
Featuring – Pendulum (3)Written-By, Producer – R.Swire*
AA DJ Baron* Ratpack 4:23

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  • Barcode: 5 060072 300182

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BBK008 Baron Guns At Dawn / Ratpack(12", Single, Promo, W/Lbl) Breakbeat Kaos BBK008 UK 2005 Sell This Version
BBK008P Baron Guns At Dawn / Ratpack(12", Pic) Breakbeat Kaos BBK008P UK 2005 Sell This Version


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July 28, 2008

I dont know what this guy is goin on about. Gunz at dawn is a massive dancefloor stomper. Sweet mix with a nice fat drop. This tune changes up alot. Gunz at dawn was caned by all the top dj's. Even getting in the t-list for dj craze's miami heat album. He drops it right into the squelch remix, and when i heard that i had to buy this tune. All i can say is what a tune it is if your main reason to play is to get people to dance. Everytime i hear it i wanna brock out.

Rat pack however is for if you want to sit in a room and stroke your beard. Boring tune. If i heard it in a dance i would leave because it is boring.


August 4, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

Guns at Dawn sucks. The bass and drums are boring and repetitive. The same thing we've heard a million times, and the song never goes anywhere. It just sort of happens. There is nothing special about this track at all.

Ratpack however is a brilliant tune. This is heavy drum&bass with a bit of a funky tune. The horns are fantastic and fit great next to the heavy rinsing bass. In the breakdown in the middle the song samples the intro from Frank Sinatra's Luck Be a Lady. I hadn't realized it till I'd owned the tune for over a year and heard the string part on the radio. Classic.


December 16, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Despite being the A side, Guns at dawn is a truely mediochre track, the real gem on this disk is the other side, The Ratpack. Baron at his finest, doing what he does best; rinsing out the wub-wub basslines.