Dieselboy ‎– System_Upgrade

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Moonshine Music ‎– MM 80125-2
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CD, Mixed
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1 Dieselboy Loading Program 1:31
2 Ram Trilogy Mindscan (Ed Rush & Optical Remix)
Remix – Ed Rush & Optical
6:16
3 E-Sassin Symptom 3:13
4 Hive Ultrasonic Sound (Dillinja Remix)
Remix – Dillinja
5:13
5 Biostacis Brain Hack 3:12
6 Dom & Roland Can't Punish Me 4:36
7 Decoder Road Rage 4:07
8 Future Cut Overload 2:20
9 Kemal + Rob Data Konspiracy 4:58
10 Kraken Side Effects (Stakka & Skynet Remix)
Remix – Stakka & Skynet
4:42
11 Dieselboy The Descent (Decoder Remix)
Remix – Decoder
3:24
12 Jonny L Selecta 3:24
13 Decoder Dumb 2:51
14 Facs + B Key Antics 3:36
15 Technical Itch Deadline 4:15
16 Bad Company Sentient 4:21
17 Absolute Zero The Code (Usual Suspects VIP)
Remix [VIP] – Usual Suspects
3:53

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  • Barcode: 785688012520

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MM 80125-2 Dieselboy System_Upgrade(CD, Mixed, Unofficial) Moonshine Music (3) MM 80125-2 Russia 2000 Sell This Version

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DJCory023

DJCory023

November 29, 2007

IMO, one of the best drum & bass mix CDs of all time. To me, this CD has stood the test of time -- still sounds pretty recent to this day. Hard to listen to this without getting amped. As commented above, it's not the most hardcore collection of tracks ever seen, but they are not of the soft variety either; to say so might be an understatement. Mixed quite flawlessly too!

In the world of mix-CDs, it's often easy to lose a grip on the "overall picture" -- or the journey -- that the DJ was trying to evince. System Upgrade starts off with a cold, mechanical into, followed by a very suiting, rigid "Mindscan" by Ram Trilogy. The energy is manifested throughout, and IMO proves to be pretty dynamic. I feel that this is album-like in that regard. Well put together. 5 from me.
Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

November 21, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

A decent mix CD by Damian Higgans. This was right around the time I started getting interested in DnB again and this CD helped. I ended up buying 8 of the records used in this mix for my collection. This mix isn't exactly hardcore but its a nice snapshot of the DnB scene when it was moving away from the techstep sound and back into the breakbeats. Nice one from the one like the Deiselbutt!