FBD Project ‎– F-B-D

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Bang-In-Tunes ‎– BT 001
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Vinyl, 12", White Label, Stamped
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jackohudson

jackohudson

April 23, 2018
why don't you wawaawhy don't you love me nowwww ---
oldskoolbosher

oldskoolbosher

October 23, 2017
Yeah wow someone has a lot of hate in thier heart. I actually like this track and you have to remember this was 92 and people we're still learning and experimenting with production techniques and mostly sampling and using hardware to produce these tracks in thier bedrooms. I like the way some tracks are raw and not over mastered and digitalised like most today.
tangee

tangee

July 14, 2015
And there was me thinking music was supposed to be enjoyed!!
neiltrix

neiltrix

January 27, 2015
Wow..... seems i have a hater..... can i review some of your early 90's tracks please..so i can see what i am up against !!

Neil trix
nayf

nayf

August 17, 2011
Yet another of many a painfully negative review so cringeworthy my cheekbones have retreated to my eyesockets in disgust.
Do you like any of the records you've owned?
kardhore

kardhore

December 1, 2007

The first of many excruciatingly boring records by this outfit. The only good track I know by them is 'the core', and thats great. But this and 'Terminate' are both,to my ears, woefully overated. They seemed to be aiming for a sort of bukem sound (that other great drum and bass bore), only couldn't make their minds up whether they wanted to be down with the hardcore or not. Hence the beats on this tune are'nt sophisticated enough to be entertaining in a drum and bass fashion,or hard enough to be exciting hardcore. When I had this tune first I waited in vein for it to change,to kick off,to do something! some cheeky sample or whatever,but no,the same boring sample goes on and on and on. Terminate is the same. Don't be fooled by that deep organ,it's very old fashioned for a hardcore tune,it would be more at home on an acid jazz record. They seemed to have found their muse though with 'the core',an altogether stronger darker sound, marking a move into drum and bass,clearly what they were destined for.