Knightz Of Bass ‎– Knightz Of Bass · Ep

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M-Pire Records ‎– MPR 9802.3
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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K1 Knightz Of Bass In The Beginning...
K2 Knightz Of Bass Da M-Pire
Scratches [Cuts And Scratches] – Cooley Blast, MoE (3)Voice – Jelly Jam
K3 MC T-Rock Future Shock (Instrumental)
Producer – MC T-Rock
B1 Knightz Of Bass Feel The Groove
B2 Knightz Of Bass KB 4
Voice – Cooley Blast

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Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – Pv Grafici Mannheim
  • Co-producerJelly Jam (tracks: K1, K2, B1, B2)
  • Executive Producer – MoE
  • Mastered ByBoulevard Bou
  • Mastered By [Cut]K SST
  • ProducerCooley Blast (tracks: K1, K2, B1, B2)

Notes

Mastered at Piemont Studios 98 / Zulu Sound System Produtions
Vinyl mastering at Schallplatten Schneid Technik Brüggemann GmbH
© M-PIRE Records 1998
B2: Written on label: "KB. 4"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side K Etched): MPR 98003 A 2 K SST 33 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Etched): MPR 98003 B K SST 33 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side K&B Stamped [Looks like ENB in a circle]): SNA

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AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

July 1, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Out of europe mid 90s came the knightz, picking up the torch from thec electro pioneers of the 80s. Pure Electro to the bone, rockin beats to travel through space while taking breaks along the flight to challege other planets for poppin battles or turtable mixing skirmishes. Well produced and with boomin bass drums straight out of analouge 8 0 8 s drum machines as the gods intended.
skotedwards

skotedwards

April 20, 2008

Back in 1999 I got my hands on Bomb Hip Hop's 'Revenge Of The B-Boy' & 'Da M-Pire' was my 1st taste of 'Knightz Of Bass'. Shortly after I was lucky enough to stumble across this 12" @ a local record store & have never looked back. These boys are dope, crazy shit right up my alley. They produce a classic electro sound with all the synths & bells you need reminiscent of greats like 'Cybotron' & 'Newcleus' but this shit has skratching, I'm not talkin' about early 80's DS T. or GM Flash skratching but ISP style shit, Bannanaz, what more could one ask for? So if your into old school electro poppin' or turntablism of any degree this is for you, Don't Sleep.