Skream ‎– Skreamizm Vol: V

Tempa ‎– TEMPA 040
3 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Filth
B If You Know
C Simple City
D One For The Heads Who Remember
E Fick
F Rimz

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TEMPA 040 Skream Skreamizm Vol. 5(3x12", Promo, W/Lbl) Tempa TEMPA 040 UK 2008 Sell This Version
TEMPA 040 Skream Skreamizm Vol: V(6xFile, WAV) Tempa TEMPA 040 UK 2008
TEMPA 040 Skream Skreamizm Vol: V(6xFile, MP3, 320) Tempa TEMPA 040 UK 2008


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August 26, 2017
If you know, love them old skool bleeps. Im thinking Unique 3


June 3, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
Filth.... Pure and slow evil....Mentally swallow this... ;)...Skream pure and 'simple'? This ain't CHAV music!


March 5, 2017

1. Filth-Title says it all.
2. If You Know-Nice synths and bass and vocals
3. Simple City-A hard bassy Dubstep slammer, one of Skreams heavier ones def a fav.
4. One For The Heads Who Remember-Going back to the 2step garage sound with a nostalgic feel to it, in my opinion the best track on the EP.
5. Fick-Don't really like this track don't like the main synth sound all way through the track but the bass and the drums are good.
6. Rimz-Nice bassline & a nice feel to it.


October 10, 2014
edited over 5 years ago

1. Rimz is a great track, with a nice subtle bass line, great beat and nice atmospheric vibes.

2. Fick is a very heavy track- sounds like a typical Skream production- a fairly decent song- with a lot of heavy wobble bass.

3. One For The Heads Who Remember is a garage track with a great hollow bass line and vocals, enough said.

4. Simple City practically says in it's name- a simple heavy track with a deep sub in the background. A typical Skream production here.

5. If You Know focuses more on percussion and synths. It's an ok track- nothing special here.

6. Filth is an ok track- very heavy and a creepy atmosphere to it. A filthy track overall.

Overall, an average release from Skream here.