Teebee ‎– The Legacy

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Tracklist

Tsunami
Liquid Light (Teebee & Form Remix)
Padawan
Quiet Moment (Instrumental)
Corpse
Sick!
Vengeance
Liquid Light

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUBTITLES LP 002 Teebee The Legacy(4x12", Album) Subtitles SUBTITLES LP 002 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SUBTITLES LP 002 Teebee The Legacy(4x12", Album, W/Lbl) Subtitles SUBTITLES LP 002 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SUBTITLESCD003 Teebee The Legacy(CD, Album + CD, Mixed) Subtitles SUBTITLESCD003 UK 2005 Sell This Version
SUBTITLESCD003, PA 015 TeeBee The Legacy(CD, Album + CD, Mixed) Subtitles, Port Azur SUBTITLESCD003, PA 015 Norway 2005 Sell This Version
SUBTITLESCD003 Teebee The Legacy(CDr, Album, Promo) Subtitles SUBTITLESCD003 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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drazel

drazel

January 17, 2008
referencing The Legacy, 4x12", Album, SUBTITLES LP 002

What is a legacy ?
It's when an artist think that his own work need to be know by the future generations, that his own world need to be listen, read or analized by the future generations.
What is a legacy for the artist ?
It's the way for himself to remember what was his work and his world back then, and also a way to evolve and make evolve people and arists around him.
Teebee's one is the way for us (neuro fans !) to remember what was the source and the origin of our movement, and (in that way) remembering that simples but sticking basse lines with dark shapes and down atmospheres are the fondations of our movement.

So, i think we should never forget this Legacy, because Teebee is one of the most influencal and productive artist in neuro drum (or the other styles around) today.
Just listen to Corpse, Tsunami, the instrumental of Quiet moment, or the classical Liquid light, and you will see that this lp is indeed a legacy...
Theeboon

Theeboon

October 31, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
referencing The Legacy, CD, Album + CD, Mixed, SUBTITLESCD003, PA 015

People say labouring over music is for fools. I think anything goes, especially considering this album. Teebee has been quoted as saying he spent seven months (!) on the bassline for 'Tsunami'. Now this tune doesn't sound tired at all and the bass truly is overwhelming, as the track title suggests. I'm sure he put in enough work for the rest of the album too. Comprised of both old ('Forever Lost', Liquid Light') and new music, this is a must for fans of his particular brand of unrelenting bass, rich production and deep vibes. The track 'Liquid Light' is a corker too. It should've been released five years ago by ol' Grooverider, who is famous for 'shutting down' some of the best drum and bass tunes we never heard. Thankfully Teebee managed to reclaim it, as it's probably his most accessible and heavy club stormer ever.

Recently appointed by Photek to remix his all-time classic 'Ni-Ten-Ichi-Ryu', it is clear this man (still) has a lot going for him to keep on releasing awesome music in the future.