Unknown Artist ‎– Hip Hop Essentials: Scratch FX Volume 1

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Yosumi Records ‎– HHESFX1
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Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 Real Hip Hop (Intro)
A2 Count Down
A3 Bloops & Blips
A4 Da Big Gunz
A5 Introducing
A6 Test Tones
A7 Pump Up The Volume
A8 Miscapella 1
A9 Planes, Trains & Whips
B1 Filthy Mcnasty
B2 Table Essentials
B3 Five-O
B4 Hit Me
B5 Miscapella 2
B6 They Want FX
B7 It's About To Go Down
B8 Fresh Az A Whisper
B9 Smoove Impeachment
B10 Super Ugly
B11 You're Jinglin' That Dutch Shit

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JayFilbert

JayFilbert

July 7, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Mine is somewhat warped. Still playable, nothing hideous, but a bit harder to do scratch tricks with. Guess I'll have to adapt to it in some way shape or form. On that note, there's a comment saying it's s****y, and though it does get silent at certain parts, I really like whats on this record. Plus, the warp actually helps make it random when scratching and I've gotten some dope tricks because of that. Good record in my opinion, especially if you're looking for a great intro to your set. Just use it in your own right way is all you need to do because otherwise, yea it doesn't flow too well break sample after break sample.
UrbanSiko

UrbanSiko

May 17, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
I am keying this motherf*cker as soon as I get my DVS, that's for god damn sure !
UrbanSiko

UrbanSiko

May 17, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
More than a year later, I just wanted to warn anyone who is interested in this scratch record: STAY WELL CLEAR OF THIS WASTE OF WAX.
Go check stuff like HeeHawBrayks or releases from Qbert, but whatever you do I cannot stress enough how important it is NOT to buy this one!
REASONS:
-mastering on this record is PURE SHIT (some samples are so silent that they are useless, and other, being head to head with the previous, are loud as all hell)
-the selection of samples is just ridiculous: among some of the classics there are some pops and clicks that absolutely no advanced DJ would use EVER. Other than that, some of the samples are worse than sampling Lil Wayne or Drake.
-the samples are UNCLEAN. Lots of humming or hissing in the background.
(and this is just the tip of the shitberg)

Do yourself a favour and blacklist this garbage, peace !!
UrbanSiko

UrbanSiko

December 16, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
NOT a good scratch rec. VERY UNCLEAN samples, WOULD NOT RECOMEND !
Maybe good for droping or mixing (juggling), not everything is useless, but a VERY POOR SCRATCH TOOL overall !!!